november, 2021

wed24nov(nov 24)14:00fri26(nov 26)16:002021 EFMD Career Services ConferenceWhat"s next with career services: sharing is caring14:00 - 16:00 (26) Location:Online

Event Details

Helping students prepare their career paths and find work placements is a crucial part of the student experience and instrumental to the added value of an institution. It has become increasingly complex to respond to students’ expectations and engage them at the same time.
The EFMD Career Services Conference focuses specifically on the issues career services professionals faces as they navigate the real-life parameters of their work, such as recruitment, job mobility, internationalisation, employability and the latest trends on the labour market. All the while keeping up with all the technological advancement that impact how they can facilitate career services.

Supported by EFMD steering committee members
This conference is designed with the expertise of our committee members from the following institutions:

Target group:
Directors of career services and business school career services staff involved in the strategic decisions of career services.
Please note that this conference is for professionals in career services only: we will not accept third party providers.

Registration

Register here

Programme

Draft programme that may change slightly in the next few weeks
ALL INDICATED TIME SLOTS ARE CET (BRUSSELS TIME)

Wednesday 24 November

12:00 – 12:30

Discover our Conference Platform

12:30 – 13:30

Welcome and setting the scene

  • Tony Somers, Director of employer engagement, HEC Paris, FR
  • Friedemann Schulze-Fielitz, Director Business School Services, EFMD Global

Opening Plenary : The new world of Work

Technological advancements, economic factors, changing demographic patterns and shifting societal norms continue to make a significant impact on the organization of work and the required knowledge, skills and competencies. In order to pursue the objectives of career development and employability, individuals are increasingly expected to take personal responsibility for their learning and ensure that their knowledge, skills and competencies remain updated and relevant. This keynote will address implications for career services professionals and discuss how to best approach this challenge through a review of alternative models and methods for learning and development in the digital era

  • Eleni Lamprou, Research Fellow, Alba Graduate Business School, GR

13:30 – 13:45

Let’s break!

13:45 – 14:45

Workshop A1
Sharing is caring: Tools

What are the most recent tools that you are using and what can you recommend in different areas such as CV editing, Learning management systems, platforms, scheduling etc

  • Christel Babinet , Career Coach And Corporate Development Manager, HEC Paris, FR
  • Sadie Lawty, Postgraduate Careers Consultant at The University of Liverpool Management School, UK
  • Rohan Malhotra, Senior Career Services Manager from ESCP Business School, UK
  • Kristin Young , Employer Engagement Manager, HEC Paris, FR
  • Moderated by Maria Moragianis, Career & Alumni Director, ALBA Graduate Business School, GR
  • Moderated by Tony Somers, Director of employer engagement, HEC Paris, FR

Workshop A2
Sharing is caring: blended learning and the virtual world

Delivering careers activities with a blend of synchronous and asynchronous activities provides lots of opportunities. In this session we will hear about and share examples of Careers related blended learning projects. To showcase your project contact Naomi Love: njl35@bath.ac.uk

  • Moderated by Naomi Love, MSc Careers and External Engagement Advisor, University of Bath, UK
  • Moderated by Alexandra Baretto, Executive Director for Strategic Development & External Relations, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, PT

14:45 – 15:00

Let’s break!

15:00 – 16:00

Speed networking

Meet fellow participants in short 1:1 meetings and make new meaningful connections. This networking session will make the energy flow and promises to be a lot of fun.

Thursday 25 November

12:00 – 12:30

Lunch date

Interested in a lunch date – Why don’t you reach out to a colleague via the chat or just video call each other

12:30 – 13:30

Panel Discussion: Recruiters Panel

Recrtuiters from a diverse set of industries will share insights on how their perceive recent development in recruting and what they expect to come. What are the future threat ? How does impact and sustainability play a role ?

  • Tamara Parker, CEO, Africa Mercer, ZA
  • Stefano Caprara, Manager, Workday, FR
  • Alessandro, Amazon, UK
  • Moderated by Tony Somers, Director of employer engagement, HEC Paris, FR

13:30 – 13:45

Let’s break!

13:45 – 14:45

Workshop

Sharing is caring: Employability

The Employability LAB, run by the LUISS Business School Career Services and addressed to One Year Master programmes students, is an awareness laboratory which enables students to understand the skills expressed through their behaviour and to identify the main areas of concern, in order to maximise the efficacy in a working environment. It is based on experiential learning. It focuses on training the key competencies identified by the Lab, through group or individual exercises and works in pairs.
As prerequisite, students have to complete the OPQ 32 SHL test and the Self-Assessment grid, based on the Lab Competency Model.

  • Peter Busby, Professional Certified Coach (PCC), LUISS Business School, IT
  • Anna Menesatti, Diversity & Inclusion and Employer Branding Specialist presso, L’oréal, IT
  • Moderated by Silvia Ticolpe, Head of Career Services, LUISS Business School, IT

14:45 – 15:00

Let’s break!

