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Participants will be told how to organize work remotely, preserve employees’ personal resources and avoid burnout.
Employment Center “My career” will hold online meetings for representatives of non-profit organizations (NPOs) in Moscow. They are part of the program of the new #HealthyBreakfastNCO project – a cycle of weekly online meetings where representatives of non-profit organizations can talk about their best practices, successes and methods. Employees of the My Career Center and invited trainers will also share their own practices. Among other things, experts will tell you how to deal with burnout. 16 meetings are planned.
“Today, in a period of unstable epidemiological conditions, many people need support and participation. Non-profit organizations help those who have a particularly hard time. We consider it our duty to support the NGO community, our reliable partners. Especially now, during a pandemic, when it is so important to restore emotional resources, to be charged with energy and inspiration in order to be able to help as many Moscow residents as possible, “said Irina Shvets, director of the My Career employment center.
The project’s online meetings are dedicated to two big topics – “Useful for work” and “Useful for yourself”. On Tuesdays, participants will discuss professional development opportunities, learn how to write high-quality texts, work with online platforms, hold interesting events and much more. Thursdays will be devoted to self-development, restoration of personal resources and relaxation. The most in-demand topics in this area are working with emotions and motivation. The first #HealthyNCOBreakfast is scheduled for November 3rd.
You can register on the site project.
Additional information can be obtained by phone: +7 (495) 870-44-44 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trainings, webinars and job search: how to use the services of job centers online Center “My Work” will conduct courses for self-employed and entrepreneurs
Since the end of March, the My Career Center has been working online: all services are provided in full, but remotely. You can still find vacancies, sign up for webinars and get advice from a job specialist.
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