Embracing our love of learning
I’ve grown a lot since I started as a fresh-faced 16-year-old. Not only in skills and experience but in confidence too. The Group has really encouraged me to challenge the norm and think of new ways of doing things.
The Group know how important learning is to stay relevant and will help you evolve in any way they can. If it matters to you, it matters to them. My line managers have always pushed me to step out of my comfort zone and try something new, which is the reason why I pursued a university education. Whether that was through formal training in a classroom, or in more informal way like shadowing someone in a different team.
I love that mistakes are part of the learning journey at Lloyds Banking Group. We have a test, learn and grow culture, where mistakes help us understand how to improve. It means we can be bold and make decisions we might not have before.
Ensuring everyone can bring their best
What I value the most is that we’re given the time and commitment to make the changes we want to see happen. Last year, for example, I set up the Lloyds Banking Group Sikh Network. It feels great to be part of making this a truly inclusive place to work.