An Inclusive Approach to Career Development for Young Professionals

Thursday, March 23, 2023

Young professionals are the future of any organisation. It is therefore important to hire, nurture and develop young professionals to ensure the success and growth of your organisation as a whole.


Young professionals are now more skilled and knowledgeable than ever before, they come equipped with talent and potential and are acutely aware of the standards they expect from employers. Taking an inclusive approach to career development for young professionals will allow you to demonstrate your commitment to their growth in a way that promotes the best of their skills and abilities and retain potential future leaders of your organisation.

What will you learn

  • Why is it important to prioritise career development for young professionals?
  • What young professionals are expecting from employers
  • How to create an inclusive approach to career development for young professionals

Who is this for?

  • Inclusion and diversity professionals
  • HR business partners
  • HR managers
  • Line managers

Book Your Place

  • If you are unsure about how to book onto a webinar, click here for an instructional video.
  • Inclusive Employers Members can join online or dial in to all webinars, accessing up to five places per member, per webinar, for free – please ensure you are logged in to your Inclusive Employers account to see the free ticket option. 
  • Non-members can book onto these webinars for £89 + VAT per place, per webinar. Members can purchase extra places, on top of the five free already allocated, at a discounted price of £79 + VAT.
  • Alternatively, members and non-members can also buy an in-house package for up to 300 people per webinar, to be run whenever you like. Email to enquire.
  • Please note: we do not supply recordings or slides for our webinars to members or non-members unless there are extenuating circumstances.
  • If you have any questions about this event or have any accessibility requirements, contact