Talent Development Programme
The Schenker UK Talent Development Programme (TDP) aims at talented employees at the start of their professional growth, having high potential within either the leadership or the expertise scope.
Talent development programmes are just one example of positive and useful ways Schenker Ltd nurtures and helps its employee’s progress. Although there is training for all employees as well as further individual training, the Schenker UK Talent Development Programme (TDP) is aimed at talented employees who are at a relatively initial stage of their professional growth, having high potential to become either great leaders or superlative experts.
Group of participants of the talent development programme in 2011
The main objectives of the programme is to further the early development of high potential employees so that vacancies requiring leadership, management and specialised skills can be filled internally by ready and motivated employees.
Talent Development, as part of Human Resource Development, is the process of changing an organization, its employees and the group of people within it, using planned and unplanned learning processes, in order to achieve and maintain a competitive advantage for the organization.
Particiants developing communication skills with teamwork
The objectives of the programme are to identify, develop, motivate and retain talented employees. The process of selecting the talents for the programme is nominations from our managers which are then compiled by HR and reviewed by the Board.
- Communication Skills
- Conflict Management
- Presentation Skills
- Team Theory
- Change Management
- Company & Industry Awareness
- Basic Business Knowledge
Apprenticeships with Carl Hobbis, Marketing & Communications Manager, at the multimodal exhibition 2011
The programme is implemented to focus on the early development stages of a talented employee’s career, addressing subjects equally important from the leadership and the expertise perspectives. The programme is also used to introduce the overall national operations as well as Schenker as a global organisation.
Last modified: 30.01.2012