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november, 2019

wed20nov(nov 20)15:00fri22(nov 22)17:00Career Professionals Development Institute15:00 - 17:00 (22) UTC+1 Location: Rome, Italy

Event Details

Event description

The Career Professionals Development Institute is a training opportunity for Talent & Careers professionals to acquire state-of-the-art competencies and to stay abreast of the latest placement trends relevant for the business school sector. Participants will learn how to deploy learning resources and development tools so that students and alumni can better define their career aspirations as well as manage their career trajectory. The Institute will help the participants to develop a comprehensive understanding of how to align the hiring needs of corporate partners with the profile of graduate cohorts. It will provide recruitment solutions for companies seeking top management talent. Peer-to-peer interactions with colleagues from leading academic institutions around the globe will enable the participants to assess the relevance of innovative ideas in the Talent & Careers space.

Target Group

The Institute targets Talent & Careers professionals of business schools. It has been designed to particularly meet the needs of the nearly 950 EFMD Global Network member institutions around the globe. If you are affiliated with a non-member school or another university faculty/school, then you are encouraged to register.

Prerequisites

No

Location

Rome, Italy

Time

20 (Wednesday) 15:00 - 22 (Friday) 17:00 UTC+1

Address

Luiss Business School

Villa Blanc, Via Nomentana, 216 00162 Rome, Italy

Programme

Wednesday 20 November

15:00 – 15:15

Registration and coffee

15:15 – 15:30

Setting the Scene
The INSTITUTE will kick off with an overview of the Career Services industry, covering key standards and performance frameworks, as well as important employment and general recruiting trends. You will obtain a foundation for the next five modules which cover leadership and the key focus areas of Career Services.

  • Amber Wigmore Alvarez, Chief Innovation Officer, Highered EFMD Shared Career Services

15:30 – 17:00

Module 1: Leading Career Service Teams, Part 1
High-trust leadership – a key driver for motivation and impact
The purpose of this session is to provide participants with new insights and foster reflection helping them become more effective as leaders.
— Why and how high-trust leadership impacts motivation and performance

  • Tron Kleivane, Partner of the Great Leadership Institute and Great Place to Work ® Norge

17:00 – 17:15

Coffee break

17:15 – 18:45

Module 1: Leading Career Service Teams, Part 2
High-trust leadership – a key driver for motivation and impact
The purpose of this session is to provide participants with new insights and foster reflection helping them become more effective as leaders.
— What are the core characteristics of high-trust leadership
— How to develop more effective high-trust leadership

  • Tron Kleivane, Partner of the Great Leadership Institute and Great Place to Work ® Norge

20:00

Welcome dinner

Thursday 21 November

08:30 – 09:00

Coffee

09:00 – 10:00

Module 2: Recruiter Expectations, Part 1
The Recruitment Landscape: The incorporation of highly advanced technologies for talent recruitment is a fundamental change that is taking place in global HR.
— Why are these new solutions spreading so fast?
— What are recruiters expecting from your students during the selection process?

Gain a solid understanding about talent placement from the recruiter perspective, ranging from global corporations to start-up practices.

  • Eleonora Valenti, Head of Talent Acquisition, Mindvalley

10:00 – 11:00

Module 2: Recruiter Expectations, Part 2
The latest innovations: Game-based assessments are being used across all industries and video recording and interviewing are becoming the norm. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already dismantling traditional selection processes and sometimes it’s hard to distinguish a recruiter from a bot.
— Are you familiar with the latest innovations?
— What are the most common technology solutions in recruitment?

Learn how gamification, virtual reality and AI are revolutionising today’s candidate experience and understand the impact that this will have on your talent’s placement.

  • Eleonora Valenti, Head of Talent Acquisition, Mindvalley

11:00 – 11:15

Coffee break

11:15 – 12:15

Module 2: Recruiter Expectations, Part 3
Getting ready for the new technologies and techniques: Considering this new landscape, and the changes in recruitment worldwide, are you ready?
— Do you know how to prepare students for success in highly competitive selection processes?
— Do you have the tools and resources in place, as well as the expertise within the department, to support recruiters’ data-driven strategies?

Gain practical insight to incorporate these into your strategy and plans.

  • Eleonora Valenti, Head of Talent Acquisition, Mindvalley

12:15 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 14:30

Module 3: Career Education, Part 1
Understanding Yourself: Creating Self-Awareness and Tools for a Faster and More Efficient Career Transformation
— What are the best tools, including existing and state-of-the-art personality and professional skills assessments, to help your students in their career transitions?
— How can you leverage simulations and live assessments through experiential learning?

