Pro-Noctis have won big at this year’s Lotus Awards for our work with Canada Life.
Pro-Noctis were selected to partner with Canada Life to create a bespoke trailblazer leadership development programme to prepare a specific department for a wider group transformation project. Key elements included in the application were effective communication, leadership mindset, resilience, and stress management, and it is this partnership which has been recognised by The Lotus Awards.
The Lotus Awards are a revolutionary way to recognise companies with great cultures, and they celebrate companies that are demonstrably investing in their workplace and environment.
The Awards were conceived in late 2016, with the inaugural ceremony taking place in 2017.
The event will be held on Thursday 27th June 2019 at the infamous The Scotch of St James nightclub in Masons Yard, SW1Y, which served as a prominent nightspot and live music venue for London’s rock elite in the 1960s.
The Awards will honour recipients in three major categories (Culture, Innovation, and Sustainability) as well as the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award.
James Murphy, Founder of Engage International and The Lotus Awards, said:
“We celebrate The Lotus Awards winners differently. Rather than one awards ceremony, there will be multiple celebrations around the world.
“Winning teams should be proud of their hard work and bask in the recognition of their peers and colleagues; for the company, winning demonstrates their commitment to staff.”
This isn’t the first time that Pro-Noctis have received accolades at this event: Pro-Noctis won a Lotus award for our Barclays Culture work project where we were the sole external contractor involved in developing and harnessing the expected behaviours required to create a thriving culture.
Speaking of their work on the Canada Life project and our latest Lotus Awards win, Project Lead and Pro-Noctis Director, Phil Kelly said:
“The ability to have rational, adult-to-adult conversations during an undeniably tense and emotional time is so important to ensure that performance levels and productivity do not drop and subsequently put the overall transformation programme at risk.
“Probably more important than that, the effect constant change and sudden stress can have on us at the human level is one of the main factors that break down our individual and collective resilience in the workplace.
“Building positive relationships, creating a positive culture, and engaging staff with clear communication are vital to the success of any business especially during times of challenges, and we’re delighted that our work hasn’t gone unnoticed.”