How We Helped The Bank of England
The Bank of England is the central bank of the United Kingdom and was founded in 1694. It stands at the centre of the UK's financial system and is responsible for promoting and maintaining monetary and financial stability in the UK economy.
The Bank collects vast quantities of data each month via a network of reginal offices, known as 'local agents'. The local agents spend a lot of time in meetings with senior business executives in the private sector, collecting information which they then have to present to their collegues in London. Exceptional communication skills are required for this role.
A personalised programme for local agents focused on refreshing their communication skills and enhanced their presentation techniques.