For the second year running, we are delighted to have been shortlisted for a Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Award.
Anna Boyce Director of HR at The London Institute of Banking & Finance said “We’re thrilled to have been shortlisted in the Workplace of the Year category of the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards (Thelmas) for the second year running,”
“Being shortlisted is a huge endorsement of our efforts to transform our organisation through new organisational values and ways of working.”
“The London Institute of Banking & Finance is committed to on-going learning and development at all levels of the organisation, to support career progression and build skills. This year we’ve focused on helping our staff be the best they can be, and offer real opportunity through career development and succession planning. This in turn helps us to deliver on our mission to improve the financial capability, skills and knowledge of people at all stages of their lives through formal and informal education; as well as supporting the finance sector by helping students develop careers in financial services.”
Times Higher Education (THE) editor John Gill said: "The Thelmas are unique in shining a deserved spotlight on often unsung heroes from across the professional services and administration of our world-leading universities, and it’s an honour for Times Higher Education to organise an event celebrating their achievements. This year’s shortlist – once again featuring almost half of all UK institutions – shows that talent and dedication continue to abound, as well as a determination to find creative solutions to problems as and when they occur.”