UC’s Systemwide Talent Management honored for excellence in employee learning and development
UC’s Systemwide Talent Management has received a prestigious Learning In Practice award from Chief Learning Officer magazine.
At an awards ceremony held on Oct. 3 at the Fall CLO Symposium+PLUS event in Huntington Beach, the team received the Talent Management Bronze award, which recognizes transformational work in organizational learning and development.
“Winning this award from a nationally recognized premier training and development organization shows our efforts have been paying off and we are doing great things with learning and development at UC,” said Dwaine B. Duckett, vice president of Systemwide Human Resources. “This is also an affirmation that we are taking the right approach through our strategic plan and integrated talent management – giving people tools and development experience to help them thrive. We couldn’t be more pleased!”
“Since 2003, the Learning In Practice awards have been a benchmark for exemplary enterprise learning and development,” said Mike Prokopeak, vice president and editor-in-chief at Human Capital Media, which publishes the magazine. “This year’s group of winners is no exception. From CLOs at large, multinational companies to learning leaders at small and midsized businesses as well as progressive vendor companies, they are all examples of the powerful personal and organizational impact that learning creates.”
The Learning In Practice awards are given annually to learning leaders and providers who demonstrate excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs. Awards were presented to practitioners and providers in 16 categories. The full list of winners is available on the Chief Learning Officer website. Winners will also be featured in the December issue of the magazine.