Transitioning from university to the workplace can be a daunting experience for fresh graduates. 

The challenges are often about adapting to office culture and managing generational differences. For employers, having a robust orientation programme will help young hires assimilate quickly. 

In its first year, this half day programme helps graduates and soon-to-be graduates make career choices, find their fit, and gain a headstart.

You will explore work-life dilemmas and refer to the works of foremost Harvard professor on innovation, Clayton Christensen, and Professor Carol Dweck at Stanford University on growth mindset. 

A certificate of participation is awarded for completing the programme.

Programme goals

  • Help participants transition to a job environment with ease
  • Gain more awareness about the impact of behaviour on others
  • Equip participants with tools to think critically

Learning outcomes

  • How to manage generational differences
  • How to accelerate your career and earn early promotion
  • A framework to make career and life decisions

Who is right

  • Fresh graduates
  • Graduating students


Noelle Lim is a Director of BFM-Edge Education. She was VP of corporate communications at DBS Bank Singapore, and prior to that, a presenter and first employee at BFM 89.9 where she was instrumental in establishing the station's straight-talking reputation. She was also a contributor to Forbes Asia and The Edge, and had worked with OSK Investment Bank, the Securities Commission, and Arthur Andersen & Co in various roles - strategy, corporate finance, and audit. She is a Fellow of the Eisenhower Fellowships US; Temasek Foundation's Asia Journalism Fellowship in Singapore; and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW). She graduated with a BSc Accounting (1:1) from the University of Hull under a full scholarship.

Full Price (inclusive GST)

RM 1060.00

Early Bird Price (inclusive GST)

RM 530.00

Early Bird Deadline

29 July 2017 (Saturday)

Registration Deadline

12 August 2017 (Saturday)

The deadline for this registration has passed.

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