By: 31 May 2024
Rollits contributes to Humber Business Week

Rollits LLP is focusing on the importance of continuing professional development and cultivating a competitive edge for this year’s Humber Business Week event, which has become a highlight of the annual programme.

Managing partner Ralph Gilbert will lead the event, which will take place at the MKM Stadium in Hull on Tuesday 4 June. He will be joined by Caroline Hardcastle, head of the firm’s education team, and guest presenter Sarah Young, who runs her education consultancy Young+ Limited.

The “Embracing Excellence” event will apply some of the lessons of the learning environment to the business landscape and will build on Rollits’ presentation at last year’s Business Week about the importance of a good corporate culture for staff development.

The session will explore the science behind learning and develop practical strategies that benefit both employees and the organisation as a whole.

Ralph said: “We have to embrace excellence in our work to demonstrate ongoing competence and a high standard of professional conduct and client protection. Businesses in all sectors will have their own measurements for that as they work to meet regulatory requirements and deliver excellent client service.

“For individuals, there’s a chance to expand their knowledge, develop new skills, and enhance their professional capabilities. That boosts employee morale and satisfaction and brings a sense of personal satisfaction and career progression.”

Sarah Young commented: “With billions poured into continuous professional development (CPD) globally every year, this session is your chance to assess why training staff is critical and how empowering every employee through continuous development benefits your organisation”.


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Emma Cockings
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