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January 31, 2022, 07:06

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Participants will learn how to make decisions and conduct an effective self-presentation in 30 seconds, as well as ways to deal with stressful situations and attention management techniques.

In the innovation and educational complex “Technograd”From February 2, classes will begin on the free online personal development course “Change Management: How to Adapt to the New Reality.” It will be held for the second time. The organizer is the career development center.

“The educational program of the center offers Muscovites free courses and trainings to develop personal competencies that are in demand among metropolitan employers along with professional skills. More than 450 people registered for the first stream of this course, so the specialists of the center decided to re-run the program,” said the head of the capital

Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development Alexey Fursin.

The program is designed for a wide audience and includes six theoretical webinars. At the last lesson, the course will be summed up and the questions of the participants will be answered. You can sign up for training here.

The first webinar will take place on February 2. It will be dedicated to emotional literacy. Students will learn how to learn to distinguish and control their emotions, recognize the state of mind of others and show them sympathy.

At the second lesson, which will take place on February 4, they will explain how not to be afraid to express their own opinion to the interlocutor, as well as talk about ways to make decisions in the personal and professional sphere.

At the third webinar (February 7), listeners will develop concentration and attention management skills. An expert will help increase productivity and teach you how to tune in to work in a few seconds.

The participants will be introduced to the basics of self-presentation and building a personal brand at the fourth lesson, which will be held on February 16. They will be told how to show their best side in half a minute.

The fifth webinar will take place on February 18. We will talk about the features of digital etiquette and the rules of conduct in the online environment. In particular, listeners will learn which words and turns of speech are better not to use during business correspondence, whether it is possible to send voice messages to colleagues and clients, and what issues it is permissible to write on after hours.

All five webinars will be held from 15:00 to 16:00.

The sixth webinar will be held on February 22 from 16:30 to 17:30. It will consider the issues of stress resistance and self-regulation. Participants will learn how to avoid burnout and determine the level of stress. And they will also be taught simple ways to deal with fatigue, for example, competently plan their day, leaving time for rest, pay attention to their fear, making an emergency plan.

On February 25, from 15:00 to 16:00, a final webinar will be held, which will summarize everything that has been discussed throughout the course. Participants will be able to ask questions live.

Classes will be held by Marina Korobova, a practicing psychologist, trainer at the Technograd Career Development Center.

Dozens of projects and hundreds of thousands of students: how was 2021 at Technograd

Technograd is a unique educational platform at VDNKh, offering a new format of career guidance, training and educational leisure for residents and guests of the capital. The Career Development Center is one of the activities of Technograd. Its specialists help Muscovites in career planning and the search for a vocation. In addition, on site you can find current vacancies. For employers, the career development center offers assistance in the selection of qualified employees.

The project is supervised by the Moscow Department of Entrepreneurship and Innovative Development.

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