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Lloyd’s Management Programme

Developing our Managers for the Future

Lloyd’s Management Programme will bring together and develop a community of managers fit for the future of the Corporation and the Industry.

The Lloyd’s Management Programme aims to provide an inspirational opportunity for managers to develop their core people management skills. These skills are essential to enable the performance and growth of their people within the Corporation and the Industry, for both now and the future.   

The programme is aimed primarily at those people who are committed to learning and improving their capabilities as a manager.  Delegates are likely to be from one of the following groups:-

  • Those that have been managing people for less than 5 years or who have received limited exposure to management development in the past
  • Those who are likely to step into a people management role within the next 12 months

As a result of the programme, delegates will be able to:-

  • Understand themselves, their style and preferences as a manager, and how to best adapt to get the best from others
  • Set and review clear goals for others that align to the organisation’s expectations motivating and empowering others to perform
  • Deliver powerful feedback to those that work for them to enhance performance, motivation and grow future capabilities
  • Support the performance, growth and development of their people through effective coaching conversations
  • Support others through change at work – building for the future
  • Know how to align teams to perform, leveraging difference and enabling resilience at work
  • Expand their network by joining the Lloyd’s Management Programme Alumni 

The Lloyd’s Management Programme offers delegates the following key components:
12 x 3 hour virtual sessions on zoom facilitated by a management development expert
12 participants from the corporation and the industry to network and learn alongside
12 months access to blended learning platforms that include additional curated content, social discussion forum and learning application opportunities
4 personal reports to support the individual learning experience, including a baseline and review self-assessment, personality preference report and 180-degree feedback
Peer coaching conversations
Accreditation for Continuing Professional Development hours (CPD) accredited by the CPD Standards Office.    

MODULE A (4 x 3 hour virtual sessions) - Managing Self & Others
Expectations of managers
Motivation and recognition
Working preference and styles
Developing emotional intelligence
Social styles and communication preferences
Handling conflict  
Courageous conversations
Goal setting 

MODULE B (4 x 3 hour virtual sessions) – Managing for High Performance
Performance conversations
Feedback – giving & receiving
Achieving through others
When and how to coach
Listening & questioning skills
Contracting for conversations
Supporting careers & development 

MODULE C (4 x 3 hour virtual sessions) - Managing for the Future

Managing change
Personal resilience and pressure
Developing resilience in others
Building and aligning high performance teams
Leveraging difference in teams
Management impact 

The Lloyd’s Management Programme will be delivered by our chosen learning partner, People Untapped.  People Untapped are a well-established learning and development consultancy based in the UK, but with consultants operating globally.

£1500 + VAT per person for a virtual cohort place
£2000 + VAT per person for a face-to-face cohort place

Monday 4th April

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Monday 4th April

Cohort 8 will launch on the 14th March with the session dates below, and all sessions will run from 14.00–17.00 UK Time apart from the ‘Launch’ which will be from 14.00–15.00 UK Time.

Session Date  Time (UK time) 
 Launch  14th March   2-3pm
 1   28th March  2-5pm
 2  11th April  2-5pm
 3  25th April  2-5pm
 4  9th May  2-5pm
 5  23rd May  2-5pm
 6  6th June  2-5pm
 7  20th June  2-5pm
 8  4th July  2-5pm
 9  18th July  2-5pm
 10  1st August  2-5pm
 11  15th August  2-5pm
 12  5th September  2-5pm

If you have any questions or to book a place on the programme, please contact Aaron Boyle at