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Case study: Using mentoring and coaching as tools to engage and develop early talent

14 Feb 2019
15:20-15:50
The Montcalm, 2 Wallenberg Place, Marylebone, London, W1H 7TN
Julie Broad, Rolls-Royce
Company Graduate Development Manager, Rolls-Royce

Case study: Using mentoring and coaching as tools to engage and develop early talent

Julie Broad – Company Graduate Development Manager at Rolls Royce.

Developing resilience and a growth mindset in early talent is essential to help them grow, engage and retain them – coaching and mentoring are powerful tools to support their development and well-being.

Session title: Using mentoring and coaching as tools to engage and develop early talent

This case study will show you a practical example of:

  • implementing internal coaching and mentoring programmes for new talent
  • ensuring your early talent get the right support to reach their full potential
  • increasing your early talent capabilities while developing your existing workforce