Several times a month colleagues come and ask me how to improve the way they use LinkedIn, some of them are fellow staff, sometimes it’s middle and senior managers.
Do you remember Alfred? A couple of weeks ago, we shared an article on facebook about this remarkable young professional and his unique approach to landing a job. Get inspired by his story and ideas on creative job-hunting!
We recently came across this blog post on Europeanpublicaffairs.eu and believe that it is worth sharing also here on our blog. Frank Markovic gives a very good overview and analysis of what has been going on in the area of youth unemployment in the EU, which policies have been put into place and what should be worked on in the future.
One of the first activities of the month has been the organization of an apéro meeting in order to get to know the other members of the team and meet other people interested in our ideas. The meeting took place on the 25th of November at “The Old Oak”, Rue Franklin – Brussels.
Our 1st strategic team weekend took place last week and I would like to share some insights about it with you.
Why I chose such a provocative title? Because it refers to our team motto “Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success.” (Henry Ford). I believe that we can definitely say that we worked together during the weekend and generally speaking this stands for the team behind Project 668.
Written by Lidija Globokar, Co-Founder & General Manager of Project 668
I’m concerned. And I’m not talking about the high youth unemployment rates in Europe. I’m concerned about the future. What does all this mean? How will the European society look like in 20, 30 years? Or even 10? Will there be only one “lost generation” or will we even lose more? And what exactly do we lose? Everyone’s talking about economy, numbers, crisis, growth. Who’s talking about dignity, re-definition of work, social responsibility and values?
Please find here a new opinion piece of Ernesto Izquierdo, Co-founder of Project 668.
Mladiinfo International has met with Lidija Globokar in Skopje, Macedonia as she was guest to one our event. Today we deliver to you our interview with her where she reflects on her professional development and her work and engagement with Project 668, a professional development platform for current and former European Union trainees.
I recently took a MOOC on Coursera about Career Enhancement. They’ve got great resources, but I didn’t see the following ideas shared. So here they are:
The big day had arrived and we were all curious, anxious, nervous and excited at the same time. Will there be enough participants? Will it rain (this is a very legitimate question in Brussels)? Will people come to our stand? Will people participate in our quiz? How will the other organizers act like?