Addverb, a global pioneer in robotics and warehouse automation, has bagged the gold award at the Brandon Hall Global HCM Excellence Awards for their exceptional Leadership & Development strategies. The company earned this prestigious accolade for their innovative “First-Time Manager” initiative, recognised in the “Best Development Program for Frontline Leaders” category. Through this meticulously designed program, Addverb aims to skilfully mould their managers into adept multitaskers, exhibiting remarkable precision. The program has played a pivotal role in enhancing managerial productivity, elevating overall business performance, and fostering personal growth.
Brandon Hall Group is the only professional development company that offers data, research, insights, and certification to Learning and Talent executives and organisations. Entering in its 30th year, the Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards is the most prestigious awards program in the industry.
Commenting on the success, Mr. Suumit Joshii, Chief Learning Officer at Addverb, mentioned, “We are delighted to add one more feather to our cap with this prestigious win. We have always taken a people-first approach at Addverb and have invested immensely in the upskilling and training of our employees. This award certainly reaffirms our dedication towards ensuring employee’s career success. The “First-Time Manager Training” program is one of many such initiatives that we have introduced in the company, in the recent past. I personally believe that working towards developing skill sets of the managers/employees is one of the most important things that a company should focus on. This activity not only helped us in achieving our desired growth of the company but also encouraged the employees at an individual level. The right kind of learning and growth is a key factor for sustaining employees.”
Addverb is an innovative workplace where culture is powered by values, and employees collaborate towards a shared vision. Addverb believes in nurturing talent and offers a ‘no questions asked’ leave policy and complete autonomy over working hours to each employee. The company extensively hires female candidates in manufacturing from diploma and engineering campuses, and also strives to create a workplace where freedom with responsibility is propagated, and self-governance is encouraged for all.