CareConcepts has been named as a leader in people management practice globally, having been shortlisted in the – Silver Employer of the year 50-249 in The Investors in People Awards 2018.
The Awards celebrate the best people management practices amongst Investors in People accredited businesses.
This year, Winners will be celebrated at a spectacular awards ceremony and dinner at the Roundhouse, London on 28 November 2018.
The Finalists represent the best performers in people management worldwide.
The 13 Awards categories recognise the organisations that have achieved the highest standards. There are a range of Awards categories, focusing on the main elements of what it means to be an Investor in People, from Excellence in Leadership and Management to Excellence in Social Responsibility, Leader of the Year and Best Newcomer.
A new Excellence in Health and Wellbeing category has also been
introduced in 2018 for organisations who hold the coveted Investors in People Health and Wellbeing Award.
The Investors in People Awards provide the opportunity to benchmark against high performing organisations on a global scale.


Investors in People – 6th Generation

We are delighted to announce that we have successfully achieved the Investors in People Silver Award.

Simply put, the sixth generation of IIP is nine indicators of high performance that puts people management at the heart of any organisation. It reflects the very latest workplace trends, essential skills and effective structures required to outperform in any industry – all under three clear headings for high performance.

Leading. Supporting. Improving.


Creating purpose in a fast changing environment whilst motivating through change have become essential skills for many roles. Outperforming organisations foster leadership skills at every level of the organisation to deliver outstanding results.

  1. Leading and inspiring people

    Leaders make the organisation’s objectives clear. They inspire and motivate people to deliver against these objectives and are trusted by people in the organisation.

  2. Living the organisation’s values

    People and leaders act in line with the organisation’s values at all times. They have the courage and support to challenge inconsistent behaviours.

  3. Empowering and involving people

    There is a culture of trust and ownership in the organisation where people feel empowered to make decisions and act on them.

    By meeting the Investors in People Standard, you can be confident you’re amongst the very best in the world, when it comes to people management.”

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Investors in People

We today started our process for renewing/improving our IIP rating.
The process will take around 6 months to complete with further meetings, on line surveys for staff. Observations, evidence collecting, staff interviews etc. It will be exciting to work in this new process and to see where we fall in the new structure that IIP have created.

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