Investment in people


I read an article the other day that suggested that poor management was driving nearly half the UK workforce to seek a new job, citing the three main reasons as being getting better satisfaction elsewhere, getting better remuneration elsewhere, and that nearly a third felt their skills weren’t valued by their current employer. That got me thinking about how management in financial services interacts with the workforce, and in particular how much time they spend…

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I am a highly-versatile and forward thinking management professional with a history of successful delivery across more than thirty years’ in the Financial Services Industry. Core skills include assessing, training, coaching, process design and implementation, specialising in people, processes, and procedures within a Training & Competence or Learning & Development framework. Periodic writer for T-C

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