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Virtuali is a leadership training firm. We help companies recruit, develop, and retain emerging leaders and create a competitive advantage through their most important asset - their people.

Virtuali is a leadership training firm. We help companies recruit, develop, and retain emerging leaders and create a competitive advantage through their most important asset - their people.

Go! is an international immersion program that develops emerging leaders. For 30, 60, or 90 days, your employees will participate in an immersive leadership development program at one of our international campuses – while continuing to work full-time. Go! teaches emerging leaders the skills necessary to succeed in an increasing global and virtual world. Our custom curriculum focuses on leadership, communication, and cross-cultural fluency through a mixture of e-learning, business school partnerships, and hands-on practicums.

Please contact us today to learn more and setup a discussion with our team at info@govirtuali.com.

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  • 1. We help companies recruit, develop, and retain emerging leaders with Go! – an international immersion program that teaches leadership and cross-cultural fluency. March 2014 info@govirtuali.com
  • 2. "Your ability to attract, develop, and retain young leaders will make or break your company in 1 the coming years.”
  • 3. Millennials are now the largest segment of the U.S. labor force and will continue to grow. Millions U.S. Labor Force by Generation 75 71.8M 70 65 +30% 60 55 50 -28% 45 40 38.1M   35 30 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 Baby Boomers Gen-X Millennials Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics and Virtuali analysis. 3
  • 4. Millennials change jobs frequently, which is costly and disruptive to workforce planning. 91% of Millennials leave their jobs after 3 years.2 $24,000 1 in 2 is the average per employee cost of Millennial attrition but it can be 90-200% of annual salary.3, 4 HR execs believe that retaining top talent and developing the next generation of corporate leaders will be the greatest future HR challenges.5 4
  • 5. Millennials change jobs in pursuit of personal and professional growth. What do Millennials look for in an employer? 33% “Learning opportunities are an employers’ #1 most important asset.”6 71% “I want the opportunity to work overseas.”7 62% “Flexibility is one of an employer’s most important benefits.”8 5
  • 6. Go! provides everything Millennials are looking for in a turnkey and scalable package. Go!’s key characteristics: International Flexible Transformational Turnkey Employees live abroad for 30, 60 or 90 days. Designed for employees to continue working remotely. Immersive curriculum tailored to emerging leaders. Includes full suite of relocation services. 6
  • 7. Go!’s curriculum teaches emerging leaders to succeed in an increasingly global and virtual business environment. Leadership Assessment International Business Leading Virtual Teams Cultural Immersion 7
  • 8. Curriculum – Pre Go! Virtual Campus Pre-Go! Curriculum – Virtual Campus 29 Sun 30   6 Mon   7   13 21   27 Group Work 28     30 Remote! 201 31     Group Work 26   Pre-Trip Orientation 1     19 25 Remote! 101   Leadership Assessments & Coaching Group Work Sat 12 18 24 5 July 4th Holiday Leadership Assessments & Coaching Group Work Business Simulation Group Presentations Fri 4 11 17 23 29   10 16 Business Simulation Kick-Off Thurs   Leadership Assessments & Coaching Go! Kick Off 22 3   9 15   2       Tues 8 14 20 1 July 2014 Wed 2  Arrival in Buenos Aires   8
  • 9. Curriculum – Go! 30 Buenos Aires Campus Go! 30 Curriculum - Buenos Aires Campus 27 Sun 28   3 Mon   4 Buenos Aires Orientation 10 29 Tues   5   30 August 2014 Wed 31   6 Language & Culture Class Thurs   Language & Culture Class 11   24   14 Business Case Group Preparation Business Case Group Preparation IAE Business School: The Argentine Paradox** Language & Culture Class 19 20 21 Business Case Group Preparation Business Case Group Preparation IAE Business School: Cross-Cultural Leadership** Language & Culture Class 25 17 13 18   12 26 27 28 Business Case Group Preparation Business Case Group Preparation IAE Business School: The Bottom of the Pyramid** Language & Culture Class Sat 2 Arrival in Buenos Aires   7 Fri 1 8 Buenos Aires Orientation 9 Group Reflection Seminar 15   16 Group Reflection Seminar 22 Group Reflection Seminar 29 Group Reflection Seminar Philanthropy Activity 23 Virtual Practicum 30/31 Program Ends Return to U.S. **Requires time during regular business hours. Virtuali also provides access to ad hoc events throughout the week. 9
