Deloitte National Leadership Conference Participant (Summer 2017 Columbus)
Ready to learn what makes a great leader? An effective leader brings teamwork, a vision, and a strong sense of quality and integrity to everything they do. Deloitte's National Leadership Conference (DNLC) helps shape today's brightest minds into tomorrow's business leaders. Our multi-day conference connects students from colleges and universities across the country and professionals from Deloitte US Firms. During the conference, you'll build your leadership, strategic thinking, and creative problem-solving skills in workshops and networking activities at Deloitte University in Westlake, Texas.
What You'll Do
As a DNLC participant, you'll hone your leadership skills, learn what it means to be a part of our organization, and engage in hands-on activities that promote collaboration, personal branding, and the overall client experience. You'll also meet students from around the country who share similar goals and interests and build the foundation for a strong professional network.
Skills You'll Build
At the Deloitte National Leadership Conference, you'll receive formal and informal mentorship and training. Our leadership workshops and networking activities provide a view into the technical skills, critical professional behaviors, standards, and mindsets needed to succeed as a business leader. During the conference, you'll participate in team-based exercises, gain valuable first-hand experience while working on real-world business challenges, and meet a diverse group of talented students and Deloitte team members. Learn more about the Deloitte National Leadership Conference.
- Pursing a Bachelor degree in a business, accounting, technology or related field (sophomore or junior standing)
- Strong academic credentials (minimum GPA of 3.3)
- Demonstrated problem solving skills
- Effective interpersonal and communication skills; adaptive to change, creativity & self-confidence; leadership qualities; team-oriented and collaborative
Who You'll Meet
During the DNLC conference, you'll meet other talented college and university students at leadership workshops and networking activities. You'll gain first-hand exposure to the qualities that make great leader and gain keen insights from innovative professionals working at US Deloitte Firms across the country.
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There will be a lot to see, do and take in, so your time will be at a premium. To ensure you get the most out of the event, we advise you to do some research; think how you can stand out from the crowd and get yourself noticed. Prepare your personal elevator speech; simple messaging that communicates in less than three minutes how and why a company should hire you. Check out tips from Deloitte professionals to help you prepare.
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