ISE Student Development Conference
The ISE Student Development Conference is a unique event, which brings together over 150 early talent development professionals responsible for entry-level talent programmes. Taking place on 20 March 2019 at Cavendish Conference Centre in London, the event incorporates a development-focused exhibition of suppliers running alongside the programme which features keynote speakers, plenary sessions, breakout sessions and workshops.
Keynote Speaker: Zena Everett
Careers Expert Zena Everett has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the ISE Student Development Conference which takes place on 20 March in London.
In her session Zena will be delivering her highly regarded 60-minute session Crazy Busy ™ which looks at how individuals and teams can achieve more in less time. This promises to be an engaging, highly interactive session that will blow up the road-blocks to personal and team productivity.
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Other Keynote Speakers
Unlocking your Smarts
Sajaad Jetha, Founder, The Smarty Train
Economist Saj Jetha and The Smarty Train have been behind the training of tens of thousands of new workforce entrants for over a decade. Saj’s recently released Harvard-endorsed book, The Smarts (Penguin: 2019) has had much acclaim. In a new world of work, there is a new type of demand for employability. Doing things right every day may help performance at work, but what if you could do the right things? What if these things could disproportionately impact work performance? Saj covers some important ‘hacking’ concepts from his new book in an accelerated and fast-paced session.
Entrepreneurial thinking and social impact: the key to future proofing Graduates and Apprentices
Dr Mick Jackson, WildHearts Founder and CEO and Creator of Micro-Tyco
Mick Jackson will take attendees on an inspiring entrepreneurial journey that will introduce them to the power of embedding values, entrepreneurship and social impact into Learning and Development. Mick will provide the audience with practical, implementable and inspirational take-ways relevant to their own companies and talent strategies. In this way, businesses can stay innovative, relevant and attract the best talent for the future, whilst ensuring their talent is ‘future proof.’
Trends and insights into Student Development
Hear from Tristram Hooley, Chief Research Officer, ISE who will discuss the findings of the latest ISE survey looking at Student Development
ISE member price £345 + VAT ISE non-member price £545 + VAT
Running alongside the conference will be a small focussed exhibition by suppliers who provide support to those developing early talent. Current exhibitors include: