Engage…Engage…Engage, the critical component to any impactful presentation. Come learn with KPMG the tips and tricks on how to engage your audience to have them inspired and captivated from start to finish!
There is limited room in students’ minds for a seemingly unlimited number of employer brands and opportunities.
As the student recruitment marketplace continues to tighten, which strategies will prove most effective for differentiating your brand and making more impactful connections with students in the 2020s?
This workshop will be a facilitated discussion among all the participants and presenters around 10 key success factors. Strategies discussed will include the development of elite leadership programs; optimizing campus events; focusing on engagement over retention; and making your brand (any brand) famous.
From offer deadlines and virtual interviewing to info sessions and interaction with recruiters, students have provided clear clues on what influences their “make or break” decisions about employers. For many candidates, there is only once chance to get it right. Hear about a Top 10 list of behaviors that cause the Rise and Fall of preferred employers among top students.
Investing in Campus Talent with the Unexpected Professor Podcast Series: A unique and differentiated learning and development opportunity
At PepsiCo, we believe in the importance of tapping into the diverse thinking and perspectives of unexpected sources. In fact, it’s something we do every day to spur innovation, create new products, and build employee skills. We shared this unique approach with campus talent through our Unexpected Professor podcast! We chose skills that will propel students forward in education and career such as: becoming a great collaborator, honing your time-management skills and mastering the first impression. We partnered with unexpected, yet undeniable, “professors.” These thought leaders discuss best practices, strategies, and approaches for specific topics, using their insight to create lessons students can use & apply in the “real world.”
Mary Scott will present the findings of the just-released campus-based study ‘Revisiting High Touch/High Tech: What Students Value – and Why’’. Topics include: the value of current recruitment practices, tools and techniques; the impact of recruitment execution, both high touch and high tech; and the factors that influence students’ perceptions of employer authenticity. Quantitative and qualitative data will be presented to document what students value [and don’t] – and WHY – during their job search experience.
Campus Recruiting Forum 2020
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