SCHOOL LEAVERS OFFER A DIVERSE TALENT POOL FULL OF POTENTIAL FOR A FUTURE WORKFORCE.
They also join you with various development needs.
Life Skills are paramount as young people make the enormous transition from school, straight in to the working world.
81% of employers train School Leavers on Communication and 75% on Teamwork (ISE, 2019). Critical Work Readiness programs such as these and many others are adapted and contextualised for the School Leaver audience to help ensure a smoother transition to a very different world at your organisation.
One of the top fears of those new to the work place is how to behave professionally. This session takes away the mystery and provides participants with basic skills for operating professionally from day one.
Both in person and virtually, understanding how to get your message across clearly and effectively is a crucial skill for those new to the workplace.
This session provides participants with basic skills for presenting clearly and powerfully. Can be tailored to the organisational context, i.e. to whether participants are likely to be presenting in a pitch context, or more needing to come across convincingly in meetings.
TIME MANAGEMENT & PRIORITISATION
The challenges of time management and prioritisation become far more complex in the working world, and this is a challenge that most new to work employees feel keenly. This session will provide them with techniques to more effectively navigate the working world.
This session helps participants to learn how to set and effectively strive towards goals to get the most our of their internship.
Leaving education must not mean the end of learning. The most effective employees are those who develop and are always learning, That’s ‘learnacy’ mindset. This session shows them how.
AGILITY, AMBIGUITY & CHANGE
Change is constant, and not something that humans are well equipped to deal with. This session introduces participants to the concept of agility, ambiguity and to how to cope best under these conditions and those of constant change.