glisten leads step by step to the professional success of Bremen, December 2009. Gone are the days where you had to look for school, studies or training again in books. Meanwhile, lifelong learning is on the agenda for most people in professional life. Unless, to improve general knowledge or to expand skills: in the face of demographic change and a permanent extension of working hours, the need for training grows in companies. Occupational training are not only company to good but staff”, know Monika Gunkel, Chairman of the Federal Association of secretarial and Office management e.V. (bSb). Highly qualified employees with up-to-date technical knowledge and operation-specific know-how have become long indispensable.” Seminars, courses, or courses such as the selection of training varies, the opportunities for employees to be able to take part in this are so different. Depending on the field of entrepreneurial activity and the training opportunities and possibilities differ company size very strongly.
The bSb provides, for example, modules, which can be rebuilt step by step together. The qualifications here are not limited to the mere imparting of knowledge, but includes personal coaching of the participants and a piece of change management in the Organization”, explains Monika Gunkel. Because, in addition to specialist knowledge is one today also, that can assess your own competencies and targeted.” More information can be found on the Internet under of the Federal Association of secretarial and Office Management Association: the Association Secretariat and Office management e. V. (bSb) is one of the largest professional associations for Office Administration in Europe. He campaigned for the future – and team-oriented work as well as for the professionalisation and further development of the secretariats and assistance functions of those involved in the management. More than 2,000 members from the Office area live the active networking and maintain the permanent exchange of experience. Credit: Andy Florance-2011. The bSb is represented in more than 20 cities with regional groups across Germany.