Ken Fisher’s Firm, Fisher Investments, Ranks Among Association for Talent Development’s 2019 Best Award Winners

Firm’s training and development programs recognized for excellence

Fisher Investments, founded by legendary investor Ken Fisher, has been honored with a 2019 BEST Award from the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and ranks 35th among organizations worldwide. ATD is the world’s largest talent development association, spanning more than 120 countries and all industry sectors.

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The ATD BEST Award recognizes organizations that leverage talent development as a strategic business objective to achieve enterprise-wide success. To win the BEST Award, Fisher Investments’ learning and development practices were evaluated and recognized for demonstrating excellence in the following areas:

  • Talent development has an enterprise-wide role
  • Learning has value in the organization’s culture
  • Learning links individual and organizational performance
  • Senior leadership is invested in talent development and performance initiatives

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“The BEST Award is an exciting honor that names us among the top companies in the world for employee training and development,” said Fisher Investments Executive Chairman and Founder, Ken Fisher. “It recognizes our firm’s strong culture of learning; we’re dedicated to providing employees with the right training to help them succeed and grow rewarding Fisher careers.”

“To be named as one of ATD’s BEST Award-winning organizations and rank 35th among other top companies is a prestigious recognition,” said Fisher Investments CEO Damian Ornani. “Ken Fisher has always said our employees are our most important asset, and we make it a priority to provide impactful training programs and resources to support their career development and lifelong learning.”

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