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Retaining Recognition Lunch and Learn 17 th November 2009 Group Training & Development. Purpose of today’s lunch and learn. Aim To raise awareness of IiP across Resourcing & Development Objectives To understand the strategic importance of IiP to the Co-operative Group

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purpose of today s lunch and learn
Purpose of today’s lunch and learn

Aim

  • To raise awareness of IiP across Resourcing & Development

Objectives

  • To understand the strategic importance of IiP to the Co-operative Group
  • To improve knowledge of the new IiP framework
  • To commence the IiP Communities of Interest

A high profile HR project for the Group

2 questions for you to consider
2 questions for you to consider
  • What level of assessment should the

Co-operative Group achieve?

(Standard, Bronze, Silver or Gold)

2. Should we use internal reviewers or external assessors?

iip s strategic fit with our people strategies
IiP’s strategic fit with our People Strategies

Why bother with IiP?

  • To be a better employer – an employer of choice
  • Improve our business performance – measuring the results of our investment in people
  • Reflects the leadership of our organisation
  • Brings together all the HR improvements we are making
  • Ensure continued people engagement
  • Ensures our investment in people development is focused on improving the business
  • Identify solutions that enable us to motivate our people to perform
iip s strategic fit with our people strategies1
IiP’s strategic fit with our People Strategies

Why bother with IiP?

  • Proven to supports Co-operative business improvements – Co-operative case studies on IiP website
  • Direct links to Talkback survey
    • 30 minute interviews with employees
    • Providing qualitative information about what it’s really like to work here
  • Supports other HR awards we have achieved
iip s fit with the trading group s strategic priorities
IiP’s fit with the Trading Group’s Strategic Priorities
  • Successful integration of Somerfield and Lothian Co-operative
  • Successful consumer brand launch
  • Deliver accelerated refit programme, ensuring brand standards met
  • Continue to drive down costs to counter recessionary pressures
  • Actively manage our finances to reduce borrowings and optimise working capital
  • Review business portfolio, where appropriate divest of underperforming assets
  • Further develop new Headquarters and associated property proposals
  • Ensure continued people engagement and development
  • Maintain and grow the ‘co-operative difference’ and effectively communicate it
process of reaccreditation
Process of reaccreditation

For each business and support function

  • Preparation for assessment
    • Self assessment against the standards
    • Briefing and communication to managers and employees
    • Collection (or creation!) of relevant data e.g. business plan, training budgets and plans, Talkback results
    • List of employees, locations. p/t, new starters etc.
    • Book rooms, schedule selected staff, co-ordinate assessment
  • Interviews with Directors and Senior Managers
    • business strategy, people strategies, targets, people performance measures, training to support business performance etc.
  • Interviews with line managers and employees – 1,500+ people
    • What’s it really like to work here?
  • Feedback and written report to business leaders
  • Action plans for development areas

Re accreditation if we achieve the standard

the value of internal reviewers
The value of Internal Reviewers

Greater internal commitment to effective development and performance management

Clearer understanding of internal culture and climate

Improved cross-boundary co-operation

Accelerated sharing of best practice

Developing key transferable skills:

auditing, investigation and communication

Customised Investors in People assessment

Re-apportioned assessment costs

Greater understanding and ownership of the Investors in People philosophy

the co operative group
The Co-operative Group

The Co-operative Group’s vision:

To be the world’s most successful consumer

co-operative business.

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