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Leadership Development Manager EMEA - HR Team - Expired

Job Title Leadership Development Manager EMEA - HR Team
Job Type Temporary
Industry
Salary Up to £70000 per annum
Location London, England
Start Date asap
Our Reference BBBH1765_1622114991
Job Advertised 4 months ago

Leadership Development Manager EMEA - HR Team
An excellent opportunity has just become available for a HR/ L&D professional to join one of the fastest growing and market leading creative tech companies. Within this Development role you will partner with business leaders across the EMEA and North America region assessing their soft skill requirements and what development is needed to facilitate their personal and professional growth.


You will partner with HRBP's from each region who also support a particular leader and will develop frameworks, programs and training materials to assist with the leaders growth. You will also work with leaders teams when needed and will develop targeted development solutions.


Your Profile - to be successful within this role you will ideally have

  • A solid background of providing development support to senior managers / leadership team
  • Experience designing and delivering facilitation programs to individuals but also large scale audiences.
  • Experience working within a matrix style organisaiton with the ability to develop relationships with key stakeholders within the business
  • Knowledge and experience using best practice and latest tools and techniques and frameworks to enhance employee development.


The Offer
This role will commence as a 12-month contract and offers an annual salary of £70,000. Right now its work from home with a partial return to the office in early 2022.


For further details on this Development Manager role apply with CV, Linkedin profile or just your contact details. All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence by Audrey in Principle HR.

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