  • Laszlo Avramov, CEO and Co-Founder, iLovetobe

14:30 – 15:30

Module 3: Career Education, Part 2
Learning About the Best Matching Careers: Building a Career Curriculum
— How can students learn most effectively about different industries (Tech, Consulting, Finance and more) in order to make the best choice in terms of career change?
— How can you implement a coherent coaching and career road map to best identify your students’ fit to specific industries?

  • Laszlo Avramov, CEO and Co-Founder, iLovetobe

15:30 – 15:45

Coffee break

15:45 – 16:45

Module 3: Career Education, Part 3
Landing the Job: Making the Impossible Possible – Innovative Solutions to Prepare Your Students for Any Job Anywhere Globally
— How can you prepare students for industry specific global interview and assessment centre processes (live vs. remote)?
— How can you prepare your talent to succeed in interviews and achieve the best possible job placements?

  • Laszlo Avramov, CEO and Co-Founder, iLovetobe

16:45 – 17:00

Conclusion & Wrap Up

  • Amber Wigmore Alvarez, Chief Innovation Officer, Highered EFMD Shared Career Services

19:30

Networking Dinner

Friday 22 November

08:30 – 09:00

Coffee

09:00 – 10:00

Module 4: Career Advising, Part 1
Designing a strong career advising strategy for your students in a changing market
— What are the career/market trends, what is changing and what are the key issues in career advising?
— Is there even a traditional roadmap anymore? Is it the journey or the destination that is important?

  • Lisa Piguet, Founder of VerticaLeap
  • Katty Ooms-Suter, Managing Director at La Ferme de la Praz Coaching

10:00 – 11:00

Module 4: Career Advising, Part 2
Identifying and solving key issues in career advising – interactive session to identify the most important challenges in career advising and finding solutions together.

  • Lisa Piguet, Founder of VerticaLeap
  • Katty Ooms-Suter, Managing Director at La Ferme de la Praz Coaching

11:00 – 11:15

Coffee break

11:15 – 12:15

Module 4: Career Advising, Part 3
Pulling it together – how to design the best career advising program to fit the different needs of your student population
— Individual vs group or class? Where do you put your focus (cost/benefit)?
— Skills for today’s career advisors

  • Lisa Piguet, Founder of VerticaLeap
  • Katty Ooms-Suter, Managing Director at La Ferme de la Praz Coaching

12:15 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 15:00

Module 5: Recruiter Relations, Part 1
The Recruiter Relations module will train you for both on-campus and online activities in order to help you to support your recruiters’ hiring needs, while leveraging connections through your school’s corporate relations department.

Developing a Loyal Recruiter Network
— Reach out: How to Create an Effective Communication Strategy
— Promote talent: Partner with Recruiters for their Talent Management Needs
— Promote companies: Assist with Employer Branding
— Connect with Academics: Bring Recruiters to Class

  • Maria Moragianis, Director of Career & Alumni, ALBA Graduate Business School

15:00 – 15:15

Coffee break

15:15 – 16:45

Module 5: Recruiter Relations, Part 2
Group exercise to share best practices

  • Maria Moragianis, Director of Career & Alumni, ALBA Graduate Business School

16:45 – 17:00

Conclusion & Wrap Up

  • Amber Wigmore Alvarez, Chief Innovation Officer, Highered EFMD Shared Career Services

Speakers for this event

  • Amber Wigmore Alvarez

    Amber Wigmore Alvarez

    Chief Innovation Officer, Highered EFMD Shared Career Services

    Chief Innovation Officer, Highered EFMD Shared Career Services

  • Eleonora Valenti

    Eleonora Valenti

    Head of Talent Acquisition, Mindvalley

    Head of Talent Acquisition, Mindvalley

  • Katty Ooms-Suter

    Katty Ooms-Suter

    Managing Director at La Ferme de la Praz Coaching

    Managing Director at La Ferme de la Praz Coaching

  • Laszlo Avramov

    Laszlo Avramov

    CEO and Co-Founder, iLovetobe

    CEO and Co-Founder, iLovetobe

  • Lisa Piguet

    Lisa Piguet

    Founder of VerticaLeap

    Founder of VerticaLeap

  • Maria Moragianis

    Maria Moragianis

    Director of Career & Alumni, ALBA Business School

    Director of Career & Alumni, ALBA Business School

  • Tron Kleivane

    Tron Kleivane

    Great Leadership Institute & Great Place to Work

    Great Leadership Institute & Great Place to Work

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