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The EU Skills Agenda builds on 12 actions to improve the importance of skills in the EU to strengthen sustainable competitiveness, ensure social fairness and build resilience.
Article by Sineglossa Alessia and Federico met in 2005 in Bologna during a master’s degree in scriptwriting and performing arts. Both of them had already had experiences in the theatre, but Alessia is a sociologist, while Federico is a philosopher: while Alessia tells...
My theatre experience has been really important in my life and, in particular, for my personal and professional development.
There are very important soft skills that should be possessed by those who work with them, in order to transfer them to the participants later.
Photo by Amy Gatenby on Unsplash A reflection Who am I? When I introduce myself I always start with my name and then I switch to what I do. That I work at Rozet and that I am project leader of non-formal learning processes in team education. BORING! Why do I think...
How to recognize your soft skills through Jungian archetypes and narrative language, an innovative methodology.
On 30-31 of January 2020, in Arnhem (The Netherlands) we had our kick-off meeting.