THE VETERAN COMBINE
The Veteran Combine is an opportunity for companies to enhance their new hire process with US military veterans currently in college. The students showcase their strengths and leadership skills as they compete in eSports-like computer games. The model resembles the NFL Combine, where NFL team scouts watch and identify the best college football players during practice sessions. Our Combine allows you to observe the students in real-time strategy simulations. Watch them work together, lead, communicate, manage resources and strategize. See the “whole” person under pressure, find out who is the “best fit” and most compatible with your culture! This is your opportunity to mitigate the risks of a bad hire while discovering rock stars! Marketing and branding benefits are included.
ENHANCE YOUR HIRING PROCESS
BENEFIT #1: THE “WHOLE” CANDIDATE
See the behaviors, strengths and qualities not apparent in a resume or job interview. “Try before you buy” is the idea. See and hear each candidate exercise their strengths in a team setting. Feel the energy they promote. Answer this question with evidence: Is this person compatible with our values and culture?
Boost current hiring process
Uncover “rock star” candidates
Reduce risk of bad hire
BENEFIT #2: INCREASE THEIR VALUE
The Veteran Combine helps the students retain the leadership knowledge and expertise gained during their service. It also helps them better align them to the needs of the corporate world. This is your opportunity to acquire new talent with an immediate boost to their potential effectiveness and overall value.
Support military-civilian transition
Improve critical leader competencies
Increase overall leader bench-strength
BENEFIT #3: REINFORCE BRAND
The Veteran Combine is a one-of-a-kind experience, integrating leadership education with eSports like competition. The student-veterans get a first-class education to help them succeed in the world. As a sponsor, gain new exposure to reinforce your brand as an innovator and a Best Places to work.
Appeal directly to new workforce talent
Better compete against talent magnets
Project culture as a Best Places