Banken for en verden i endring The bank for a ... - BNP Paribas

Banken for en verden i endring The bank for a ... - BNP Paribas

• human resources development / clearly identified operational challenges

In 2006, 150 young university graduates

recruited in France attended Group seminars.

The Corporate Banking and French Retail

Banking Divisions held integration sessions for

several hundred new recruits.

A growing number of integration sessions for

experienced executives were offered in 2006,

to cater to the needs of managers taken on

as a result of the Group’s external and organic

growth. In 2006, employees from over 35 territories

attended these sessions, with a significant

number coming from recent Group acquisitions

TEB in Turkey and UkrSibbank in Ukraine.

The Louveciennes training centre

Cross-functional training

While the various businesses define their own

specific training needs, cross-functional training

on project ownership and management, personal

effectiveness and operations management

is provided by the Group training centre. Over

3,370 employees received this type of training in

2006, compared with 3,270 in 2005.

Set in a magnificent site near Paris, the Group training centre is a veritable company university. Its

mission is not only to build competencies but also to provide a forum for sharing ideas and building

company spirit. Employees from all businesses, countries and cultures come here to participate in

training sessions. In 2006, over 22,000 employees – 10% more than in 2005 – attended integration

seminars, business-specific courses or cross-functional training programmes.

The training sessions with the largest increases

in attendance were:

• e-learning: 1,200 CDs were ordered in 2006

compared with 1,000 in 2005.

• Personal Effectiveness offerings saw participation

increase by 25%.

• Since June 2006, all employees have been

offered a compliance awareness training module

in French and English. Over 900 employees

followed this training, which was broken

down into sixty seminars with 15 attendees.

• A course on the Business Continuity Plan

for staff from BP2S and Corporate and

Investment Banking also generated considerable



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