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Work in India | Connect with selected employers, alumni, current students and learn about latest employability trends

Date: 10 December 2019
Time: 11:30

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This session is run as a webinar where we are going to connect with employers and alumni via our webinar platform. You can come and attend the session in Mechanical Engineering LT B (2.37). Alternatively you can also access the webinar remotely by clicking on this webinar link 15 minutes before the session starts.

Are you interested to learn about the latest employability trends in India? What skills and competencies are currently 'in'? Hear from a successful alumni about their journey? And a current student who took part in a 3 month long internship in India?




Join us for this event to meet selected employers to hear about their employments opportunities, recruitment processes and how to best prepare for the job market in India. And hear about journeys and experiences from our successful alumni and students. 

You will be also able to learn about employability trends, data and sources to help you identify jobs in India. 

Programme: 

  1. Sannam S4 team to set the context on India, employer attitude, timings, broad do's and don'ts 
  2. An employer perspective - HexGN and SannamS4
  3. Inspirational alumni talk - Mr Ashutosh Thatte, who studied MA HRM in Leeds in 2008/9 and is currently working as a Senior Human Resources Manager for Edelman India, will be sharing his experiences of job hunting in India, tips and and advice 
  4. Final year BA Management student, Bethany Wass, will be sharing her experiences of interning in India. For more details about her experiences of working in India, have a look at this very interesting blog article

Some of the speakers will include: 

Jappreet Sethi

Jappreet is the CEO and founder of HexGn. HexGn is a community of serial entrepreneurs, industry experts, professors, and well-funded growth-stage startups. HexGn bridges the information and skill gap four people, who are looking to change their career direction by either joining sunrise industries or by becoming an entrepreneur. HexGn has trained more than 5000 entrepreneurs from 20 plus countries. Jappreet has trained and facilitated sessions in over 15 plus countries including, India, Hong Kong SAR, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Bahrain, Dubai, Kuwait, Greece, Slovenia, Croatia, Turkey, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, and France. Jappreet comes from Consulting and HR background and has been the Director of Human Resources four CBRE – South Asia, the largest real estate consulting firm globally. In his previous stints, he was the head of People and Process Consulting four Jones Lang LaSalle India, the second-largest real estate consulting and money management firm globally. He has also served on the global Diversity board four JLL, helping in pushing the agenda of diversity and inclusion in 40 plus countries globally, the Board was reporting to the Global President of HR and JLL. On the process management front, he is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and master lean practitioner four process improvement. He has led and chaired numerous process improvement, generating savings of more than $10 million. He is the founder, and lead editor of the number one ranked HR blog on google, humanresourcesblog.in, the HR Blog receives over 500,000 + hits on the web every month.

Ravneet Bassi

Ravneet is the Head of Human Capital at Sannam S4. She has over 10 years of rich HR experience across diverse industries such as management consulting, real estate, retail, power, chemicals, education, information technology, tourism and financial sector. Her areas of expertise include Business HR, Strategic HR, Talent Management, Performance Management, Learning & Development, Employee Benefits, Employee Engagement, Employee Relations and Labour Law Compliances. Prior to Sannam S4, she has worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) where she was responsible four providing HR advisory services to Government and Public Sector Units. She has been part of transformational engagements across sectors which were on Organisation Restructuring, Organisation Design, Manpower Planning, HR Policies & Processes, Performance Management and Capacity Building.

Ravneet holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering and a Master's Degree in Human Resources. She is certified in ITIL Foundation, Life Coaching, The Myers–Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and DISC personality assessment.

Susmita Sen

Susmita is an entrepreneur and OD Leader, with 18 years of work experience. Her areas of work includes partnering with clients on Organisation Design, Capacity Building, HR Transformation & Change Management, Competency Design & Skill mapping, Career Pathing, Performance Linked Rewards & Incentives, Organisation Climate Assessment & Organisation Development Interventions, Training, Assessment & Feedback. Susmita is an ICF certified Life Coach, focusing on Diversity & Leadership Coaching. She is also a POSH (Prevention of Sexual Harassment) Facilitator, empanelled on the IC (Internal Committee) of several organisations. Susmita has been instrumental in mentoring and coaching several business leaders, entrepreneurs and High Potential Executives and women leaders to support and enhance their individual growth and fulfilment. Susmita is certified in – NLP, Hogan, MBTI, Thomas Profiling, DISC Profiling, Belbin, Calliper, 360 degree feedback. She is a certified PCMM Consultant and a Leadership & Performance Enhancement facilitator and Auditor. Her signature programmes are on Emotional Intelligence, Situational/ Servant/ Transformational Leadership, Campus to Corporate, Onboarding programmes & several other Skill Building programmes.




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Jobs, Placement & Internship Searching Strategies Clinic

Date: 10 December 2019
Time: 12:00

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Are you looking for graduate jobs, internships and/or placements?

Our Job Searching Strategies Clinic will give you hints and tips on how to find graduate jobs, internships and/or placements, a chance to reflect on ways of reaching to employers/recruiters and feel confident to prepare for your next steps ahead.

By the end of the session you should feel confident and ready to have a strategy in place to search for appropriate graduate jobs, internships and/or placements?





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Class of 2020: Careers in Local Government and Politics (Webinar)

Date: 10 December 2019
Time: 13:00

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If you’re a final year student or recent graduate interested in working in a political environment, local government or the public sector this webinar, delivered by Jessica Dolphin from Leeds City Council, will help you gain an insight into:

  • What working in the local government consists of
  • The differences between working in the private and public sector, and which motivations and values suit which
  • How Jess came to work at Leeds City Council as a recent Leeds graduate, and the advice she’d give to students and graduates from her current position
  • Details about Leeds City Council’s graduate scheme, and how you can apply

About the speaker

Jess graduated from the University of Leeds in 2014 after completing her postgrad qualification and went into a graduate position on Leeds City Council’s graduate scheme. She now works as HR Service Manager at Leeds City Council where, amongst other things, she has responsibility for hiring onto the Council’s graduate scheme





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SiSExtra Workshop - EAL Support 2: How Language Works

Date: 10 December 2019
Time: 17:00

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This SiSExtra workshop follows on from the Introduction to EAL Support session but prior attendance at that is not required to sign up for this session.

This session will focus on ‘how language works’, specifically looking at ways to use the first language as a tool for learning, meta-linguistic strategies and approaches to dealing with errors in the classroom. This workshop will be of particular use to students who may be considering careers in English teaching (particularly at primary school level) or speech and language therapy, although as a large proportion of schools in Leeds and West Yorkshire have significant numbers of learners for whom English is not a first language the information in the session will be valuable to anyone currently on a school-based placement!




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Cultural Insight Wednesday

Date: 11 December 2019
Time: 12:15

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Do you have a passion for travelling and learning about new cultures? Do you want to meet new people and establish international connections? Do you want to enhance your intercultural awareness and employability skills?

Come along to this Christmas Cultural Insight Wednesday Special!

FREE Pizza and Soft drinks will be provided.

Location: Charles Thackrah Building SR 1.03

Directions for the Charles Thackrah Building can be found here



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