ISE Student Development Conference 2020
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ISE Student Development Conference 2020

When: Tuesday, 10 March 2020
Where: Cavendish Conference Centre
22 Duchess Mews
London W1G 9DT
United Kingdom
Contact: Vivienne Wootten
020 7033 2464

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ISE Student Development Conference 2020

Supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Entry Level Talent


The ISE Student Development Conference is a unique event, which brings together L&D professionals responsible for entry-level talent programmes.

The theme of this year’s event was Supporting the Mental Health and Wellbeing of Entry Level Talent. 

Many thanks to those who attended what proved to be a fascinating day.

The sessions linked below in blue can be downloaded.

In addition, we filmed the some of the sessions in the auditorium - to view the available filmed sessions, click here 


Agenda: 10 March 2020

09:30 Welcome - Stephen Isherwood, Chief Executive - ISE and Bob Athwal, ISE Fellow and Conference Chair
09:40 Supporting the mental health and wellbeing of early talent in the workplace - Poppy Jaman OBE, City Mental Health Alliance
10:15 Mental Health and Employers- Anju Jacob, Monitor Deloitte
In this session, Anju outlined the findings of the January 2020 Deloitte report on mental health and wellbeing in today’s labour market.
To download the report, click here

11:30 Breakout sessions:
   #1 Speed to value: how behavioural science can help early talent hit the ground running- Alice Scott, Development Beyond Learning
   #2 Repurposing the purpose of graduate programmes: resilience and wellbeing - Jane Clark, Talent Collective
   #3 Mental Fitness: A preventative approach to mental health which enables early talent to thrive - Tessa McEwan, Developing Talent
12:15 The mental health and wellness impact of key life and career transition points - Rosie Tressler OBE, Student Minds 
13:45 ISE Student Development Survey plus Employer Panel discussion on development trends - Tristram Hooley, Chief Research Officer, ISE
14:30 Breakout sessions:  
   #4 Growth or survival? The student mindset and implications for graduate development - Lucy Neale, Interaction Learning and Development and Rich Cook, Mindset Practice
   #5 Proactive, connected and prepared future leaders: developing your graduates for a changing world - Stephanie McKeown, Civil Service HR and Lydia Garrett, The Whitehall & Industry Group
   #6 Three key transitions graduates need to make in order to exit the scheme as a true business highflyer - Sarah Hobbs and Amanda Whiteford, Talent and Potential
15:30 Wellbeing and well-meaning: a 3-point guide for developers - Nikolai Koval-Radley, The Smarty Train


Many thanks to our Exhibitors









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