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Team4teams ManagerLloyds Banking Group
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Reporting Analyst, Lloyds Banking Group

I reviewed financial & reporting data linked to various projects to ensure updates were correct & projects were running to timescales. budgets etc. I would then create reports which were easy to visualise and understand showing the status & progress.

Colleague, Capability & Culture Manager - Lloyds Banking Group

My role was to implement various people programmes which improved the day to day culture and engagement of colleagues. Programmes varied from Engagement to Talent to Recognition.

Team4teams Manager
Lloyds Banking Group

In my current role I work to implement a range of activities to engage colleagues & evolve the way they work. My role focuses a lot on strategy and developing key programmes to aid with wider engagement themes.

English, French, Welsh

I really enjoy my job and am excited to see what the future holds. It's difficult working in an industry where a lot of people have an idea of what the colleagues look like or are like. I thought I had to be really techy to be able to work in IT and that is not the case, there are colleagues I work with from a range of backgrounds which don't include IT but they still excel in their role and do extremely well. It's a fast paced environment with lots of challenges but it is also very enjoyable at the same time. The roles I've had have really pushed me and I am grateful for the opportunities to be out of my comfort zone as it has developed me as a person and really helped me focus on my career ahead.

My Education
Business Management
Swansea University
Swansea, United Kingdom
English Language, English Literature, French, History, Welsh
Treorchy Comprehensive
More about me

At school I wanted to be a lawyer - I never considered IT as a career path and now I regret not taking GCSE IT and learning more.

I would have taken the time to understand career paths more, to help understand which subjects match to which jobs.

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