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Daisy Group launches new talent development programme

Published: Tuesday, 14 June 2016   Category: All Graduate Jobs News

The Daisy Group has launched a brand-new talent development programme designed to improve the careers of its graduates.

The leading provider in the IT services and telecoms industry will offer a 12-month programme amongst some of the UK’s most high-profile businesses.

Emerging talent will be given everything they need, including encouragement, support and direction, to reach their full potential.

What is involved in the process?

During the first six months of the process, 20 participants will take part in Million Makers – a fundraising challenge in the style of Dragon’s Den, that partners with the Prince’s Trust charity.

All the graduates are allocated a senior business mentor from Daisy’s leadership team, combined with access to training focused on developing key business skills.

Daisy Group, was formed in 2001 and has grown into the UK’s largest independent provider, with 60,000 direct customers, 1,500 partners, 3,700 employees, and 30 locations nationwide.

The programme was designed so that, upon completion of the 12 months, candidates feel confident about guiding their own careers and have a thorough understanding of what they need to do in order to reach their goals.

Attracting a range of talent

Daisy Group called for candidates from far and wide, and managed to attract 120 employees with university degrees. That number has now been cut down to 20 that represent a wide range of different skillsets and specialist knowledge.

The scheme hopes to demonstrate the company’s level of commitment to developing careers that are extremely successful and rewarding.

Alongside the new programme, the company also operates a graduate scheme that runs for a two-year period, which allows those on the course to spend three months operating in each of the organisation’s key departments.

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