On the 30th November The Spring Project in partnership with STEP and The London Stock Exchange will be offering a day's worth of valuable job skills and employability training to unemployed graduates at The London Stock Exchange's Head Office in Paternoster Square.
Over the last three years 2,500 young unemployed people - mostly graduates - have experienced the Spring Project’s radical employability training. We consistently hear that the training is eye opening, transformative and invaluable for participants.
You are invited as a guest to attend this event from 9am-12pm and experience the training first hand. You are also invited to stay for a networking lunch with the participants and other guests and have a chance to meet and hear from the founders of The Spring Project.
What to expect....
There will be various personal development, self-awareness and insight work-shops throughout the morning focusing on three core principles:
- How to be of service - and unlock exceptional value for yourself and others.
- Responsibility - for your own thoughts and actions to determine the future you want.
- Living with integrity - being true to yourself about your brilliance and what holds you back from achieving your aspirations.
To see a short video of a similar day that The Spring Project ran then click here.
The training was created by an entrepreneur, a former global head of talent at a large corporate and an aikido master to enable people working in challenging conditions to generate outstanding results by using less effort. Successfully using similar approaches with the boards of FTSE 100 companies to Olympic athletes to high potentials, the founders have set up the Spring Project to enable catalysts of change. The founders offer this same training to unemployed graduates, free of charge, as they believe in making a difference to society by reaching out to people struggling to lay the foundation to their careers. The Spring Project is aimed at empowering unemployed graduates and young adults to become influential contributors in the world.
And we call the training radical because....
The results delivered by this training can be instantly transformational and the effects get more powerful over time. It gets to the heart of what experience shows us is really going to support someone in generating incredible results in tough conditions.
We look forward to meeting you!
"I approached this training thinking I’m going to give something back to the unemployed graduates as I have years of experience in this field. Instead, I realised the training is powerful and valuable for all attendees - graduates, employers, facilitators alike. It not only forced me to take a step back and reassess my impact on myself and others but also to review my aspirations and the paths to achieve them…to reach them without compromise." A recent employer participant
"Whenever I meet young graduates, I am struck by how simple their needs actually are, and am frustrated that they have reached this stage in their lives without having had those needs addressed. At your most recent training day, I was struck by the quality of the participants and how readily they grasped the concepts. I am sure they now have a better understanding of their own value to prospective employers, and will be in a much better position to take those next steps in their careers. It is hugely encouraging to see what you are doing at the Spring Project." A recent employer participant.
When & Where
The Spring Project
The Spring Project is a collaborative development project bringing together job seekers, recruiters and experts to provide training. It is a not-for-profit set up in January 2010.
The Spring Project supports people in enhancing their capacity, by developing their hearts and minds.
It makes world class training available to people who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford it. It supports people in learning how to create extraordinary value, enabling them to support themselves and those around them.
For more information go to www.springproject.co.uk
Past events have been attended by representatives from:
Bain, Baker & McKenzie, Bank of England, Barclays, Business in the Community, Brent Council, Centrica, Chance4Change, Childreach International, CIPD, Civil Service Fast Stream, DHL, DLA Piper, Ernst & Young, The FSA, HSBC, Institute of Civil Engineers, International Hotels Group, University of Greenwich, University of Kingston, University of London, Lambeth Council, Lloyds Register Group, Metropolitan Police, PwC, RBS, The RSA, Skills Funding Agency, Stafford Long, STEP, Tata Consultancy.