Supported by an Invest Northern Ireland Skills Growth Programme, four of the Company’s Managers obtained a Level 5 ILM Diploma and seven employees received a Level 3 ILM Award, in recognition of their hard work.
The ILM qualifications, which were delivered by GES Group training partner, Ingenuity, represent an investment by the Company into developing and upskilling the competency levels of employees across multiple functions and levels within the business.
Moraig Fitzpatrick, a Senior Consultant with Ingenuity, said:
“Ingenuity are delighted to work with the teams at GES Group as they continue their professional development. The ILM Level 3 and Level 5 qualifications recently achieved by team members illustrates the company’s focus on training, development, and professional growth. The Company is regularly recognised as one of the best managed companies in Ireland, and its training programmes are award-winning. It is great to play a small part in that.”
Speaking about the employees’ achievement, GES Group Managing Director, David Moore, added:
“Leadership and Management training is a key driver of our competitiveness and success, and it is important that this message travels wide across the whole company for continued development. I have witnessed substantial progress across the company, which reinforces the investment we have made. Both individuals and their departments are performing better, and challenges and opportunities presented by the ever-changing market and economy are embraced. There is no question that the good leadership and management practices we have embraced have had a truly significant impact on our organisation’s performance – both now, and for the future. Thanks to all of our team for their hard work, and congratulations on their well-earned success.”
Director, Skills and Competitiveness, Invest Northern Ireland, Niall Casey stated:
“Investing in leadership and management is proven to have a significant impact on company performance and Invest Northern Ireland is delighted to support a locally owned SME to invest in leadership across different functions and levels within the company.”