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Nov 17, 2022
Talking points Your own experience counts – even early in your career, your lived experience and perspective add value for employers. To climb the ladder, find ways to understand the whole business, beyond your job description. Investing in people and being genuinely interested in them can build a strong company culture. Advertisement As a graduate hired to work in the Tim Tam marketing team, Damien Grew was well aware he was working on one of Australia’s most loved brands. “It has been an incredible opportunity, particularly this early in my career. The novelty is definitely not lost on me,” he says. Graduate Damien Grew landed a job on the Tim Tams marketing team. Credit:Edwina Pickles Admittedly, the job has earned him a few new friends, all keen for free Tim Tams. But for Grew, the benefits of working at Arnotts goes well beyond free biscuits. “I’ve been able to learn from some of the best marketers in the business and observe just how much goes into bringing new innovations to life,” he says. With skilled employees in high demand in Australia’s tough labour market, employers are working harder than ever to differentiate themselves to retain talent. Arnotts started its graduate program two years ago, and this year Grew was selected from 30 graduates to participate in a unique development opportunity – a three-month secondment shadowing the CEO of the Arnotts Group, George Zoghbi. He even travelled to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia with the leadership team to attend a board meeting. “I saw firsthand the high level of collaboration between the board and our leadership team and recognise how these decisions, once made, are funnelled down to individuals like myself,” Grew says. Grew was particularly keen to use the opportunity to discover how Zoghbi gets his team to work towards a shared vision. “Any time you cross paths with George on the office floor he greets you by name. He’s accessible, and he invests in his people on a personal level,” he says. Advertisement The unique development experience also left Grew with confidence in his ability to make a difference. “Despite being a grad, and only a few months out of university, George has made me feel like I have a valuable contribution to make. Each one of us comes to our roles, irrespective of our years of experience, with lived experience and perspectives, and I now recognise how valuable that can be.“ Training and development opportunities vary widely between organisations. Arnotts is not the only employer thinking creatively about what might work for their people. The team of twenty at Sydney-based Taurus Marketing are offered personal brand sessions, mentoring from founder and CEO Sharon Williams, and personal executive coaches. Grew (right) scored a valuable development opportunity when he was invited to spend three months shadowing Arnotts CEO George Zoghbi (left). “I run Taurus to build people, brands and businesses, so it’s my mission to build careers and success. At Taurus, I take people on and help them realise their dreams to guide them into becoming exactly who they want to be,” she says. Loading At PwC Australia, events like SXSW, TEDx and Coachella inspired a six-month highly experiential learning experience called “The Outside”. It features webcasts, podcasts and a book club with books on thinking differently, before culminating in an exclusive, three-night festival-style event. PwC Australia’s Head of People and Culture, Catherine Walsh, says The Outside was a chance for their people to learn about themselves, connect to colleagues and develop their skills. “It is a completely unique experience around building curiosity and integrating lifelong learners rather than doing what is required for the next job. It is a radical investment in our people, how to think differently about creating the next generation of leaders, plus reward recognition,” she says. In terms of the response at least, the investment seems to have paid off. “We’ve been blown away with the feedback and positive advocacy. The impact of world-class keynotes, mixed with deep immersive experiences, art installations, music and entertainment, in a purpose-built environment is unlike anything our people have experienced,” Walsh says. Save
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Taurus Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Taurus founded?
Taurus was founded in 2018.
Where is Taurus's headquarters?
Taurus's headquarters is located at 11 rue d’Italie, Geneve.
What is Taurus's latest funding round?
Taurus's latest funding round is Series A.
How much did Taurus raise?
Taurus raised a total of $11M.
Who are the investors of Taurus?
Investors of Taurus include Arab Bank Switzerland, Lombard Odier and Tezos Foundation.
Who are Taurus's competitors?
Competitors of Taurus include M1xchange.
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