Insights recognised for Outstanding Contribution to Scottish HR 2017

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Dundee-based people development company Insights was recognised in the Hr NETWORK National Awards 2017 with the Outstanding Contribution to Scottish HR Award at the Hilton in Glasgow last night! Chief Executive Andy Lothian collected the award, which was presented in recognition of Insights flagship product Insights Discovery.

Andy (pictured below) said: “I’m incredibly honoured and privileged to receive this award on behalf of Insights.”

He added: “Right now, what the world needs, and what we as the HR community can provide, is to help the world rediscover humanity in a world of disruption. In a world where technology is taking over, and tribalism and politics of nationalism and social challenges and so on overwhelm us, if we can maintain our humanity in that world, then we will change it.”

Insights was recognised by the judging panel for its service to the HR industry.

Founded over 20 years ago in Dundee, Scotland, Insights uses a simple and accessible model of personality type based on the work of Swiss psychologist Carl Jung. Insights helps people develop effective strategies to interact with others and respond to the demands of their professional environment.

The work is founded in the notion that personal breakthroughs lead to business breakthroughs, enabling increased innovation, creativity and productivity.

Hr NETWORK’s Lee Turner said: “Insights Discovery is a learning tool designed for HR and management professionals across the world and is today regarded as a must have index for all HR and people professionals. This learning system, which has served this industry so well since it was launched, is used by major global brands across the world and the judging panel felt this needed to be recognised.”

The 11th annual Hr NETWORK Scotland National Awards, which were held at the Hilton Hotel in Glasgow, recognise, acknowledge and reward HR excellence across Scotland. The event was hosted by Scottish broadcaster Stephen Jardine.

Winners of the other categories for 2017 are:

Learning & Development Award of the Year sponsored by Search Consultancy is: Fugro

Organisational Development Award of the Year sponsored by Tesco Bank is: Webhelp

HR Graduate of the Year sponsored by Brodies LLP – is: Samantha Elsworthy, Edinburgh Napier University

Strategic People Project Award of the Year sponsored by Standard Life Aberdeen is: Diageo

HR Specialist of the Year sponsored by HR Consultancy is: Jayne Miller, ScottishPower


Corporate Responsibility Award of the Year sponsored by SSE is: City Building

HR Business Partner of the Year sponsored by Right Management is: Caroline Gibson, Aberdeen Standard Investments

Talent Management Programme of the Year sponsored by Thomas International is: Scottish Water

HR Assistant/Officer of the Year sponsored by Standard Life Aberdeen is: Kirsty Collins, North Ayrshire Council

Attraction & Resourcing Award of the Year is: McCurrach

HR Manager/Advisor of the Year sponsored by Michael Page HR is: Gillian Longmire, Scottish & Southern Energy

Employee Engagement Award of the Year sponsored by ScottishPower is: TSB

HR Team of the Year sponsored by Santa Fe Relocation is: APEX Hotels

Best Employer/Workplace of the Year sponsored by Tesco Bank is: City Building

Chief Executive of the Year spsonored by Advance Boardroom Excellence is: Alban Denton, Loch Duart Ltd

HR Director of the Year is: Kirsty Lynagh, Nucleus Financial

Outstanding Contribution to Scottish HR for 2017 presented to: Andi and Andy Lothian, Insights Discovery

 

 

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