Developing An Effective Graduate/Young Talent Programme - Millennial Edition

Course Introduction

In a market flooded with graduate programs, how can your organization stand out in the crowded talent marketplace? What does it take to create a program that appeals to the Millennial generation? How can you better engage them and develop them to ensure a successful program? In this upcoming workshop, we will be covering the various components of a good graduate program and considerations behind the design of such a program.

Learning Objectives

  • Develop a better understanding of Millennials and how to engage them more effectively

  • Gain insights on the areas to focus on when attracting and selecting your young talents

  • Acquire the knowledge to build an effective graduate program that appeals to the young talents

  • Understand the essentials of managing the young talents after they have been selected

Content Highlights

  • Key components of building an effective graduate program

  • Understanding Millennial stereotypes and what it actually means

  • Channels for publicity and pre-selection engagement

  • Assessment and selection process

  • Managing talents that have been selected for the graduate program

  • Transiting talents out of the graduate program

  • HR Tech showcase 

  • Application to your organization's context

Delivery Style

  • Sharing of market practices as well as personal experiences by facilitator and participants

  • HR Tech showcase with Q&A

  • Co-creation of content by tapping on the wisdom of crowd

  • Active discussions on contextualized issues

  • Personal reflections 

  • Platform to craft out an initial proposal that can be applied to your workplace right away 

 

Practical Workbook & Resources

  • Notes will be provided as part of the course to ensure that you are able to focus on the discussions during the workshop and able to have materials to refer to after that.

Benefits to You and Organization

  • Develop a competitive program to attract the best young talents in the market

  • Enhance your talent acquisition toolkit to ensure a good pipeline of young talents

  • Be better equipped to engage, attract and manage the young talents

  • Get started on a contextualized plan to design a graduate program for your organization

  • Be acquainted with market updates and new HR technology which can help add value to your work

Schedule

23 May 2018

Kuala Lumpur

SGD 1,195

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