A unique, world-class leadership programme
developing Bath's future leaders
Accelerate leadership development of individuals drawn from Bath's diverse future talent pool
Bespoke leadership development programme relevant to each individual within a shared experience
Benefit sponsoring employers
by supporting the development
of their current and future
leaders and managers
Benefit employers and the city by establishing valuable connections between
Bath Future Talent Programme
Are you new into a leadership role or have the ambition to step into one? Are you keen to develop your leadership abilities while building your career? Join the Bath Future Talent Programme and become part of a connected business community making Bath a great city for talent to thrive.
A unique, world-class leadership development programme designed for the city of Bath, for Bath-based organisations and the people who work within them.
Since 2016, Bath Bridge has successfully supported over 50 of Bath’s future leaders in their career development. These participants were drawn from a diverse range of global, public and third sector organisations including: Bath Rugby, Mayden, Capgemini, St John’s Foundation, Bath & North East Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group, Curo, Off the Record, Boston Tea Party, Pure Planet, Bath Rugby Foundation, Julian House and MITOS.
Designed and delivered by Bath Bridge – a community interest company - concerned with positioning Bath as a place with a dynamic future by supporting and initiating relevant physical, economic and social projects, the Future Talent Programme is one of its flagship projects with the aim of nurturing current and future talent in its leaders and managers.
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To register your interest or find out more, please contact Programme Director, Sarah Williment, or complete this form and we will be in touch with you very soon:
t: 07597 519066
The Bath Future Talent Programme
opened my eyes to the many diverse challenges
that leaders face and provided me with
a suite of different approaches to tackle them.