Elevating Leadership Development in Financial Services
The financial services industry is undergoing an enormous amount of change and it’s more important now than ever for organisations to have an effective pipeline of leaders at the helm of the organisation. Investing in the high performers of today and turning them into the leaders of tomorrow can not only support individual career goals, but also prepare the organisation for success. D2L has both the tools and the experience to help you elevate the learning experience in your organisation!
Given the future of skills, there is a need for financial services organisations to significantly invest in the leaders of tomorrow.
Improving Employee Engagement
“The only thing worse than training your employees and having them leave, is not training them and having them stay.” – Henry Ford, Founder Ford Motor Company
Financial services organisations need to consider the impact learning can have on employee engagement. D2L’s modern learning platform can help you deliver your leadership development program in a way that’s relevant for the learner of today.
Create a performance culture with personalised learning paths that identify potential leaders sooner
Increase social and peer interaction among leaders across the organisation
Promote feedback, sharing and collaboration among learners and mentors
“An organisation’s ability to learn and translate that learning into action rapidly is the ultimate competitive advantage.” – Jack Welch, former General Electric CEO
Effective leadership development can ensure financial services leaders are aligned with the strategic direction of the organisation. D2L’s modern learning platform and robust services team can support you to build, deliver and track learner performance.
Document and retail knowledge to upskill leaders of tomorrow
Provide a central location where content can easily be created and curated to address your future leaders’ unique learning needs
Ensure learning program for leaders is directly aligned with organisational goals