Companies demand certain professional skills. From technical skills to emotional skills (soft skills). We will tell you how to acquire and develop them and how to put them into practice successfully.
One of the main tasks of a business leader is to get their team to believe in a project, keep them motivated and make the best of each member in pursuit of the corporate goals. The problem is that there is no magic formula and, therefore, we have a wide range of leadership styles.
Transforming your professional outlook can be quick and easy thanks to bootcamps. We are talking about specialised intensive training that covers different branches of the digital sector. It lasts for around two months on average, has a practical focus, and seeks to cover employers' demand for labour. In addition, it does not require previous qualifications.
On the back of the digital revolution, new professions specialising in technologies like Big Data and Artificial Intelligence are flourishing at a rate the job market can't keep pace with. In an attempt to fill this gap, companies are offering staff training to optimise their performance (upskilling) or to "recycle" them for a different post (reskilling). Let's take a look at the benefits of these trends.
Merco Talent 2019 recognises Iberdrola as one of the five companies with the highest capacity to attract and retain talent in Spain. It has also succeeded in leading the energy, gas and water sector for the thirteenth consecutive year. The company's appeal is a consequence of its commitment to equality, work-life balance and training.
In a constantly changing job market, exist a profile that is particularly good at adapting. These are knowledge nomads, otherwise known as knowmads. They are highly flexible, creative workers with a collaborative spirit. Also, they're passionate about their jobs and they have no boundaries.