TechnoparkToday(Sept 2023): UST, a global leader in digital transformation solutions, has made a resounding mark in the field of Human Capital Management (HCM) by securing a total of 10 prestigious awards at the 2023 Brandon Hall HCM Excellence Awards. These accolades, comprising five gold and five silver awards, highlight UST’s commitment to fostering leadership development, innovative learning, and a vibrant corporate culture.
The coveted gold awards were bestowed upon UST in categories such as “Best Advance in Leadership Development for Women,” “Best Use of Blended Learning,” “Best Use of Games or Simulations for Learning,” “Best Advance in Corporate Culture Transformation,” and “Best Advance in Creating a Talent Management Strategy.” In addition, the company clinched silver awards in categories including “Best Advance in Leadership Development,” “Best Unique or Innovative Leadership Program,” “Best Advance in Competencies and Skill Development,” “Best Advance in Performance Management,” and “Best Advance in Succession and Career Management.”
These accolades hold significant weight as the Brandon Hall HCM Excellence Awards recognize organizations that have successfully devised and implemented programs, strategies, and tools leading to measurable results. An esteemed panel of independent industry experts, Brandon Hall Group analysts, and executives evaluated all submissions and acknowledged UST for establishing a robust HCM leadership development program that offers exceptional career growth opportunities to its workforce.
UST’s recognition across a broad spectrum of HCM practice areas, including Leadership Development, Learning & Development, Talent Management, and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI), underscores the company’s unwavering commitment to employee-centric strategies.
Kavita Kurup, Global Head for Human Resources at UST, emphasized, “This latest recognition from the Brandon Hall Group demonstrates that a sustained commitment to excellence is a core UST value. We are continuing to invest in innovative career training and talent development programs as part of our emphasis on a robust human capital management strategy that builds a dynamic workplace culture while also positioning the company for long term success.”
Madana Kumar, Vice President and Global Head – Leadership Development at UST, added, “Creating an open and engaging workplace culture through employee enablement initiatives has been a critical component of our leadership development agenda. At UST, we embrace a unique Servant Leadership philosophy that empowers employees and offers holistic development and career advancement opportunities.”
Rachel Cooke, Chief Operating Officer and HCM Excellence Awards Program Leader at Brandon Hall Group, concluded, “Excellence Award winners are organizations that truly value their employees and invest in them through their human capital management programs. These HCM programs have been validated as best in class for business value and the impact on the employees themselves.”
UST’s commitment to setting new standards in human capital management aligns with its mission to achieve boundless impact for clients globally while prioritizing employee growth and development as a cornerstone of its success
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