Haskins ‘leading’ through Institute of Leadership and Management training

by | Feb 12, 2019 | Business, Community, News | 0 comments


Haskins celebrates after six Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) students complete training.

Haskins ILM students have achieved success by completing their management and leadership training. They studied through Bournemouth and Poole College.
Marion Atherton, course leader commented: ?It’s been a pleasure to work with the garden centre’s motivated staff.
“The students looked at their leadership abilities and planning work. They’ve managed change and have also been involved in valuable workplace projects. This will enhance the business.
?This training was culminated with some excellent presentations to the senior management team.
“Their growth in knowledge, commercial acumen and confidence is a tangible outcome from this course.?
Emma Farley, HR manager at the garden centre company commented: ?Progressing our staff is vital to the success of Haskins.
“Seeing them grow and develop their skills and confidence whilst benefiting the business, is huge. I would like to congratulate every one of them on completing the course.?
The company has centres in Ferndown in Dorset, West End in Southampton and Roundstone and Snowhill in West Sussex.

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