Published on March 16, 2016
1. - Ana Saldarriaga Global President AIESEC @AIESEC Marija Milanovic Global Recruitment Nokia @Nokia Reducing the Gap Between Young Talents & Private Sector
2. Today’s generation of youth — the largest the world has ever known, and the vast majority of whom live in developing countries — has unprecedented potential to advance the well- being of the entire human family. Yet too many young people, including those who are highly educated, suffer from low-wage, dead-end work and record levels of unemployment. - Ban-Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations
3. How to recruit the best talent?
4. How to develop the best talent? …and the role of technology to make it massive, simple and adaptable
5. AIESEC’s purpose Leadership Qualities take a global internship and/or create those opportunities • Self-awareness • Solution oriented • Empower others • Global citizens
6. How to develop young talents? Youth Speak Survey What is driving young people in life? How would they like to be engaged? What is the future of the workplace? AIESEC Programs How do we ensure opportunities for as many young people to explore their leadership potential? Our Partners How can we deliver value to our parters and together bridge the gap between young talents and private sector? Leadership Development Opportunities Understanding Youth Partnering for Impact
7. - How can we evolve higher education to become more effective at meeting the needs of students and employers?
8. - How can we ensure that students transition from education to employment successfully?
9. - How can we harness youth potential in the workplace and make sure young talents thrive in private sector?
10. Examples of modern Leaders in the eyes of Millennials 7,8% 4,5% 3,4% 2,6% 2,5% 1,9% 1,6% 1,3% 1,2% 1,0%
11. Millennials a significantly motivated by their ability to keep learning and be challenged. They see learning as a continuous life-long journey.
12. Globally mobile workforce that values learning experiences over traditional benefits like salary. Millennials as World Citizens 24 16 15 11 10 8 5 4 4 0 7.5 15 22.5 30 Global Opportunities Constant Learning Meaningful Work Challenging Work Work-life Balance Training Opportunities Strong Employer Brand Salary Alignment with Study What is most important to you in the first 5 years of your career? With an emphasis on global opportunities, meaningful work and constant learning, young people today form a
13. Millennials are a purposeful generation. They a strongly influenced by an organization’s reputation and actions as a positive contributor to society.
14. 19 18 13 12 9 6 5 4 4 4 3 3 0 5 10 15 20 Working for a multinational company Running my own business / start-up In an NGO/IGO Organisation I am not sure yet Studying for an advanced degree Freelancing / Self-employed Working in Large National Business Other Working in Politics / Government Joining a start-up Pursuing Academic Career Working in an established SME % of respondents If you followed your passions, where would you find yourself 5 years from now? Where millennials want to work
15. “Millennials are quick to react negatively to any perceived disconnect between the firm’s words and its actions. If they don’t believe us they leave.” - Bob Moritz, U.S. chairman and senior partner of PwC, HBR article “Keeping millennials engaged”
16. What’s the ideal workplace for millennials?
17. Creative, challenging, fun. The ideal workplace for young millennials 43 37 31 30 29 29 29 24 24 22 22 17 17 16 10 8 8 8 8 7 6 5 2 2 2 1 0 12.5 25 37.5 50 Creative Challenging Fun Global Dynamic Purposeful Dynamic Supportive Flexible Diverse Rewarding Practical Entrepreneurial Democratic Serious Local Large Informal Analytic Busy Inclusive National Other Theoretical Small Rigid % of respondents What keywords describe your ideal workplace?
18. Practical experiences that Millennials want to live the most in order to grow professionally and personally
19. Three things that Millennials would do if they could be paid for anything* *Based on the keywords search analysis
20. For millennials, workplaces are more than just a place to work. It is a place where great things can happen if you create the experiences and spaces than enable it.
21. Authenticity Opportunity Talent Growth
22. How to recruit the best talent? …and the role of technology to make it massive, simple and adaptable
25. AIESEC’s purpose Leadership Qualities take a global internship and/or create those opportunities • Self-awareness • Solution oriented • Empower others • Global citizens Uniquen ess
26. - Ana Saldarriaga Global President AIESEC @AIESEC Marija Milanovic Global Recruitment Nokia @Nokia Reducing the Gap Between Young Talents & Private Sector
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