Leading for London Programme

Meeting: 
MQT on 2019-10-17
Session date: 
October 17, 2019
Reference: 
2019/19797
Question By: 
Susan Hall
Organisation: 
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

Please provide a breakdown of all the items/events delivered so far for the Met’s Leading for London Programme, including:

• The name and description

• The cost

• The number of police officers who participated

• The number of police staff and PCSO’s who participated

Answers

Leading for London Programme

Leading for London Programme

Answered By: 
The Mayor

Officers are drafting a response. Please be advised that there may be some delay as the information also requires input from functional bodies.

Leading for London Programme

Leading for London Programme

Answered By: 
The Mayor

Leading for London (LfL) is one of the most ambitious and collaborative programmes the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has ever run. It has provided tailored leadership development to 6,165 police officers (rank sergeant and above) and 3,635 police staff (band D and above) within the allocated budget of £10.4 million.

All participants were offered digital learning and coaching sessions, psychometric tests and then, rank/band-dependent, they were offered opportunities such as: five days of interactive and facilitated leadership development modules; 360 surveys before and after the programme; simulation experiences; leadership summits; and team coaching.

As part of the LfL programme, 100 MPS staff were trained and offered accreditation in coaching and facilitation skills, to support and continue the programmes delivery. PCOS’s are not included in this programme.