When people thrive, they are able to deliver their best to our clients, as colleagues and in their communities.
Diversity and inclusion, wellbeing and taking the time to really listen to our people are intrinsic to being a responsible business. They also underpin the key themes of our long-term people and talent strategy, which focuses on the continued modernisation of our Talent Acquisition; Talent Management; Career Progression; Learning and Leadership Development; and Compensation.
During FY23, we made positive progress with our people and talent strategy, continuing to modernise our approaches to talent globally and providing a better experience for our people. We have enhanced our capability in wellbeing and completed the first full-year cycle of Three Conversations, our framework to give all colleagues opportunities to discuss their individual performance, development, and career aspirations.
Wellbeing is an enabler for sustainable high performance, actively contributing to the quality of people’s working lives while simultaneously delivering enhanced service to our clients. Our global wellbeing strategy has been designed through listening to what matters most to our people and we are working hard on implementing the constituent parts. Our focus is on creating an environment where wellbeing is part of our everyday vocabulary and building sustainable, healthy practices into our ways of working. Clients are increasingly interested in the progress we’re making in this area, and we see collaboration with clients and the market as an opportunity for broader impact.
Looking ahead, our FY24 KPIs include a focus on learning and leadership, highlighting our investment in developing our lawyers and business professionals with the skills and capabilities they need today and in the future. Inclusion will also remain a focus.