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Help Young Talent Develop a Professional Mindset

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  • A PROFESSIONAL MINDSET HELP YOUNG TALENT DEVELOPDEVELOP
  • WHAT BUSINESS LEADERS EXPECT VS WHAT RECENT GRADUATES OFFER
  • THE CHALLENGETHE CHALLENGE
  • Hay Group surveyed 450 business leaders and 450 recent graduates based in India, the US, and China. A massive 76% of managers reported that entry-level workers and recent grads are not ready for their jobs.
  • Skills New Professionals Have
  • Skills New Professionals Have ambition
  • Skills New Professionals Have commitment ambition
  • Skills New Professionals Have commitment ambition passion
  • Skills New Professionals Have commitment ambition passion tech smarts
  • Skills New Professionals Have intelligence commitment ambition passion tech smarts
  • Skills New Professionals Lack
  • Skills New Professionals Lack intelligence commitment ambition passion tech smarts soft skills
  • New grads don’t value emotional intelligence’s role in professional environments. And we know these qualities are necessary for strong motivation, sustained focus, and productive collaboration.
  • • Collaborative • Adaptable • Resilient • Open to Diversity • Cool-Headed • Empathetic • Clear Communicator • Good Listener • Self-Disciplined
  • THE FINDINGSTHE FINDINGS
  • THE GRADUATE’S MINDSET
  • THE GRADUATE’S MINDSET 69% believe soft skills get in the way of doing their job well.
  • THE GRADUATE’S MINDSET 69% believe soft skills get in the way of doing their job well. 70% believe their technical skills are more valuable than their soft skills. 69% believe soft skills get in the way of doing their job well. 70% believe their technical skills are more valuable than their soft skills.
  • THE LEADER’S MINDSET
  • THE LEADER’S MINDSET 91% believe employees with refined soft skills advance faster.
  • THE LEADER’S MINDSET 91% believe employees with refined soft skills advance faster. 85% see technical skills as the basic necessity for new hires, while soft skills are what set them apart.
  • THE LEADER’S MINDSET 91% believe employees with refined soft skills advance faster. 85% see technical skills as the basic necessity for new hires, while soft skills are what set them apart. 90% believe employees with strong soft skills deliver a better commercial impact.
  • THE SOLUTIONTHE SOLUTION
  • PROMOTE SELF-REGULATION
  • PROMOTE SELF-REGULATION The signifiers of emotional self-regulation are easily identified. A person who knows how to self-regulate possesses:
  • acceptance of uncertainty and change PROMOTE SELF-REGULATION The signifiers of emotional self-regulation are easily identified. A person who knows how to self-regulate possesses:
  • acceptance of uncertainty and change integrity — specifically, the ability to say no to impulsive urges PROMOTE SELF-REGULATION The signifiers of emotional self-regulation are easily identified. A person who knows how to self-regulate possesses:
  • an inclination towards reflection and thoughtfulness acceptance of uncertainty and change integrity — specifically, the ability to say no to impulsive urges PROMOTE SELF-REGULATION The signifiers of emotional self-regulation are easily identified. A person who knows how to self-regulate possesses:
  • TEACH TIME MANAGEMENT
  • TEACH TIME MANAGEMENT Introduce specific time management methods. When you’re interrupted, practice asking yourself: Can this wait? You’ll find that the answer is almost always Yes. Communicate this clearly — and kindly.
  • CREATE A MENTOR PROGRAM
  • CREATE A MENTOR PROGRAM This is an opportunity for new grads to:
  • CREATE A MENTOR PROGRAM make connections This is an opportunity for new grads to:
  • CREATE A MENTOR PROGRAM practice face-to-face communication make connections This is an opportunity for new grads to:
  • CREATE A MENTOR PROGRAM practice face-to-face communication make connections hear interesting career stories This is an opportunity for new grads to:
  • CREATE A MENTOR PROGRAM practice face-to-face communication make connections hear interesting career stories see another aspect of the organization This is an opportunity for new grads to:
  • CREATE A MENTOR PROGRAM practice face-to-face communication make connections hear interesting career stories see another aspect of the organization get a big picture perspective This is an opportunity for new grads to:
  • LEARN MORELEARN MORE
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