Leadership Development

At P&G, we’re committed to individual development planning in a very personalised way that enables you to continually grow into a world-class leader in your industry. Whether you’re a student, graduate, or experienced professional, you won’t experience any rotational programs or gradual onboarding here. Instead, from Day 1, you’ll be able to dive into the meaningful work that makes an impact on our leading brands, the world, and your career.

We know everyone wants to learn and grow in their careers. With the support of our leadership pillars, you’ll be able to take the lead in your own development in order to achieve your peak potential.

"I was making an impact to the business and the brand"

I joined P&G as an intern, working for Pampers. On my Day 1, I was given a project to bring a marketing strategy for new product line-up launch. I was the project leader – I led consumer understanding work to understand their needs and behaviors.

I met creative agencies, customers, and P&G people across functions – I was involved in the entire chain of initiative, from Day 1.

Youhwan, Brand Manager

 

"I presented to executive boards before my first year was complete." 

I was very surprised to see how I was empowered to speak up in the team. I was not only talking to P&G leaders but also with the CEO of customers as a P&G representative, discussing the future retail solutions. My ideas were brought to life and made an impact on the business. I was invited to Singapore to present my learning in front of APAC executive boards. All of this happened within my first year in P&G.

Gunhee, Sales Account Manager

 

"I've learned a whole new area of engineering thanks to P&G"

P&G has given me ample opportunity to grow my knowledge and skills. I studied electrical engineering and now I'm in mechanical engineering—I’ve essentially learned a completely new field of technology. Here, if you're passionate about something and it benefits the business, you have the freedom to develop and grow into that area.

From working on manufacturing equipment to developing new technology within R&D to setting up new facilities from scratch, there are so many areas to explore.

Theresa, Process Engineer