Senior Manager - People Consulting (FS Banking) Learning/RC
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The Financial Services People Consulting (FS PC) practice in the UK is growing, as we work to help companies deal with an increasingly complex world; and the FS PC team is at the forefront of this growth working with many Retail and Investment Banks, Insurance firms (Life and General) and Investment Management organisations. Our five key proposition areas are:
- HR Transformation
- Learning Solutions
- Organisational Transformation
- Risk and Conduct Change
- Workforce Transformation
We are seeking an FS PC Senior Manager with strong consulting experience in Financial Services. The individual must have extensive knowledge and skills in Learning and Development and Regulatory Culture Change. They must also have proven experience working on and / or leading Transformational Learning and Change work streams or projects within Banking and wider Financial Services. This is a high profile role within the team, requiring a balance of business development / sales origination, thought leadership / practice development, leading / coaching others and client delivery.
The People Consulting Senior Manager will:
- Lead the delivery of high quality client risk / conduct culture engagements and complex learning and change programmes. Specifically, they will be responsible for leading the end-to-end learning strategy and agenda for FS PC Clients including: identifying business learning needs, design, development and delivery of digital and ILT products, development and maintenance of learning roadmaps, measurement of learning impact and implementation of learning certification.
- Work closely with the leadership in People Consulting to: drive business growth; deliver outstanding client work; and be the face of People Consulting within FS Learning and Regulatory Culture Change
- Actively spot opportunities to grow our client relationships and develop our business
- Represent FS as part of the cross-functional People Consulting community internally, contributing to the growth of our practice, methodologies and thought materials
- Drive the focus on FS Learning and Change and the broader cultural change agenda in Financial Services consulting, building an extensive internal network, coaching our people and guiding how we go to market
- Lead responses to requests for proposal from major FS clients, managing the writing of the bid responses, proposal documents and accountability for engagement risk, contract / commercial negotiations.
- Take a role in the growth of the team and wider practice, sharing knowledge and supporting the performance management and development of team members
The successful candidate will:
- Be credible and confident building new relationships at senior levels, ideally already possessing a wide network of advocates, preferably in Financial Services
- Have established themselves in the market place as credible in learning and development, culture and change management practices
- Be skilled at leading others in a fast paced project environment, coaching teams to higher performance, taking ownership of outcomes and constantly mitigating risk and driving improvements
- Have extensive knowledge and experience in learning and in the implementation of regulatory change initiatives (e.g. Financial Crime, SMCR, MIFID, Conduct Risk, Culture audit or other regulatory areas), understanding best practice approaches to related project delivery and emergent thinking
- Have a robust understanding of the FS sector and its prevalent issues including regulatory change and other hot topics such as Financial Crime, Brexit, SMCR, MIFID and Conduct Risk
- Coach and develop team members to ensure excellent client delivery and support them in shaping their careers and achieving their personal goals
- Possess an acute commercial awareness and ability to identify business opportunities
- Demonstrate the ability to think disruptively, delivering viewpoints in the market to create new thinking and drive new business opportunities for Learning / Organisation Design and Development
- Have excellent personal, written and oral presentation skills with the ability to influence senior stakeholders (at all organisational levels)
The successful candidate will have deliver to the highest standards, acting as a trusted advisor to our clients. They will demonstrate disruptive thinking, innovating and challenging where appropriate. They will lead from the front and develop our consulting practice and people, growing our capacity and capability to deliver. Importantly, they will do this by working in a connected way with our wider consulting practice, trusting and supporting their colleagues and possessing the drive to continuously learn and develop in a fast paced working environment.
Sector Knowledge and Qualifications:
- Experience of Investment Banking and Retail Banking is preferred
- Qualifications such as: CIPD, Occupational Psychology, MBA, Prince2 and Coaching would be beneficial but not essential
- Excellent PowerPoint and Excel skills are essential
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