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Soft skills in a professional post-pandemic world

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Acknowledging the need for new skills development in preparation for the job market, Global Shapers Nicosia Hub has joined forces with the Cyprus Youth Board (Onek), the Career Guidance Service, and the European Parliament’s Office in Nicosia to organise a series of interactive webinars titled Re-invent yourself for the job market during a crisis.

The trainers featured include professionals experienced in guidance, who will focus and deepen the analysis on various topics related to the job search process, as well as representatives of various specialised professional fields, who will share their experiences and useful tips with participants for their successful admission and advancement in their respective fields.

The series of workshops aims to help professionals re-invent themselves for the job market during a crisis. They will be held in English and will be provided free of charge through Zoom while some will be broadcast live and others will require pre-registration.

The first seminar titled ‘The soft skills required to survive in a professional post-pandemic reality’ will be held on Wednesday, February, 3, with instructor Andreas Erotokritou, psychologist and psychotherapist. A limited number of places are available. Interested parties are requested to send a message to [email protected] to ensure their participation. The programme and topics of the seminars can be found on the official Facebook page of Global Shapers Nicosia.


Soft Skills Required to Survive in a Professional Post-pandemic Reality

Online seminar with Andreas Erotokritou, psychologist and psychotherapist. February 3. Organised by Global Shapers Nicosia Hub. Free. On Zoom. For registrations email [email protected]

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