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We provide the full range of training and development for our people, no matter what stage of their career they’re at. It’s an ideal way to add to your skills, take on a role in a different part of the business, or move up.
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Development

For our Senior Leaders, for example, there are training programmes focused on leading and implementing change, while people who want to develop into leaders can take the four month Aspiring Leaders Programme to help them reach their full capacity in becoming a leader of the future.

There’s a Potential Leaders Programme too, which fast-tracks leadership development alongside our high potential people, and an Emerging Leaders Programme which aims to create transformational leaders out of people with proven ability and high potential. The Leadership Excellence Programme, meanwhile, will help our existing leaders be the best they can be, and people who want to develop their skills in coaching others from Core to Excellent levels can take the Coaching Excellence Programme.

We also have information, tools and support in our Spotlight on Your… Development resource, which is designed to help everyone manage their own development and career with the assistance of their team leader.

You can search for learning by our new shared knowledge and skills framework in our learning library. Put simply, ‘knowledge’ is what you know about and understand, and ‘skills’ are the ability to apply your knowledge and experience to perform different parts of your role. There are courses and information there ranging from Engaging, Motivating and Inspiring People, to Making Informed Decisions, Plan Effectively, Powerful Presentations, Managing Teams and much more. It’s all there to help you learn and develop.

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