Employee growth is intertwined with business success. Meaningful learning opportunities allow employees to thrive resulting in a highly skilled workforce that drives business growth.
The workplace learning shift is here. The secret to growing your business is right under your nose.
There is another way to grow your business, and that is by developing your existing resources. Through training and employee development you can better engage your people by allowing them to develop their own skills and in turn, they will help you to grow your business.
Whatever starts from its centre, grows
To help you start thinking about the culture in your organisation as part of Consumer Duty, I like to think about something that I learned in school: the, ‘what, when, where, why and how’.
Searchlight & UKGI Launch New Compliance For Insurance Professionals Training Programme
Searchlight Insurance Training is delighted to launch a new compliance training programme with UKGI Compliance Consultancy.
Communication: Is your team built of bricks or straw?
A strong team that works together is essential within any business, and the positivity is contagious, spreading to our customer and business relationships.
Using The Consumer Duty as an opportunity to drive organisational change in the insurance industry through learning and development.
The Consumer Duty will require a significant shift in culture and behaviour for all insurance intermediaries. Senior Management will need to drive the changes forward and set the tone from the top, embedding the cultural shift within the firm’s values and behaviours.
MGAA and Searchlight Partner Up To Deliver DE&I Education Programme To Members
Working with Searchlight and UKGI's HR consultants, The MGAA has recently enhanced its Membership Benefits proposition by launching a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I) training programme for all MGAA members.
Why an investment in T&C this year might be the key to the challenges ahead
2023 is already looking like it’s going to be a tough year for the general insurance industry. Giving your people the skills to grow could be your best chance of leading your business through and stealing a march on your competitors.
Now is the perfect time to reflect on how competence can be used as a tool to help you attract and win more business.
Writing for the MGAA, Tom Wood looks at why the New Year is a good time to focus on L&D to support your business growth.