Graduates and Early in Career talent bring new ideas and offer new ways of working which can transform businesses.
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There are potential downsides to employing people that have recently left education and are entering the world of work for the first time, it is often a challenge for existing managers to lead and manage them.
The impact they can have on others in the organisation, particularly aging workforces where different mindsets and attitudes exist, can be counterproductive. We know that ‘Early in Career’ talent want to challenge the status quo and often appear to want to break the rules. In some environments this may be fine, in others, not so.
These skills and behaviours are the foundations upon which strong leadership and management is built.
Graduates require specific support and challenge in their transition from student to suit.
Richard Boot OBE DL – Managing Partner & Chairman at IRC UK Global Executive Search Partners
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