In March the Dublin Airport Authority  won the overall award at the 2014 IITD National Training Awards (Irish Institute of Training & Development) presented by Minister of State for Training and Skills, Ciarán Cannon TD. The judges chose this organisation “for strong, site-wide learning opportunities and maintaining a
consistently high standard in training and people development.”

 

Irish Institute of Training and Development invite you to the Breakfast Sessions where Case Studies from the awards will be presented.

The Seminar takes place at Cork International Airport Hotel, Directions here

Date:Wednesday, 18 Jun 2014

Times 8:30- 10:30

The event is free for all registered IITD members. You can register here.

However, if you are not a member, we would still invite you to attend.

I have a discount code to save you the €35.00 fee. Simply register to attend and use the code ” EMAIL100 ”

HRD Case Studies

Michelle Treanor, DAA, Operations & Compliance Training Manager at DAA will present on the DAA ‘Succession Plan and Airport Operations Programme‘ which aimed to develop current and future capability within operations to the best international standard, including a robust communications staff engagement campaign, and candidate selection process.

Catherine McCague, HR Specialist at Teagasc
Teagasc, through its People Leadership and Change Strategy, recognised the need to facilitate the development of existing and future leaders. Irish Management Institute (IMI) partnered with Teagasc to develop a programme that focuses on:

  • Driving and empowering leadership culture at all levels of the organisation
  • Equipping leaders with an excellent understanding of the meaning of their leadership role
  • Providing an identifiable set of leadership competencies
  • Enabling high autonomy and demonstrated self leadership
  • Fostering the belief that they can achieve high impact outcomes for the organisation

Through a series of projects focusing on organisational challenges, the organisation is now improving the effectiveness of the Adviser/Farmer relationship and thereby improving technology transfer and adoption. The programme also achieved improved  engagement between advisors and clients and an improvement in communication and collaboration across the geographically dispersed Teagasc teams.

They developed a  customised, accredited, ‘Leadership Development Programme’ focuses on driving an empowering leadership culture at all levels of the organisation; equipping leaders with an excellent understanding of the meaning of their leadership role; develops an identifiable set of leadership competencies; cultivates high autonomy and demonstrates self-leadership and the belief that they can achieve high impact outcomes for the organisation.

This Breakfast Seminar represents an opportunity for us as learning and Development professionals to learn from each and to recognise the contribution learning and development can make to organisations.

The Seminar takes place at Cork International Airport Hotel, Directions here

Date: Wednesday, 18 Jun 2014

Times 8:30- 10:30

 

I hope to see you there!