Most directors acknowledge CPD’s importance (the regulator certainly does). Yet professional development often gets neglected at the senior level.
It’s understandable. People are busy. You have twenty different issues demanding your attention, so training gets pushed down the list.
But not making time for CPD is a mistake. It’s not just a director’s knowledge that falls behind; the board (and thus the whole firm) can see a drop in standards.
The benefits of continuing professional development
Improve the skills and knowledge of your board members
Keep up to date with industry and regulatory developments
Lead by example to instil a culture of continuous improvement in your firm
Show key stakeholders how seriously you take personal development
Keep your firm competitive by staying at the forefront of your industry
Retain your best people by investing in their talent
Our most popular courses for senior leaders
All our open courses focus on topics the regulator cares about. You can come to us (events usually held in London), or we’ll come to your offices.
Simple three step process to get started
Understanding where you are now – Which competencies are required for your senior leaders? Does you board currently meet these standards
Deciding what needs to change – We consider your individual needs, your business goals and any regulatory shortfalls identified in stage one.
Define the plan to make that happen – We create a bespoke training and consultancy programme, prioritising the biggest knowledge and compliance gaps.
Never has it been more important to make sure your board is fully up-to-speed with the regulations. We’re here to make that process much easier.
To discuss next steps, please call us today on 0203 178 4230. Or email email@example.com.
Please get in touch today. We’d be happy to set up an initial meeting to discuss exactly how we can help you.
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