How do you keep newly hired, young professionals connected and motivated, especially in a hybrid environment? In this highly interactive session, we will explore what new hires want most from their jobs and how to meet their needs in a hybrid work environment. We’ll share best practices and the latest research on new employee engagement and give you strategies for on-boarding and developing new talent in our “new normal.”
Keith Rollag is a Professor of Management and former Dean of the F.W. Olin Graduate School of Business at Babson College. His research focuses on newcomer on-boarding and leadership development, and his book What to Do When You’re New: How to Be Comfortable, Confident and Successful in New Situations was heralded as one of the “Best Books of 2015” by Success Magazine.
Dr. Leslie Braksick
Deepening your diversity pipeline for your early talent program is a challenge. Developing analytics capabilities among program participants is often another. As diverse candidates and program analytics skills become more important and sought after, organizations have struggled. And imagine, what if your company was ALL ABOUT analytics? Join Michaela Bradshaw, Global Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager at Nielsen IQ for a trek through NielsenIQ University – a partnership initiative introducing diverse young professionals to analytics, big brand CPG companies, and the power of NielsenIQ tools. Learn how NielsenIQ actually builds analytics capability pre-development program through delivering value to its clients. Explore how you might leverage your own organization’s strengths to develop a pipeline of program candidates who are more diverse and more program-ready.
One of the key value elements of early career talent development programs is the “high touch” appeal they are assumed to have with quality recruits. Are our assumptions correct? Veris Insights surveyed current undergraduate students across the US to determine how familiar they are with rotational, early identification, and leadership development programs, how appealing they are as opportunities, and what factors drive their decision to pursue and participate in these engagements as interns or entry-level hires. Join Jordan Blair-Paladino for a dive into the most recent findings on this important topic.
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