Everyone knows Google Singapore is going on a hiring spree, and you are definitely interested in joining the world’s top place – but what if you don’t have any programming experience? Are there openings that don’t involve complicated codes and technical knowledge?
There’s no doubt that we’d all like to become better leaders in the workplace. However, we are often stopped by two things: the belief that leadership comes with job title and the often exorbitant price of leadership training.
According to the Straits Times, there are over 15,000 jobs currently available in the tech sector. But even so, competition is fierce and to win over one of these positions, you need to stand out.
Patrick Tay, assistant secretary-general of
Job interviews aren’t just about answering a set of questions that are fired at you from a panel of interviewers – they’re also the perfect opportunity to ask some questions of your own!
According to Jacquelyn Smith, author of Find
According to John Maxwell, leadership expert and founder of the John Maxwell Company, authenticity is not about replicating the leadership styles and traits of others. Rather, “authentic leaders have self-awareness, self-respect, self-confidence, and emotional maturity. They prize integrity above image,
With $500 in credit to use on 10,000+ courses available to every Singaporean aged 25 and above, the SkillsFuture programme sounds like a deal that can’t be passed up. So what’s preventing you from utilising this unique opportunity?
Transitioning out of your current industry and into a new one can be the perfect next step to grow professionally. But let’s be honest – following through with it is a completely different story!
Fortunately, an industry switch is much
Whether you are managing a single intern or an army of employees, your leadership style will directly influence how effective both you and those around you will be.
Although everyone has a go-to leadership style that they naturally fall back
To be a creative in our digital-centric day and age is more than just about applying creative thinking in novel ways. Given how rapidly computer and web technologies are developing, it requires a constant commitment to learning.
Digital creatives must
Whether you want to get a promotion, pay rise or new job offer, SkillsFuture can help you upgrade your skills and scale the career ladder.
All Singaporeans aged 25 and above are entitled to $500 worth of SkillsFuture credit, which