ISE unveils line up for Student Development Conference 2018
The Institute of Student Employers has revealed the speaker line-up for its annual Student Development Conference.
Chris Baréz-Brown, author and founder of business consultancy Upping Your Elvis, will take the position of keynote speaker. His session on creative leadership will explore simple strategies to becoming a more conscious leader, ways to make work more fun and how to create an innovative working environment.
Delegates will also hear from industry experts from organisations such as Accenture, Costain and the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.
The conference will also launch the findings of the ISE Annual Student Development Survey, which charts the training and development activities of student employers. It will provide insight to the latest trends including skills gaps and retention rates.
The event will also celebrate excellence, announcing the winners of the ISE Student Development Awards.
Running alongside the conference is a development-focused exhibition with a range of suppliers that support apprentice and graduate development.
The ISE Student Development Conference takes place on 28 March 2018 at County Hall, London. Visit ise.org.uk to book a place.
ISE Chief Executive, Stephen Isherwood said: “This unique event will bring together more than 200 early talent development professionals. With keynote speakers, workshops, plenary and breakout sessions, it’s a great opportunity for employers to get up to speed on the latest trends and challenges while networking with peers.”
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