The Regis Company, a leadership consulting firm since 2003, has won two 2016 CLO Awards, recognizing leaders in the learning and development industry.
October 26, 2016 (Press Release) – The Regis Company is the proud recipient of two 2016 Learning in Practice Awards presented by Chief Learning Officer Magazine, a publication of Human Capital Media. Celebrating those who have crafted new and innovative education initiatives, the Learning in Practice Awards recognize learning executives, organizations, and vendors in the learning and development industry.
The awards were first established in 2003 to recognize learning leaders that have demonstrated excellence in the design and delivery of employee development programs. More than a decade later, industry professionals continue to lead outstanding enterprise education initiatives.
The Regis Company, along with their partner EY, was awarded a gold award for Excellence in Executive Education for their development of EY’s Advisory Executive Onboarding (AEO). The Excellence in Executive Education Award recognizes executive education providers that have delivered a targeted executive education program for a client that has delivered measurable results.
For Excellence in Blended Learning, The Regis Company, along with their partner Lockheed Martin, received a bronze award for their development of Lockheed Martin’s Mid-Level Manager program. The Excellence in Blended Learning Award recognizes vendors that have deployed a variety of tools in support of a client’s learning program that delivers engaging learning combining multiple modalities.
“We are pleased to have partnered with our clients for the 2016 CLO awards. This industry recognition continues to validate the world-class caliber of these immersive global leadership solutions,” said Kevin Himmel, managing director and COO of The Regis Company.
About The Regis Company
The Regis Company is a leadership consulting firm dedicated to creating great thinkers and leaders through the use of immersive simulations. Regis goes beyond traditional approaches to professional learning.
The Regis Company works with companies around the globe to fundamentally change the way people think, act, and interact through tailored and custom simulations focusing on leadership and management solutions. Instead of just being told what the right way is and being expected to memorize it, leaders experience it—through the results of their own decisions. This approach, and the creative, critical, and systems thinking it fosters, is unique to Regis.
To learn more about how The Regis Company creates great thinkers and leaders, please visit www.regiscompany.com.