Manager, L&D Leadership -MARS, Deloitte Private, Client & Market Growth
Posted on: November 23, 2022
The Deloitte Leadership Academy (DLA) is a leading-edge, branded
educational institute that serves as an exporter of talent across
the firm, emphasizing human capabilities as complementary to
technical ones and setting the standard for creating
growth-oriented and inclusive professionals and leaders for the
future of work. DLA's goals are to:
intentionally integrate purposeful and impactful leadership skills
and capabilities to cultivate stronger internal and external
relationships, drive business growth, fuel engagement and
performance, enhance our value, and feed our social and client
create the next generation of Deloitte professionals and leaders,
optimizing the human potential and agility of all our people and
enabling them to thrive, change, and lead in the hybrid and
technology-focused work environment.
Work you'll do
As a Manager in DLA supporting the Mergers, Acquisitions, and
Restructuring Services (MARS) practice, Deloitte Private and other
Client & Market Growth learning priorities, you will work with
stakeholders and subject matter resources (SMRs) in those
cross-functional businesses to create effective and leading-edge
learning and development solutions that align with learning and
talent development strategy to achieve desired business outcomes,
on time and within budget. Your day-to-day duties, tasks, and
Strategy Development (10%)
Analyze research and solution alternatives to support strategy
Support the creation of curriculum roadmaps based on
Stakeholder Relationship Management (15%)
Establish and maintain close ties with business leaders, learning
champions, program deans and key SMRs from a number of
cross-functional business areas.
Work with business leaders to prioritize learning needs that will
have the greatest impact to the MARS and Deloitte Private
businesses as a whole.
Own and manage key work group relationships within L&D.
Serve as business advisor and learning expert to help the business
understand the L&D portfolio(s).
Manage relationships and contracts with L&D vendors.
Operations Management (25%)
Assess and evaluate the instructional integrity and delivery of
programs in accordance with learning goals and performance
Collaborate with the leadership team to monitor the effectiveness
of core curricula and supplemental instructional materials.
Leverage team resources to produce dashboards and measurement
reports as needed to monitor efforts with stakeholders.
Own and manage individual program plans and budgets to execute
against overall L&D strategy.
Engage / assign / mobilize teams to execute upon objectives while
aligning work and roles to ensure continuous improvement.
Evaluate and provide quarterly reporting on the effectiveness of
educational programming initiatives in practice.
Lead cross-team operational initiatives as needed.
Collaborate with Ops & Comms to approve vendor invoices up to the
Work with Vendor Management and Procurement for efficiencies in
content, faculty, and partnerships.
Curriculum Management (40%)
Lead the design and development of innovative learning solutions
that translate complex business processes and technological
concepts into engaging learning experiences.
Maintain strong knowledge of content strategy and design concepts
as well as business and industry knowledge, as needed.
Conduct needs analysis to identify next-up hot-topics, programs,
and learning experiences.
Coordinate an elite pool of vendors, academic partnerships, SMRs,
and online/virtual tools and platforms to accelerate learning
Manage day-to-day work with instructional design (ID) resources,
faculty, Talent Services, vendors, USI CTS / CRM, and contractor
resources as needed.
Coordinate faculty and conduct train-the-trainer sessions
Oversee CPE compliance for all types of learning programs including
live in-person, virtual classroom, and e-learning
Provide an agile development environment that can meet the needs of
a constantly evolving environment and a variety of learner
Collaborate with participants and faculty to evaluate and provide
recommendations to increase the reach, impact, and future
capability requirements of the learning portfolio.
Acquire and cultivate business, industry and sector knowledge;
identifying and understanding important trends and issues so as to
be a trusted advisor to business and industry leaders.
Resource Mgmt & Development (10%)
Create a teaming environment which encourages sharing of best
practices, driving innovation, and continuing improvement.
Lead, inspire, and coach team members, fostering individual and
team growth and agility through delegation, feedback, instruction,
and encouragement-building on strengths and dissecting and
developing areas for improvement.
Coach and mentor work group team members through established 1:1
check-ins and other development mechanisms.
Complete and submit 360* professional development and performance
Cultivate an inclusive, high-performing team that maximizes team
member contribution by creating an environment of mutual support
and shared responsibility.
Utilize employee engagement tactics to encourage employees to
become productive, high performing employees who actually enjoy
coming to work.
Bachelor's Degree; Minimum 8 years of related experience
Ability to work effectively in a fast-paced, multi-tasking
Collaborative mindset to share and implement best practices
Strong instructional design and project management skills
Consultative approach toward clients
Sound leadership skills
Proficient Microsoft Office skills
Limited sponsorship may be available
Ability to travel 20%, on average, based on the work you do and the
businesses you serve
Prior experience working in finance, M&A, consulting or other
professional services experience
The wage range for this role takes into account the wide range of
factors that are considered in making compensation decisions
including but not limited to skill sets; experience and training;
licensure and certifications; and other business and organizational
needs. The disclosed range estimate has not been adjusted for the
applicable geographic differential associated with the location at
which the position may be filled. At Deloitte, it is not typical
for an individual to be hired at or near the top of the range for
their role and compensation decisions are dependent on the facts
and circumstances of each case. A reasonable estimate of the
current range is $86,425 to 159,165.
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