Developing the leaders of the future at Shred-it

Shred-it 2014 EMEA Hipo Program

We are delighted to announce the commencement of the Shred-it 2014 EMEA High Potential Program.

Vmax Consulting are partnering with Shred-it, the world’s leading secure information destruction company, to deliver an intensive 2 year program to develop the leaders of the future.  The program combines interactive learning modules with intensive projects aligned to the business strategy and designed to deliver substantial return on investment.

Throughout the program, peer and faculty support is provided through the use of an secure online portal, allowing the participants to communicate and collaborate regardless of location, availability and time-zone.

Module 1 focussed on Leadership & Learning, with emphasis on understanding their own behaviours and the challenges these would bring in a leadership context. The importance of their individual and team contribution in delivering business value was a constant theme, and provoked much questioning and reflection.

The High Potentials were joined in the first module by members of the Shred-it leadership team, including the EVP for EMEA, Robert Guice.  Robert ran a session on the key components of leadership within Shred-it that provided an opportunity for the participants to contextualise their learning and position themselves effectively as future leaders.

Robert Guice is a key sponsor of the program, and stated “Shred-it believe that investing in our people – creating a motivated and passionate leadership culture – has a positive influence throughout the business, which is ultimately reflected in the high quality of service to our customers”.

Daniela Seitz, Shred-it Director of Human Resources, EMEA welcomed the focus the Vmax Consulting team are bringing to the program, describing the program design and delivery as “highly challenging of the participant’s leadership preconceptions, and a driver of significant business value”.

We look forward to working with the participants over the next 2 years.

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