Open Day for all students that feel that they are not perfect- Promote your soft skills and get a job!

A panel discussion on the importance of knowing (and owning) your strengths
20 Dec 2022 15:00 16:30
Target Group
Students of the EUGLOH Universities including new partners
Lund University
Closed  (Deadline: 19 Dec 2022 23:59)

You know what courses you have studied, and you have found an interesting job ad – but how can you prove that you are the right person for the job?

One effective tactic is to get to know your soft skills and promote them in a professional way! Maybe you are a good mediator, team leader or problem solver?

Join us for a panel discussion on Zoom webinar where we discuss the importance of knowing your soft skills and how you can communicate these in a professional and convincing way. There will be time to ask questions to the panelists.

The panel consists of experts working with recruiting and career guidance for students.

The panel: Anna Alpenhoff, Manager Document Controlling at Vestas in Northern and Central Europe. Vestas has the vision to become the global leader in sustainable energy solutions. 29,000 employees are designing, manufacturing, installing, developing, and servicing wind energy and hybrid projects all over the world.

Elin Blom, Consultant Manager at Unicus Sweden. Unicus are specialists in providing services in the field of system development, programming and software testing. All the consultants have asperger/autism.

Rózsa Veres, Future Skills and Learning Lead at BP Business Service Center Kft. BP is an integrated energy business with operations in Europe, North and South America, Australasia, Asia and Africa. The Centre creates value for BP across the world, by providing financial, procurement and HR process optimisation and standardisation solutions, as well as customer service experience.

Moderator: Anna Hjalmers Mattson, Study and Career Councellor, Lund University

This panel discussion is included in the “EUGLOH Open Days” – a series of events targeted to all students and staff of the EUGLOH Universities and dedicated to promoting inclusion and diversity in personal and professional development opportunities

  • Number of participants: not limited
  • Language: English