Financial Skills Partnership: Leadership 21C
Financial Skills Partnership will develop standards and guidance for the industry including: competence standards; best practice; culture and behaviours; a toolkit for best practice application; women onto boards, and; benefiting from age diversity.
Through this investment, employers will embrace continual learning from the top which will focus on skills and behaviours. Top down awareness will cascade through the organisation providing renewed focus on the business imperatives of skills investments and peer pressure will influence the wider industry to raise ambitions in skills.
Return on Investment
- Board standards, guidelines and frameworks developed for the sector
- Up to 50% of industry using new standards and guidance, resulting in increased skills and competence at top level
- New Broken Through the Glass Ceiling programme developed
- 45 women complete new Broken Through the Glass Ceiling programme
- Senior women with increased skills, resulting in opportunities for wider diversity at board level, which has been shown to result in higher performance and returns
UK Commission investment £829,571
Employer/Other investment: £328,000
Employer/Other in-kind investment: £333,050
For more information about this project contact:
Website: Financial Skills Partnership
Contact: Contact FSP