DMN, the vehicle movement people, has held the first of its inhouse workplace wellbeing programmes designed to inspire, engage and empower its workforce.
The programme, operated by The Inspire Group, saw DMN people engaged in a two-day programme of team building and activity courtesy of Inspire team coaches Steve Clarke, Alex Howard and Ryan Westley.
The Inspire Group exists to inspire sport, engage people and empower communities.
Business driven by people, supported by technology
‘We engaged with The Inspire Group to continue to develop our primary business assets – our people,’ explained DMN managing director, Nick Chadaway. ‘We are a business driven by people, supported by technology and ensuring we optimise both these areas within our business is crucial to our success.
‘We are working with The Inspire Group to help ensure our people are inspired, engaged and empowered as we continue to evolve in order to grow and meet our changing client requirements.’
‘We have received some great feedback from both the team at The Inspire Group and our team here in Birmingham and are excited to put into practice the learning and feedback which we have gained from the process.
Engage, inspire and empower
Steve Clarke, director at The Inspire Group, said, ‘We had a brilliant two days with the team at DMN, delivering the first of our workplace wellbeing assessments and look forward to continuing to work with them as part of our business engage, inspire and empower programme.’
Birmingham based DMN provides vehicle suppliers and fleet operators, throughout the UK, with all their vehicle inspection and movement needs.