SGN’s ‘future leaders’ complete management course
Employees from SGN have completed their Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) course after delivering their final presentations to colleagues and mentors.
11th January 2018 by Networks
Based in depots across the south east of England, the candidates completed their ILM course last month following 18 months of training and assignments. Their final presentations explored potential solutions to a wide range of real world issues facing the company, with some reporting that proposals were being implemented across SGN.
Speaking about the importance of investing in the candidates, Tracey McIntyre, head of operations for Southern Replacement, said: “SGN have a passion for developing leaders of the future so for us to invest our time in ensuring we can develop these people is absolutely fundamental to our core values.”
The southern-based candidates (pictured left to right) are: Stefan Dalton, Ethan Clinkscales, Albert Ogundipe, Neil Baxter, Naveen Panwar, Chris Hadfield, Matthew Payne, Russ Amarasinghe.
Steve Catling, general manager for Southern Replacement, added: “These all have the potential, given the right training, education, coaching and feedback, to become one of our future managers.”
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