As vice president of financial leadership development and human resources at General Electric, Peter Mondani is responsible for recruiting, assessing, and developing future finance leaders. And for entry-level and continuing education for the company’s 16,000-plus finance employees. And for executive assessment, succession planning, and compensation planning for finance executives. And for HR leadership for the asset management, corporate finance, controllership, licensing and trading, tax, treasury, and global business services functions. Mondani recently sat down with CFO to talk about how the company recruits and develops its finance staff.
The GE Japan Leadership Program office will visit eight cities in the U.S. and Europe to meet students in the area. This event is for GE’s premier Leadership Programs in Financial Management, Human Resources, Information Management, Risk Management, Operation Management, Sales & Marketing and Engineering functions. If you are thinking about a leadership program position, apply below!
GE’s entry-level leadership programs offer recent college graduates top development opportunities that combine real-world experience with formal classroom study. These programs cover everything from IT to engineering to finance. Through a series of rotating assignments – typically over a period of two years – new professionals receive accelerated development, world-class mentors, and global networking that cuts across all GE’s businesses. GE’s leadership programs are as important to a student’s personal brand as a college degree.
Although the majority of roles with GE Canada for the upcoming year have now been filled (there are still a few available, though), the late fall/early winter is a great time for students to start preparing for next year’s round of hiring. We asked Valela about GE Canada’s renowned leadership programs, which the company offers in almost every single one of its divisions.
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