15:00 – 16:00

Discuss what matters to you!

Participants will discuss topics that they themselves suggested on conference day one in dedicated discussion groups. Learn from your colleagues as sharing is caring.

Friday 26 November

12:00 – 13:00

Inner Development Goals Part 1 – Transformational Skills & Qualities for Sustainable Development
The UN’s Agenda 2030 sets out the ‘what’ in its Sustainable Development Goals across 17 critical sustainability areas.
The Inner Development Goals project (IDG) addresses the ‘how’, by identifying the capabilities, qualities, and skills that are needed to successfully achieve the UN’s sustainability goals and targets.In this session we will find out more about the newly published IDG framework, and start the discussion about the role Business School careers services can play in equipping our students with the skills needed to achieve a sustainable global society.

  • Thomas Jordan, Associate professor and Senior lecturer in work science, Inner Development Goals, SE

13:00 – 13:30

Let’s break!

13:30 – 14:30

Workshop

Inner Development Goals Part 2: Coping with complexity – the 12 thought forms framework
Explore a tactical take-home approach to building your capacity to manage complexity and uncertainty and become a more effective professional, manager and leader.

  • Thomas Jordan, Associate professor and Senior lecturer in work science, Inner Development Goals, SE
  • Moderated by Hannah Bäcklin , Career Coach, University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law, SE
  • Moderated by Dominic Prosser, MBA Careers Coach, University of Exeter, UK

14:30 – 14:45

Let’s break!

14:45 – 15:30

Closing roundtables on learnings from the conference

Career Services are facing a changing world. Work environments and recruiting happen in hybrid settings. Employers are looking for new skills, and life-long learning becomes the norm and the future of work requires a new set of skills. How should career services position themselves to be ready for this ever changing world?

  • Moderated by Ursula Axmann, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, AT
  • Moderated by Morea Josias , University of Cape Town, ZA

 

Chair conclusion and presentation next year’s venue

 

  • Tony Somers, Director of employer engagement, HEC Paris, FR

 

Practical information

EARLY BIRD UNTIL 22 October

  • 435,60€ (360€ plus 21% VAT) members of EFMD & affiliate members of EFMD
  • 786,50€ (650€ plus 21% VAT) non-members of EFMD

NORMAL FEE UNTIL the conference starts

  • 617,10€ (510€ plus 21% VAT) members of EFMD & affiliate members of EFMD
  • 925,65€ (765€ plus 21% VAT) non-members of EFMD

Cancellation policy: Cancellations must be confirmed in writing. If EFMD receives notice of your withdrawal before 25 October 2021, we will charge an administrative cancellation fee of (75€ 21% VAT). After that date, we regret that we are unable to refund any fees. However, in such cases substitutes are welcome at no extra cost as long as EFMD receives a notification of a substitute’s name, title and address.

Institutions participating in EFMD Virtual Career Fairs are eligible for a 100 EUR discount

 

Speakers

  • Alessandro Perro

    Alessandro Perro

    Amazon, United Kingdom

    Amazon, United Kingdom

  • Anna Menesatti

    Anna Menesatti

    Diversity & Inclusion and Employer Branding Specialist presso,L’oréal, IT

    Diversity & Inclusion and Employer Branding Specialist presso,L’oréal, IT

  • Eleni Lamprou

    Eleni Lamprou

    Research Fellow at ALBA Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece

    Research Fellow at ALBA Graduate Business School, The American College of Greece

  • Peter Bubsy

    Peter Bubsy

    Mentor Coach Menslab, Luiss Business School, Italy

    Mentor Coach Menslab, Luiss Business School, Italy

  • Sadie Lawty

    Sadie Lawty

    Postgraduate Careers Consultant at The University of Liverpool Management School, UK

    Postgraduate Careers Consultant at The University of Liverpool Management School, UK

  • Silvia Ticolpe

    Silvia Ticolpe

    Head of Career Services LUISS Business School, IT

    Head of Career Services LUISS Business School, IT

  • Stefano Caprara

    Stefano Caprara

    Manager, Workday, FR

    Manager, Workday, FR

  • Tamara Parker

    Tamara Parker

    CEO, Africa Mercer, ZA

    CEO, Africa Mercer, ZA

  • Thomas Jordan

    Thomas Jordan

    Associate professor and Senior lecturer in work science, University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law, SE

    Associate professor and Senior lecturer in work science, University of Gothenburg, School of Business, Economics and Law, SE

  • Tony Somers

    Tony Somers

    Director, Employer Engagement Career services HEC Paris, FR

    Director, Employer Engagement Career services HEC Paris, FR

Contact

Registrations:
Amandine de Dorlodot

Programme and general event information:
Amandine de Dorlodot

Location

Online

Time

november 24 (wednesday) 14:00 - november 26 (friday) 16:00