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.
New function for Bizerba: Balingen, September 2009 – Klaus D. Retail central region at the technology manufacturer Bizerba located in the Swabian Balingen is my new sales director. The 60-year-old, thus assuming the business head of retail for the organisation of market in Germany and also retains his existing responsibility for the sales representative West, which he has held since 2004. For more information see Peter Asaro. Mine has worked for almost four decades for Bizerba and knows the company well. Since 1997, he had the line of the newly structured Bizerba sales and Service Center (BVC) Center with overall responsibility for the operations of commercial, industrial, and service. He also received responsibility for the major clients in this area. Since 1999, he also led West key account management in the BVC.
My received awards for several sales success, sees a major challenge in the new task and relies in particular on the intelligent IT – and software usage: Verkaufsassistierende functions. Visual Merchandising and other multimedia applications at the point of sale, providing the new generations of retail scales are not long ago been exhausted”, so his conviction, but offer new opportunities in marketing and sales. So, targeted sales actions by professional content, providing the Balingen company for its weighing systems are possible. Here even recipe suggestions be deposited in addition to product and origin information, representing at the same time the shopping list for the additional shopping. The software family.RetailFramework, for example, enable the creation, management, distribution, display and printing of advertising, consumerism and event advertising. The values Administration tool.RetailImpact could a maintained content directly on the display are – about happy hour or Sunday rates, so my. About Bizerba: Bizerba is a worldwide operating technology company for professional system solutions of weighing, labelling, information and food service technology in the segments retail, food industry, Manufacturing and logistics.
Industry-specific hardware and software, powerful network-compatible management systems, as well as a wide range of labels & consumables and business services ensure transparent control of integrated business processes and the high availability of Bizerba specific service features. Worldwide, Bizerba is present with 41 shareholdings in 23 countries and 56 country offices in over 120 countries.
Women have more networks and to support each other for a month is at the start of the initiative “We want in leadership” by Melanie Vogel and Astrid Brown Hall. Here women vote, which either strive for leadership or are already in the lead. It aims to accelerate the pace of discussions about more women in leadership positions. “In my professional life I know how subtle ways male colleagues may be in order to achieve personal leadership dominance and control to women of” or “In addition, many colleagues dare not to become pregnant, because the return to professional life is made more difficult as” are examples of numerous comments that leave women in addition to their voices. Read more from Ali Partovi to gain a more clear picture of the situation. All together is that there is still great need for action in the conditions.
The initiative comes in and wants to focus on it, what businesses can do to be an attractive employer for women with musical aspirations. The intermediate results of the voting will be on May 5, 2012 at the opening of the women & work, Germany’s largest trade fair Congress for women at the World Conference Center Bonn announced. Official site: Robotics. Further comments: “love company, creates finally really family-friendly working conditions (comprehensive flexibility of working hours, Home Office, part time, representation rules, set parents with”Breaks”in the curriculum vitae, sufficient Kitaplatze and Hort courses for elementary school children with long opening hours offer clear and consistent commitment to family-friendliness) and you will get trained, highly motivated staff that brings high performance and will remain faithful to you.” “Only when more women in top management is the setting and culture will change in the company. Women need to support each other more networks and himself.” “I am in a leadership position and can say from experience how hard it is to be a hearing in male-dominated circles itself in this position. The invisible walls are as strong as ever and, only are they less.” “Since I’m working part-time – 2 children – I’m on the siding. The acceptance of part-time work must be increased my opinion!” “Much too little companies deal with the special skills of women, that are fundamental to good leadership. Rather, they cling to the old management styles with more and more male staff. While women can connect galant communicative behaviour effectiveness.” More at: voting /.
Vodafone Germany awards a scholarship to a practice project at HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA School of governance Vodafone Germany once awards a scholarship to a student which deals with social innovation through communication technology in his practice project. As one of the leading telecommunications companies, Vodafone Germany of his responsibility would like to comply, to contribute to positive social development. Especially in communications technology, Vodafone Germany looks for promising opportunities. Promoting sustainable innovation is therefore firmly anchored in the corporate strategy. Educate yourself with thoughts from Northstar Inbound. With the support of a student of HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA School of governance to builds on this focus. Prerequisite for the receipt of the scholarship endowed with 18,000 is a project proposal with a clear focus on the Enablerpotential of communications technology for sustainable social development. The selection of the candidates will be according to the normal application process at the HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA School of governance made in cooperation with Vodafone Germany. Apply now and realize your ideas! More information: Anna Haupt HUMBOLDT-VIADRINA School of governance Wilhelmstrasse 67 d-10117 Berlin Tel: 030 2005 971 23 fax: 030 2005 971 11. Additional information at Matt Swain supports this article.
