In Company Learning Solutions – Calibre Group

We’ve seen first-hand the impact that high-quality training can have on a business. You can read about the work we’ve done for just a few of our clients below.


Calibre Group

Leisha Holliday on behalf of Calibre Group shares her experiences on working with IMNZ and the impact training has had on her organisation.

Calibre, a leading engineering consultancy approached IMNZ to develop a bespoke leadership learning programme as a direct result of an engagement survey they conducted 18 months prior.

The survey revealed that there was a lack of tools for Calibre leaders, and their leaders felt exposed in this area. This was having a flow-on effect in the organisation and impacting the overall culture.

IMNZ was the partner of choice for Calibre because they had a good reputation in the market and were able to tailor a learning programme that directly matched Calibre’s needs.

Calibre decided to put 40 leaders through the programme and is already seeing visible results.

Leisha says “the obvious benefit when you train someone is they become better at their job and more productive”. Leadership training, however, has a cascading effect on the business due to the level of influence which directly impacts culture and engagement.’

Leisha would recommend IMNZ to any business “that want a customised solution,” and “flexibility on what is being delivered at the highest standard.”

For Leisha, IMNZ has made it easy, seamless and there is no hesitation in continuing to work with the Institute in the future.


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