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It’s been an award-winning month for The Oxford Group with our clients winning not one but three awards for their excellent work on developing leaders in their business. First up, we heard we’d achieved two awards in the fifth annual Stevie® Awards for Great Employers. The awards are decided by the average scores of more than 90 professionals worldwide on five specialized juries. Learn more about the Triple Gold award wins for The Oxford Group clients.

For our work on with Barilla on their Authentic Leadership programme, we won a Silver award for Best Results of a learning programme. Our second award, a Gold, was achieved for our work with Tereos in developing their senior management population, winning gold in the Best leadership development programme category.

In the same week, we discovered we’d won another award in the Brandon Hall Group HCM Excellence Awards for the Tereos Senior Management Development programme – scooping a Gold in the Best Advance in Senior Management Development category.

“Organisations around the world highly value Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards – so much so that we received a record number of applications in the middle of a global pandemic,” said Rachel Cooke, Brandon Hall Group COO, and leader of the HCM Excellence Awards Program. “The awards provide valuable recognition and validation of best practices in all areas of HCM at a time when they have never been more important to both employers and employees.”

You can see a full list of winners here:

Award entries were evaluated by a panel of veteran, independent senior industry experts, Brandon Hall Group analysts and executives based upon the following criteria:

  • fit the need
  • design of the program
  • functionality
  • innovation
  • and overall measurable benefits.

” I am very proud of the Tereos and Barilla teams whose hard whose hard work has been recognised. It is pleasing to recieve these awards in recognition of the partnerships we have built with Barilla and Tereos to deliver measurable impact and excellence in leadership and management development through our programmes” said Olivier Herold – CEO of The Oxford Group.