All the workshops are held in small groups. This permits a valuable exchange of information between participants. You also have an opportunity to expand your network within a professional environment. You practice and consolidate the knowledge acquired in group work and presentations while at the same time benefiting from the other participants.
The workshops can also be attended by people who are not completing a New Placement programme.
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In their daily work, people often need to make a good impression quickly so that their interlocutor remembers them in a favourable light. But how should you really set about realizing correct networking?
Making professional use of the social network for business purposes is a key competence nowadays. The social media now play an indispensable role in communication and the interactive exchange of information. The challenge is establishing interesting and correct attributes to draw the attention of businesses, professionals, clients and human resource managers to you.
The job interview is a particularly important step towards recruitment.
Professional preparation, the necessary self-confidence and familiarity with the relevant contents will help you to convince your interlocutor.
Because of the demographic, socio-cultural and economic trends, an increasing number of professionals who are “50 or over” have to confront their professional situation actively and look for new prospects either voluntarily or because of circumstances.
The 50Plus workshop is intended for professionals who wish to obtain pragmatic information about the specific features of the over 50 job market and gain an in-depth understanding of themselves and the opportunities available to them through individual and group work.
Due to the particular requirements of the Swiss job market, which differs from the international one, we will look at global and Swiss job search strategies for Swiss and foreign based international companies in Switzerland. The workshop is in English.