In the wake of the global financial crisis, financial institutions are faced with stricter regulation, increasing complexity and interdependencies. Rapid technological changes are also having far-reaching consequences for the financial services sector and the players within it. The environment in which organizations are operating is changing at the same speed. The number of FinTech startups has risen enormously and their ability to transform and innovate increases the potential for disruption within the industry.
This three-day explores management challenges unique to central banks. It covers best practices and lessons learned in the areas of strategic planning, transparency, budgeting, accountability, human resources and risk.
This course focuses on successful human resources management strategy to help your organisation select the right employees. Specific topics covered include employee engagement, resourcing and talent management, and talent retention and development.
- Change Managers
- Chief People Officers
- Human Resource Directors
- Operational resource directors
- Training Managers
- Engagement officers
Our programmes are developed and delivered by an international faculty; we use a participatory approach in the way that we deliver our programmes. We also facilitate discussions using well and tested case studies.
The normal working day on our seminars is from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. All participants are expected to be present for the entire duration of the event. We encourage extra‑curricular assignments to be kept to the minimum.
- The cost of the programme is $2500
- Accommodation provided for 4 days
- Discounts for two or more delegates
- Scholarships and bursary not available
- Lunch provided.
Delegates that are intending to attend need to apply for their Visas as soon as possible.
- Overview of central bank management
- Changing role for Human Resources director
- Talent development
- Strategic planning and change management
- Business continuity and resiliency
- Effective engagement with the media and the public
- Enterprise risk management
- Talent development
- Manging Political interference
- Tipping Point Leadership
- Modernising Support Services
- Effective engagement
- Developing Staff surveys
- Recruitment and retention