New Collective Bargaining Agreement for Banks - Design an Individual Development Plan

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  • Icon 4 h
  • icon Cours du jour
  • Icon English
  • Icon BQ146CJ
255,00 EUR

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(+3% TVA)
*Prix d'inscription de base, variable selon options choisies.

Objectives


After the training, the participant shall be able to:

  • address the new Banking CCT obligation in relation with development issues and convert it into a meaningful process between employees and their managers

  • design an Individual Development Plan (IDP) that contributes to the employees employability and to the evolution of the needs of competencies within the banking sector as well as on the labour market

Programme


  • Employability and Training : a shared responsibility in a fast evolving business sector with major changes

  • Contribution of the IDP in the cycle of employee experience

  • Identify and assess competencies (hard skills and soft skills)

  • Set up development objectives

  • Understand learning and development mecanisms and use them appropriately

  • Convert needs into an action plan

  • Design an IDP – tool and business cases

  • Implement and follow up on employees development plans

  • Links with the Bank Annual Training Plan

Target Audience


  • Business Line Managers

  • HR Managers

  • Employee representatives, involved in preparing the Annual Training Plan within their firm

Training methods


  • Methodological input

  • Sharing experience and best practices

  • Case studies and business cases

Trainer


Anne Prévost, HR consultant, trainer and coach at GoToFreedom, has demonstrated a 20 year experience as an HR Director in international environments, with a focus on banking and financial sectors and is specialized in change management and talent development.

Certificate


At the end of the training, the participants will receive a certificate of attendance delivered by the House of Training.

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