Are you truly prepared for change?
Change is coming. The disruption of the financial and professional service industries is huge and accelerating. And it requires a new type of leadership to thrive and win. From Big Data to Fintech to Globalisation, the world is full of threats and opportunities.
At fts global we can support you and your people through this change, thanks to our proven approach to behavioural change, engagement and learning. We operate across Europe, the Americas, Middle East and Asia Pacific.
Customised leadership development and coaching programmes for the C-Suite as well as junior and senior managers.
FinSell™ sales development programmes including our unique RealityCoaching™
Experiential communication workshops and programmes that improve collaboration within teams or across silos in a global and virtual world.
Customised programmes and workshops to support growth, mergers, acquisitions and rationalisation using our unique WELLBUSINESS™ methodologies.
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FLEX AND THE CITY Episode 5: Leading Inclusion in Financial Services with Pride
This is the first fabulous episode of #FlexAndTheCity of 2020! We had the pleasure of interviewing Paul Brady, who is a Senior Vice President, Global Shareholding Services at Franklin Templeton Investments and has dedicated much of his working career to raising awareness of the positive contributions that can be gained from the creation of a truly inclusive culture in financial services. An outspoken champion for LGBT+, Paul’s leadership style and energy makes for thought provoking and engaging listening.
Why kids don't want to be bankers
Over the holidays, I bought my 13-year old daughter a book titled “The Art of Being a Brilliant Teenager” by Andy Cope. My daughter is already brilliant (no bias of course!) and from the reviews online, the book looked packed full of interesting content covering everything from relationship advice to ideas for future careers. She started reading it almost immediately and loved it.