I’m proud to be part of a great team on a unique innovative learning programme for one of my clients, Santander Bank, one of the largest banks in the UK. We have reached the finals for the ‘Innovation in Learning Award 2019’, amongst hundreds of global entries submitted to the prestigious ‘The Learning and Performance Institute’ (LPI), which is today’s leading authority on workplace learning. We are the only bank to be in the finals of this category, demonstrating our understanding in the value of innovation in learning.
The Learning and Performance Institute have stated,
“The Annual Learning Awards are a celebration of learning achievement.”
“The finalists for the 2019 Learning Awards, represent the highest achieving individuals and organisations in the field of Learning and Development.”
“Every shortlisted finalist has demonstrated exceptional performance and contribution to the Learning Profession.”
“Celebrating quality, excellence and best practice.”
The Learning Awards are hosted by ‘The Learning and Performance Institute’, the UK’s leading institute for workplace learning professionals. The gala finals will be held in February 2019 at the Dorchester Hotel in Park Lane, London.
It’s great to be part of the wonderful Leadership Development Team, involved in this innovative learning programme, who have made it such a fantastic success.
I’m so proud of my Leaders who are participating in this programme as they have demonstrated a real commitment to learning, have progressed so well through this experience and are making a real difference. It’s been a pleasure coaching, facilitating and teaching them to be Leaders of the future. They have developed so many amazing new, unique and essential skills for the digital economy. These skills are essential to everyone to guarantee success in the changing digital world. We must all learn new skills. The Future is Now.
What are you doing to secure your value in the new digital economy?
View the full list of The Learning Awards 2019 Finalists here.
See the official announcement from The Learning and Performance Institute here: