The Directors and Senior Managers of Lotte Chemical UK celebrated the achievements of the latest graduates from the Lotte FLM Development programme designed and delivered by LDR Squared Ltd.
Presenting certificates to Paul Bickley, Jayne Impett, Jordan Mudd and Carl Melling (pictured left to right) Manufacturing Director Malcolm Horne said “We are delighted with the programme delivered by LDR Squared and the first group who completed the programme are now all FLM’s and performing very well”
Speaking at the event HR OD Director Stephen Trillo told the four graduates “Throughout the programme the senior management team have been receiving updates on the delivery. Yet again we have been impressed by the standard of work you have produced and we will be implementing some of the ideas. The work you have done is a practical demonstration of our management principles and core values so let me congratulate you on your achievements. Thanks Brian, another excellent programme by LDR Squared and congratulations to Paul, Jordan, Jayne and Carl on completing the course. We will be launching the 2015 programme very soon.”
The programme has been designed to meet the specific needs of Lotte Chemical UK and meet the needs of the Institute of Leadership and Management accreditation. LDR Squared delivered workshops to develop management skills and set projects that enable learners to apply what they have learnt to bring about real improvements in the workplace.
Brian Smith OBE, Managing Director of LDR Squared congratulated the graduates and their managers “Many congratulations to the latest graduates. It has been a pleasure to see how Paul, Jayne, Jordan and Carl have developed in skills and confidence over the programme. The bar keeps on being raised for the next programme”.
“It is always good to recognise people’s achievements, especially when skills are involved. In May this year Lotte Chemical UK were recognised as a company in the Science Industry Skills Awards and Stephen Trillo was recognised for his “Outstanding Leadership In Skills”. He is the chair of both the Science Industry Partnership (SIP) Quality group and SIP North East Skills Council and is a SIP board member and part of the Trailblazer group who are setting the new apprentice standards for your industry.”