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Methodology of ET Young Leaders: How the process unfolded

The final Young Leaders list of 47 was picked by this CEO panel.

Updated: Dec 12, 2019, 01.16 PM IST
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Only 95 men and women made it to phase four where each was interviewed by one among ET’s panel of 11 top CEOs.
Only 95 men and women made it to phase four where each was interviewed by one among ET’s panel of 11 top CEOs.
Corporate executives aged 26-32 were eligible for participation in the ET Young Leaders programme.

The seventh edition of the programme saw nearly 26,000 working professionals competing for a spot in the coveted ranking of India’s future leaders. This included significant corporate participation with 200 companies nominating close to 2,000 candidates.

The fourpart assessment was conducted in partnership with SHL, global leader in talent innovation. Phase one consisted of an online personality-based evaluation. In phase two, shortlisted candidates were put through a series of tests: an analytical test, a verbal ability test and a personality assessment.

ET Young Leaders: Scroll Of Honour
ET Young Leaders: Scroll Of Honour

The online assessment was followed by an onground assessment, for which candidates were evaluated on group tasks, role plays and the like. Participants who qualified proceeded to the final stage. Only 95 men and women made it to phase four where each was interviewed by one among ET’s panel of 11 top CEOs.

The final Young Leaders list of 47 was picked by this CEO panel.

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