Eight companies have won the opportunity to present their case studies at Sharing in Growth’s annual All STAR best practice sharing event in London this June.
Selected from a record clutch of high performing entries, the case studies highlight the substantive progress made by Sharing in Growth beneficiaries. At the event’s annual awards dinner, three of the winners will be chosen to receive coveted trophies named after Sharing in Growth’s values of Inspire, Integrity and Ikigai.
The winners will also be announced of the first Sharing in Growth Team Leader Award and the People Award for the person in the organisation best demonstrating the values.
Finalists for the Team Leader Award are Esther Mcphee of South West Metal Finishing, William Palmer of Castle Precision Engineering and Danny Buckett of Sigmatex. They were selected from nominations made by companies of individuals who had implemented their learning from the Sharing in Growth Lighthouse Team Leader Academy.
Launched last year, the Academy is designed to develop highly talented leadership for this generation and the next by helping attendees understand what is expected of the team leader role and how to perform it successfully. The first two cohorts started in November, with the third and fourth beginning in February. Applications will be taken shortly for further cohorts which will kick-off in September.
Contenders for the people award are business transformation coaches Ashley French, John Davies, Rebecca Turner and Steve Spencer, business development coach Colin Share, business transformation manager Darren Cheetham, and cost and estimating coach Glenn Wallis, who were selected from over 50 nominations.
The All STAR event, which attracts a 200-strong audience of beneficiaries, OEMs and first tier customers, government, and industry stakeholders, will also feature thought-provoking industry presentations and plenty of networking opportunities.