Job Title: Leadership Strategy Advisor
Salary: £30,294 to £32,552 plus a Location allowance of £1,639. You will receive £30,294 the band minimum. Progress to the band maximum of £32,552 will be via incremental progression.
Working in the Met’s Leadership Centre of Excellence, the role holder will be responsible forexecuting leadership development initiatives across the organisation, enabling leaders to lead adiverse and transforming workforce to ultimately keep London safe for everyone.This role will support the execution of leadership development initiatives, including establishingdevelopment requirements, supporting in the design and managing the successful delivery of thoseinitiatives, which will include supporting the evaluation to ensure continuous improvement. The rolewill also be the point of contact for the leadership development faculty (Leading for London Alumni),keeping them engaged and performing in their faculty role.
Key Responsibilities:To provide strong logistical support (Responsible for arranging workshops, meetings, focus groups, interview sessions etc. for: officers and staff across varying seniority, Supplier partners and external stakeholders)To update and maintain project products, registers and tracking documents (Controldocuments for RAID, Planning, Benefits, Resources and so forth)Manage the leadership development faculty and alumni of circa 150 staff and officers of all levels – acting as their point of contact in the LCoE; keeping them engaged in Met-wide leadership development initiatives; and leveraging opportunities to use them as ambassadors for leadership interventionsCollect and analyse people data – including staff surveys, recruitment and attrition – to provide recommendations on areas to prioritise for leadership developmentTrack participant and facilitator evaluation data for leadership development initiatives and update materials in line with feedback where possibleEscalate risks and issues as they arise to the Leadership Strategy Manager, to ensure prompt and effective resolutions – particularly with regards to third party service providersSupport in the design of leadership development materials – including development modules, e-learning packages and learning documentsWork closely with the Learning and Development team to spot opportunities to join up on learning offers, and ensure the leadership development delivery plan is aligned with the wider proposition from L&DWork with the internal comms and engagement team to ensure the leadership development offer for individuals is clear, and that engagement in personal development is sustained beyond Leading for LondonStay up to date with market trends and good practice in leadership development, in order to provide recommendations for new development solutions to our leaders.
Communication and Working Relationships
Professionalism:To ensure the leadership development and wider L&D delivery plan is aligned
Leadership development faculty:Host monthly calls to capture queries and feedback, and provide updates
Comms and Engagement:To ensure clarity on the leadership development offer, and that any interventions/initiatives are communicated in line with the wider Met comms plan
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Completed applications must be submitted by 2nd June 2022.
We view diversity as fundamental to our success. To tackle today’s complex policing challenges, we need a workforce made up from all of London’s communities. Applications from across the community are therefore essential.
As a Disability Confident Committed Employer the Met have committed to ensuring that disabled people and those with long-term health conditions have the opportunities to fulfil their potential and realise their aspirations.
Experience and KnowledgeProject management and coordination of events.Background in psychology desirable – to understand employee engagement, culture andleadership, data analysisExperience working across HR preferable – with an understanding of people processessuch as performance, talent and recruitmentExperience in learning and development, including understanding how to link learning needsto internal and external development offersFacilitating trainingAnalysing and interpreting data to provide recommendationsIdentifying, managing and escalating risksDriving change, including coming up with innovative approaches and challenging currentpractices to establish the best possible solutions
SkillsExceptional organisation skills e.g. Co-ordinating and managing large scale events, trackingattendance and monitoring/responding to queries in LCoE and Leading for LondonCollecting and analysing quantitative and qualitative dataHorizon scanning in order to recommend appropriate interventions in response to externalenvironmentExceptional time managementWriting reports and newslettersProven oral and written communication skills that can adapt to different audiencesManaging and influencing senior stakeholdersCollaborating with other teams and/or organisationsMicrosoft office : excel, word, powerpoint etc.PlanningRisk management