Professors and staff of RIT/ACMT Professional Development Center organizes professional development seminars which are designed to help you develop new approaches to solving practical problems in professional and personal situations.
Understanding Group Dynamics: Coping with Promotions, Career Plateaus and Glass Ceiling
Understanding Group Dynamics: Coping with Promotions, Career Plateaus and Glass Ceiling seminar will take place on Friday, March 9th, from 2pm till 5pm at the American College of Management and Technology, Ilica 242, Zagreb. Seminar is specialized for Human Resource Employees.
Lecturer: Vanda Bazdan
English review for Croatian HR professionals
English review seminar for Croatian HR professionals will take place on Friday, March 16th from 9am to 1pm at the American College of Management and Technology, Ilica 242, Zagreb. This seminar is specialized for Human Resource Employees, up to 15 participants.
This intensive 4-hour workshop will include a review of the most common errors in English made by native speakers of Croatian, with specific emphasis on current vocabulary and important terms in the HR field.
Lecturer: Rebecca Charry Roje
For additional information please contact Professional Development office at firstname.lastname@example.org
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