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Leadership Development Rotation Program Our Leadership Development Rotation Program (LDRP) is designed specifically for highly talented MBA candidates who have a strong desire to test the limits of their abilities and enhance their leadership potential. The LDRP puts you in the middle of the action – in strategic positions with frequent exposure to company leaders, core businesses, and technologies – where you can make meaningful contributions to the company and to the lives of patients worldwide.
Raytheon builds talent through a two-year, rotational Leadership Development Program (LDP) designed to provide challenging opportunities within a wide variety of disciplines.
Leadership development and rotational programs provide you with in-depth experiences, ongoing mentorship, and targeted training across a range of business areas within a company. Companies usually use these types of programs to hire interns or post-graduates and train them through rotational programs (i. e. rotating through different parts of a company) or specific, structured training programs. The goal is to recruit and develop leaders for their organization.