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Saturday, February 9, 2013

Learning specialist recognised for “innovation” and “influence”

Learning specialist Hemsley Fraser has been ranked as one of the world's top 20 providers of leadership training for the fourth consecutive year.

The list, compiled by learning portal TrainingIndsury.com, reviews companies that provide leadership training services and conducts its annual assessment of the main suppliers, to determine those best suited to deliver world-class leadership development interventions.

Hemsley Fraser is one of only two companies with a head office in the UK to make the Top 20. The others are all located in the United States. TrainingIndustry.com says that because of the diversity of services included in leadership training programmes, it makes no attempt to rank the 'Top 20' companies. 

Ken Taylor, chief operating officer of TrainingIndustry.com, said: "With an exceptional pool of companies to choose from this year, the '2013 Top 20' represents those offering the most innovative leadership training solutions. Hemsley Fraser demonstrated excellence in industry recognition, innovation, breadth of programmes, influence within the industry and range of audiences served."

Doug Harward, chief executive officer of TrainingIndustry.com, said: "The companies selected this year are committed to providing thought leadership and innovative contributions to the leadership training industry. The 'Top 20' list should help buyers of leadership training make informed decisions when searching for the right training partner."

Todd Turner, chief executive officer of Hemsley Fraser, said: "We're delighted to be recognised for the fourth year running as one of the world's leading providers of leadership training. This recognition acknowledges our reputation in the industry, the strength of our client base, our recent contract awards and our geographic reach."

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