Representatives from 2020 Delivery were delighted to be at the Guardian Public Service Awards last night, celebrating the achievements of many inspirational leaders and teams across the UK’s public services.
As a company that places capability building at the heart of all we do, we were thrilled to sponsor the Workforce Development and Learning award which celebrates new and innovative ways to develop the extraordinary people at the heart of the UK public services.
Congratulations to award winners Coventry City Council for their inspiring new social work academy which is turning around Coventry’s children’s services. Many congratulations also to Nottingham City Council, overall Guardian Public Service award winners for their ground-breaking work in making Nottingham the UK’s first carbon-neutral city by 2028, and to Public Servant of the Year Charles Cracknell from Hull City Council for his life-changing work with young entrepreneurs in the city.
Details of the Guardian Public Service Award winners and nominees are in today’s edition of The Guardian.
Chris Bradley, Director at 2020 Delivery:
“We are delighted to sponsor the Workforce Development and Learning prize. It is humbling to be able to support such inspiring leaders and teams across public services and celebrate their remarkable achievements. Many congratulations to Coventry City Council for their brilliant work in turning around the development and retention of their newly qualified social workers.”