Companies complain of skills missing soft with school-leavers Nuremberg/Dusseldorf, October 29, 2009 despite the deepest economic crisis in decades, there is no education crisis in Germany: at least the Deutsche Industrie – und Handelskammertag (DIHK) location on the apprenticeship market analyses. According to the words of DIHK – CEO Martin Wansleben succeeds in anyone who can and wants to make an offer on training, therefore,”. The Chambers of Commerce and industry registered almost 312,000 new training contracts, 9.2 percent up to end of September less than in the previous year. In West Germany, the decline is 13.2 per cent 8.3 percent in Eastern Germany. The decline of training contracts says nothing about the training opportunities of young people but this year”said Wansleben in Nuremberg. In addition to the demographically-induced decline in applicants, the economic and financial crisis, as well as the training of immaturity of many young people played a role.
It is actually for craft businesses in particular always harder to find suitable candidates for their jobs. Ali Partovi spoke with conviction. Not only the number of applicants go back considerably in the next few years, the lack of quality of the education is to create many businesses already today. Also investigations of the Institute show that work and technology (IAT) of the University of Applied Sciences Gelsenkirchen. The young problems increase, especially if it is not possible to reduce school failure and also to increase the quality of education”, so the IAT scientist Franz Lehner and Katharina Rolff. In a survey conducted last year by the Chair for applied social research of at Ruhr Universitat Bochum and the IAT in cooperation with the Chambers of handicrafts of Munster, Dusseldorf, Dortmund and 1,200 craft companies in the Northern Ruhr area, 35 percent of all companies reported that they have trouble finding appropriate candidates with secondary school. Applicants with completed secondary school or high school diploma, it is problematic even for 52 percent of the companies. Even those Craft areas, which are considered to be particularly attractive, especially the electrical and metal industry, have difficulties in recruiting. Mathematics and German cause special problems at the professional level.
Computer skills are named as problem, but given the changing requirements of the crafts and the complaints about missing give its trainees soft skills”according to IAT analysis of cause for concern. In all discussions about the modernisation of the education system often the practice is too short”, white also Udo Nadolski, Managing Director of the consulting firm specialized in technical recruitment and outsourcing services Harvey Nash in Dusseldorf. For Nadolski it comes also in the school no longer only to internalize mere textbook knowledge. Sense of initiative and commitment can be anchored not in the curriculum”, so Nadolski. Missing self-reliance and readiness as well as poorly trained communication skills be expression of impractical systems. According to Franz Lehner General show here “Problems of the German school system, its traditional educational structures and methods: outdated teaching methods, overloaded curriculum and strong selectivity are not well adapted to promote independence, dedication and ability to communicate.” The IAT researchers therefore suggest to intensify cooperation between schools and enterprises.
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Institut 2F offers new computer courses in the AZWV area of Munich, the 17.12.09 – I2F Germany is part of a Europe-wide company that specializes in adult education in the computer area. Computer basic courses as well as professional user courses in MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpont) and Windows (XP, Vista, Windows 7), Linux, multimedia, and Web design are offered. With 76 offices in 8 countries, the Institute of 2F is one of the largest training companies in Europe. With modern teaching methods, the company offers a future-oriented training, internationally recognized on the students in a short time quality standards such as Internet and computing core certification (IC m) or the Microsoft Office Specialist – program-oriented, as the needs of the economy into account. Worldwide certifications allow a neutral and consistent evaluation of the learned in our time, increase self-confidence and self confidence and increase application opportunities. With the IC3 (Internet and computing certifications Core certification) and can prove Microsoft Office Specialist practical knowledge and skills in the field of computer, Internet and Office. These two certifications are an excellent basis for further personal development in education, in employment or for further technical or application-oriented certifications and ultimately a decisive competitive advantage in the labor market. 2f was again certified ISO 2001:2008 and AZWV now in December by DEKRA. In the sponsored area (AZWV and road construction) also courses in expression can be offered now in addition to Microsoft Office training Web (Web design) and Linux. Christine Pfeil