The National Academy for Educational Leadership Wales has made the final shortlist for The Health and Well–being Award (up to 500 people) in the Investors in People Awards 2022.
In a record-breaking year for entries, with over 300 organisations involved, this is an outstanding achievement and one that everyone at the National Academy for Educational Leadership Wales is proud of.
The Investors in People Awards celebrate the very best organisations and individuals from around the world across various organisations, people, well–being and leadership categories. Each year hundreds of organisations from the UK and abroad battle it out to take home one of the sought-after trophies to show their award-winning commitment to #MakeWorkBetter.
Tegwen Ellis, Chief Executive of the National Academy for Educational Leadership Wales, said: “I’m absolutely thrilled that the National Academy for Educational Leadership has been nominated for the Investors in Well–being award. Our organisation invests conscientiously in ensuring that all our employees feel well-cared for and supported.
“Gaining the Gold award was absolutely amazing and to be shortlisted now for further recognition just demonstrates further how we place the importance of a well -cared for workforce at the heart of everything we do.”
Dr Sue Davies, Chair of the Board of the National Academy for Educational Leadership, said: “I am delighted that the National Academy for Educational Leadership has been shortlisted in The Award for Health and Well-being at The Investors in People Award 2022. This is a significant achievement and reflects the organisation’s continuing commitment to prioritising the well-being of those in the education system in Wales.
“The team ensures that well-being is an integral feature of its work and is prioritised in its work to fully support leaders in the system. Recognising that it is both a challenging and an exciting time for education in Wales, the well-being of its leaders is a crucial element to success.
“As Chair of the Board, I am extremely proud of the staff team and colleagues on the work they undertake ceaselessly in terms of their contribution, passion and commitment to ensuring the well-being of leaders, and has led to this well-deserved, magnificent achievement. I know that the Board would wish to congratulate and thank the entire team for their outstanding ongoing commitment.”
Paul Devoy, CEO of Investors in People, commented: “In what has been the biggest and most competitive year so far, it always makes me feel immensely proud to see so many fantastic organisations and individuals staking their claim to be the best. And every year, the entries do get more and more competitive and the judging even tighter. Reaching the final shortlist is a testament to the amazing commitment these organisations are making to make work better for their people, and they truly deserve this recognition.”
The Winners will be announced at a gala ceremony on the 15 November at Old Billingsgate in London.
For the full shortlist and more information about Investors in People please visit www.investorsinpeople.com/awards-2022/