Description: Be more than just the average university graduate! You have three to four years in university to set a vision of who you can be, who you want to be and what achievements you want to attain. Then what’s next? You want to be hired by top employers upon graduation, to enjoy the perks, benefits and pay reserved for the best talents and to be given career acceleration, prioritised development and international exposure. Highly Employable Graduates, featuring graduate leaders who have made the successful transformation from the university leader into the corporate spearhead with progressive advancements in their careers, provides you with a clear cut guide on how to materialise these lofty aspirations you have in your mind. The journey to realise your true capabilities in redefining your future starts right now!
How to overcome inertia – leap out of your comfort zone to gain significant experiences and skills that are invaluable to your future employers
How you can make the seamless transition with targeted personal development and leadership experience
Howexposure to corporate communications, project and team management gives you the advantage to shine through during the selection process
From top talents from their key leadership lessons and benchmark against potential development areas you can pursue
About The Author: Jason Teoh, an AVP in Leadership Development with Malaysia’s largest multinational conglomerate, has been involved in leadership development since 1998 in a career that has spanned 15 countries and 3,500 leaders from all levels. He has helmed multiple roles from a youth leader at national and international level, regional business analyst, general manager, entrepreneur, trainer and assessor. Stacy Tan, a professional in the education industry, works closely with graduates and young professionals in identifying their career options, aligning their values and aspirations with their personal development and helping provide support in pursuing individual growth. Prior to her current portfolio, she pursued a career with a global cosmetics giant for six years in corporate communications and regional corporate relations.