New Delhi: India’s largest integrated power generation company, NTPC Limited has been conferred the prestigious ‘Role Model’ award at the most coveted and prestigious 11th CII National HR Excellence Award 2020-21.
CII National Committee Chairman on Leadership and HR, Sanjay Behl presented the award, along with Indrani Kar, Head of CII’s Suresh Neotia Centre of Excellence for Leadership to DK Patel, Director (HR) in the virtual conference ‘Learn from the Achievers’ held on Thursday amidst senior leaders from the industry and HR assessors.
This award is the highest level of recognition in the field of human resources by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII). Since the institutionalisation of the CII National HR Excellence Award, this is only the second time when the award of a role model has been conferred to any organisation. Further, this award has been to any organisation given after a period of 10 years. Importantly, NTPC is the only PSU to have received this prestigious award.
This signifies NTPC’s unflinching commitment towards achieving excellence in development and management of human resources through continuous process improvement, engagement and learning and development opportunities. The successful implementation of HR practices is undoubtedly due to the untiring efforts and adherence to laid down norms by all employees of NTPC and the commitment of the senior management that focuses on holistic development and well-being of employees and stakeholders.
The CII-National HR Excellence Award is one of the most prestigious awards in the HR fraternity that identifies and recognises companies for excellence in HR practices after a rigorous fact-based assessment process conducted by a team of certified external assessors.
The HR Excellence Assessment Model is based on the CII-Exim Bank Excellence Award encompassing all aspects of Human Resource Management. The model can be effectively used as a framework to position HR initiatives, measure current status, and identify gaps to provide solutions in the areas of Leadership, HR Strategy, Learning & Development, People Well Being, HR processes and practices, Perception and Performance metrics.
Through this model, CII aims to help improve HR performance practices and capabilities by providing objective feedback for improvement while also facilitating communication and sharing of best practices and information within and among organisations.
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