Network Capital’s mission is to democratize inspiration and offer the best possible career guidance to everyone. As part of our charter, we aspire to share interesting professional development opportunities for our members.

Given the context, we are pleased to share details of the The Economic Times Young Leaders program is a platform for identifying and rewarding India’s most promising young managers in the age group of 26 to 32 years.

Launched in 2011, ETYL has set the benchmark for identifying corporate India’s future leaders. The programme evaluates ambitious, young working professionals between 26 and 32 years of age, on the basis of different leadership parameters set by knowledge partner SHL, a global leader in leadership assessment, Over 1,23,000 young corporate managers have participated in the programme over the last five editions. Of them, only 185 men and women have earned themselves the prestigious title of ET Young Leader.

Participants have to clear three rounds that test them on personality, numeric, analytical and logical thinking, and problem-solving skills in teams – before meeting a jury of blue-chip CEOs for exclusive one-on-one interviews.

The program is recognised by corporate India as the gold standard to identify future leaders of India Inc.

This is the link to apply: https://goo.gl/xy8g8h

Apply before august 13

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