New Horizons and CompTIA are delighted to announce a new keynote webinar series, which will feature two high-end, and highly qualified speakers, Eric O'Neill and Dan Goods.
In a world where digital is quickly becoming the reality, deal with the integration between digital and traditional is not an easy task. Leaders need to be prepared and ready to make decisions fast in a continuously moving environment. The circle of interconnectivity which places information, people, experiences and connections at our fingertips, just add more challenge to the game. Overcome the situation requires a constant learning approach and a mindset ready to adapt to the new situations.
Online communication is part of our daily routine, it doesn’t matter the platform, at some point you will face the situation where you need to connect to Skype to attend an interview or a business meeting, for example. When it comes to the recruitment process about 70% of the companies conduct part of their hiring program using Skype or other online meeting application.
Project Management roles are more relevant than ever in the market, not just for IT companies, but for every company that want to keep their projects running smoothly and achieve their goals. In this context PRINCE2 is one of the most used methodologies in Europe for Project Managers whose want to guarantee their chances of succeeding. PRINCE2 certified Project Managers have great knowledge of the principles, processes, themes, techniques and roles in conducting a successful project.
Every business seeks for profits, growing, assertiveness and a couple of more positive adjectives. Seems obvious to say, but the path to chase these results aren’t easy. According to the size and industry, it can require different types of professionals involved. An appropriate and well-designed business plan helps and having on your team the exactly professional to work on it can facilitate the journey too.
To say “No” properly is a key element, not just in life, but also in business relationships. It doesn’t mean to say yes, it’s always a matter of communicating your “no” in an effective and polite way and the most important giving no room for misunderstanding.
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