International training for enterprise-winning industrial competition of best practices for working with young professionals "Atomoteka"
On June 2nd-8th, 2013, Rosatom Nuclear Energy State Corporation employees who had won Atomoteka, the professional competition in best practices for working with talents, visited the leading energy companies in France and Germany.
The international learning expedition organized by the Rosatom Corporate Academy and the International Association of Corporate Education (MAKO) has gathered 11 representatives of various departments of the state corporation, including one overseas. "It gives hope for the spread of best European practices in the different business units of the nuclear power industry," said Tatiana Krasnikova, Head of Division for Cooperation with Universities and Talents of the company's corporate academy.
During the course of the program the participants shared experiences with the HR and marketing experts of EDF, Alstom, DAHER and E.ON, met with representatives of the Association of German Engineers (VDI) and the high-tech companies (DLR, Heraeus, Man). In addition, Rosatom delegates worked on the case study of the U.S. oil company Valero Energy Corporation, participated in the training modules, prepared in conjunction with Audencia, one of the leading business schools in Europe, and the engineering school ?cole Centrale, examined the cutting-edge practices in employer branding, cooperation with universities and young professionals.
Key Topics Addressed
- Cooperation between corporations, educational institutions and student communities, establishing corporate training and research centers at the universities;
- Corporate culture and its role in talent retention;
- Employer brand development;
- Planning staffing demands and allocation of target audiences;
- Talent recruitment: selection methods, use of testing as selection method and database of candidates;
- Graduate development programs.
Upon completing the analysis of the program's results, Rosatom experts will select the most successful and effective practices of their European colleagues, and recommend them for implementation in the nuclear industry.
Based on http://www.rosatom-academy.org/news/events/atomoteka_stazhirovka/ materials.
ABOUT THE PROJECT
- Negotiations with European companies and learning partners;
- Program development and customization;
- Daily training support, including introductory and final sessions;
- Development of learning tools and materials;
- Analytical report on the results of the program with the generalization of best practices and recommendations for their implementation in given business environment;
- Logistics support;
- Cultural program organization;
- Visa support;
- Organization of consecutive and simultaneous interpretation during the visit.
- 2 countries: France and Germany;
- 2 cities: Paris and Dusseldorf;
- 8 European companies;
- 13 speakers: best practicing experts in talent development and employer branding;
- Daily team building: joint visits to the iconic gastronomical and historical sites, informal communication and development of the participants' creative potential.
Request to Realization Time — 2 months.
Project Manager: Natalia MAYER.