  • 10. A full suite of relocation services make Go! a turnkey solution for companies of all sizes. Immigration Transport Orientation Cell Phone Housing Workspace Insurance Local Support 10
  • 11. By targeting Millennials’ aspirations, Go! acts as a powerful recruitment and retention tool. Enriches corporate culture Fosters social interaction and mentorship Invests in professional and career growth Recruitment & Retention Incentivizes and rewards top performers Employs clawback provisions (optional) 11
  • 12. Go! is a unique program that provides a number of benefits over possible alternatives. Features Leadership Courses Degree Programs In-House Programs Go! International and cultural immersion Employees continue working full-time Performance incentive and reward Recruitment and retention tool Low-cost Feasible for SMBs 12
  • 13. Go! Pricing – Buenos Aires Features Go! 30 Go! 60 Go! 90 Pre-Go! Curriculum ✔   ✔   ✔   Relocation services ✔   ✔   ✔   IAE Business School classes 3 6 9 Language and culture classes 4 8 12 Virtuali practicums 1 2 3 Philanthropic activities 1 2 3 ✔   ✔   ✔   9 – 12 mo. 12 – 18 mo. 18+ mo. $7,500 $14,500 $20,000 Alumni program Recommended clawback period Program Cost* *Excludes airfare, visa and immigration fees, and living expenses. 13
  • 14. Next steps •  Complete Virtuali’s client onboarding checklist, which includes items such as: Onboarding Selection Enrollment –  Defining participant eligibility and application and/or selection process –  Setting clawback provisions (optional) –  Additional items, such as (optional) participant mentorship program •  Determine number of participants per session •  Select participants •  Enroll participants •  Make travel arrangements 14
  • 15. Our team Sean Graber, Co-founder & CEO •  Former management consultant (Deloitte) with experience in corporate strategy, corporate development, and program management •  Education: B.A., University of Virginia; M.A. University of Valencia (Spain) Kyle Borchardt, Co-founder & COO •  Sales executive with proven ability to develop/ execute sales strategy, manage sales teams, and meet aggressive sales targets •  Experience in media and enterprise software •  B.S., University of Wisconsin–Madison Andrew Upah, Co-founder & CSO •  Former management consultant (Deloitte, Accenture) specializing in HR strategy, including: talent management, organizational analysis, career pathing, and service delivery •  B.A., University of Colorado at Boulder Justin Petzold, Co-founder & Director •  Corporate attorney at Skadden Arps (current). •  Expertise includes M&A, capital markets, joint ventures, and corporate governance •  B.A., University of Wisconsin–Madison; J.D. University of Wisconsin Law School H Muir, Learning Manager •  Owner of LIFT Shop, a consulting, training, and facilitation firm •  Former Manager of L&D for MillerCoors •  Held various training and organizational development positions at S.C. Johnson ! 15
  • 16. Our advisers Paul Belliveau, Human Resources Adviser •  Senior HR leader focused on increasing the value of human capital within organizations •  Managing Director of AVANCÉ and Global HCM Adviser at BetterCollaboration.org •  Faculty Member at SNHU Alaina Love, Human Resources Adviser •  Founder of Purpose Linked Consulting •  Nationally recognized expert in leadership, purpose, and passion and author of The Purpose Linked Organization •  Previous: Executive Director of HR, Merck Ethelbert Williams, Marketing Adviser •  Expert in global integrated marketing, brand strategy, and communications planning •  Global Director, Integrated Marketing at Kimberly-Clark •  Previous: P&G, Nokia and Unilever Donna J. Malinak, Relocation Adviser •  Expert in developing employee relocation, recruitment, and retention policies for Fortune 500 companies •  Previous: CEO, Forward Mobility Bob Levenstien, Esq., Relocation Adviser •  Expert in employee relocation with a Senior Relocation Professional certification from the Employee Relocation Council. •  Previous: Managing Partner, Transition Solutions Group. 16
  • 17. Endnotes 1.  Millennials Will Soon Rule The World: But How Will They Lead?, Forbes: http://goo.gl/Dvc9AG. 2.  Job Hopping Is the 'New Normal' for Millennials, Forbes: http://goo.gl/BljKhR. 3.  The Cost of Millennial Retention Study, Millennial Branding and Beyond.com: http://goo.gl/XqdCQs. 4.  Retaining Talent: A Guide to Analyzing and Managing Employee Turnover, SHRM: http://goo.gl/qT2KkI. 5.  The Top Workplace Trends According to HR Professionals, SHRM: http://goo.gl/gkHtwP. 6.  Multi-Generational Worker Attitudes, Millennial Branding and Monster.com: http://goo.gl/zL5hoC. 7.  Millennials at work: Reshaping the workplace, PricewaterhouseCoopers: http://goo.gl/JtvJHT. 8.  Workplace Survey Shows Patterns in Flex Options, Moms Corp.: http://goo.gl/ipDIa6. 17