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15 November 2022

Project ‘Personnel Reserve 2022-2023’ Launched at FinU

On November 11, 2022, a solemn event was held at the FinU which was dedicated to the launch of the project “Personnel Reserve 2022-2023” – a program for training managers to implement initiatives aimed at the FinU development. 

New members of the personnel reserve, who have passed a difficult selection, will have to study and develop projects aimed at achieving the strategic goals of the FinU. This year, 48 people from Moscow and the regions became participants of the program.

 

The solemn meeting was opened by Eduard Sukhov, HR Director of the FinU, who noted the importance of the personnel reserve.

 

New program participants were welcomed by Stanislav Prokofiev, FinU Rector. In his address, the Rector stressed the importance of the personnel reserve mechanism, its development and providing participants with opportunities for self-realization. 

 

“The Personnel Reserve project is a response to the challenges facing the HR service and the FinU administration. This is still a new phenomenon for the University community. It is gratifying that FinU is among the leaders in the formation and use of new HR technologies,” said Stanislav Prokofiev.

 

Speaking about the project objectives, he highlighted such areas as the development of FinU administration personnel, the possibility of implementing relevant projects, and providing a platform for self-presentation and self-development of FinU faculty and staff.

 

“I congratulate you on being included in the personnel reserve of the FinU, I hope that this initiative will open up new opportunities for you,” FinU Rector concluded his speech.

 

In a solemn atmosphere, FinU Rector presented the participants of the FinU Personnel Reserve with welcome letters. Stanislav Prokofiev also awarded the team-winner of the project of 2021 “Development of the FinU Export Potential”, carried out under the leadership of the Head of the Department of International Cooperation Lilia Prikhodko. Traditionally, the winners receive a certificate for an internship at a Russian or foreign university.

 

During the event, the participants asked the Rector questions about the role of the personnel reserve in education in general, the prospects for the development of educational programs in the FinU branches and the possibilities of introducing individual educational trajectories in the vocational education system, and also learned more about the history, traditions and prospects for the development of the Personnel Reserve project.

 

Participants who have completed project activities are enrolled in the personnel reserve. They will be involved in solving university-wide project and strategic tasks, participate in a mentoring program, act as curators of reservists in the learning process and complete final practical tasks. They also have the right to participate in the events of the personnel reserve.