NEWS: Harmonics Sponsors Early Career Awards

Harmonics, the Cork-based people change company, has become a sponsor of the inaugural Irish Early Career Awards. Harmonics is sponsoring the Early Career – Best in Learning and Development Category.

The Irish Early Career Awards 2016 celebrate excellence and recognises the achievements of young professionals in Ireland, and ultimately, rewards innovation, best practice and outstanding achievement across a broad range of professional sectors.

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, Harmonics specialises in enabling young professionals to reach their full potential through building and creating personal brands and developing key skills for seeking out new opportunities. Partnering with a number of Ireland’s leading organisations, Harmonics has supported and worked with over 20,000 professionals in the past 10 years.

The Award for ‘Early Career – Best in Learning and Development’  aims to recognise exceptional efforts by an organisation for outstanding training and development practices they provide to nurture the professional development of young employees.

Speaking about the sponsorship agreement, Harmonics MD John Fitzgerald, said, “We have a wealth of experience in supporting both professionals in building their careers, and organisations in reaching their growth potential, so this sponsorship agreement is very fitting for Harmonics, particularly on the occasion of our 10th anniversary.”

Harmonics Career Coaching Services include a developed suite of interventions for aspiring future Leaders including ‘Career Accelerator Coaching’ and ‘Lead, Manage, Coach for Future Leaders’ Programmes.

Harmonics also offers organisations assistance in career progression and development for their employees updating their career framework and visualising new futures for employees through the Harmonics 24-7 anywhere, anytime access Gateway Career Portal. The portal offers employees access to their own confidential Career Development resource to build and grow their career.

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