Cadence wins the Inspiring Leadership Team Award

In December 2018, Cadence Innova won the Inspiring Leadership Team award at the 2018 Inspiring Leadership Trust’s annual dinner and awards.

The Inspiring Leadership Awards recognises business leaders for the positive, sustainable impact they have on their employees, organisations and communities as a whole. The Inspiring Leadership Trust, an organisation that mobilises inspiring leaders to empower women and girls to achieve their full potential, has identified 8 components of Inspiring Leadership. 

The winners of the awards have demonstrated they are part of an elite group where they consistently deliver across all components. 

Cadence’s Leadership Team was recognised for building a successful start-up, achieving fast paced growth with a profitable £12m turnover and unique culture to the management consulting world. 

Cadence’s directors said: “The Inspiring Leadership Trust does amazing work in the UK and abroad, working with women and girls from severely disadvantaged backgrounds and circumstances, transforming lives through intensive support, development and coaching.  It is a cause that’s highly congruent with our values and purpose, so to be recognised by them is an honour” 

Jane Barret, co-founder and partner at Cadence Innova, receives the Inspiring Leadership Team Award

Read about the awards here.

More information about the Inspiring Leadership Trust’s Vision can be found here.

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