Softs Skills For Tech People Are Not Optional In Todays Job Market
In the tech industry today, a degree will get you a job interview – but it’s your "soft skills" that will get you hired.
In the last 20 years, the world of work has shifted radically. Employers are now looking for people with well-rounded, high-level human-interfacing skills. To get hired, you'll certainly need core tech know-how – but you’ll also need to be a team-building superstar. Join this interactive workshop, and start developing the heart-mind management, intercultural leadership, and cultural intelligence skills you’ll need to nail the interview and land that sweet tech position.
Lena Tran is a published author, noted speaker and expert on leadership. She has lectured on various topics involving leadership and empowerment, entrepreneurship, marketing, career development, and Vietnamese- and Asian-American experiences.
In January, she became the first Vietnamese-American senior administrator at Evergreen Valley College. Before joining Evergreen, she was the driving force behind the development of the business and administration programs at the U.C. Santa Cruz Extension in Silicon Valley.
The Office of Academic Affairs oversees all instructional aspects of the College. Under the direction of the Vice President of Academic Affairs, the office works directly with the academic divisions: Business and Workforce Development, Nursing and Allied Health, Math, Science, and Engineering, Language Arts, Library and Learning Resources, and Social Sciences, Humanities, Arts, and Physical Education (SSHAPE). In addition, Evergreen Valley College models a holistic and integrated approach to providing maximum learning experiences for its students. In striving for this goal, Academic Divisions and Student Services Divisions work closely as one team.
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