Global Institute for Lifelong Empowerment (GiLE) organises workshops and training sessions in Budapest for students and future leaders.
Global studies provide compelling evidence that the future workplace will be significantly more interpersonal. However, most (higher) education institutions still don’t allocate enough weight in the curriculum/syllabus for developing (soft) interpersonal skills.
Our intervention is set up to (1) future-proof your career, (2) improve your employability and (3) develop your self-awareness!
We do this by offering opportunities to develop your:
“Hard skills may look great on your CV/resume, but it’s the soft skills that will maintain your relevance in Industry 4.0”
Date/Time: 3rd to 5th of November 2020, from 17:00 to 19:15 (CEST).
Our foundation would like to help students and recent graduates to kick-start their career and make a smoother transition into the labour market. We have identified three important areas that young people need to focus on if they want to stand out in a competitive job market! They are (1) character building, (2) career management skills, and (3) interpersonal skills.
The newly established GiLE Journal of Skills Development (GJSD) invites authors
to submit research articles for its first issue.