Are you a UX Designer or perhaps hoping to become one? Do you live in the beautiful city of Amsterdam? Then this news may be of interest to you. As big believers of User Experience Design (UX) we’re very excited to announce that on Thursday the 30th of October, CareerFoundry will be launching its first ever event outside of Germany, at Sint Antoniesbreestraat 16, in Amsterdam.
The benefits of a good night sleep are numerous, and if I were to write about all of them we’d be here all night. So today I want to focus about about how a good night’s sleep is crucial to learning and forming new lasting memories. Continue reading
More than 40% of an employee’s educational training budget will not be used up, according to research from NIDAP (a Dutch research agency) Sometimes employees are expected to pay for their own personal development even after they were promise a yearly personal training allowance (i.e. when hiring a new employee).
What if you want to continue your learning, but your supervisor / manager / HR department can’t approve the training courses because there is no budget?
The following tips can assist you in pursuing your development:
We realised that sometimes these questions require a proper and detailed answer. So we decided to write a blog post about it just in case other people are having the same problem.
Some words of advice for beginner and intermediate learners of Chinese.
Let’s face it. Learning Chinese may not be that easy (or it may!, depending on particular aspects of this language) but it is perfectly doable.
- You should have an empty ‘RAM’ i.e. a ‘working memory’, because you need this space to be able to focus and make optimal use of your creativity. Getting Things Done or GTD is a method that helps you stay focused and concentrated.
- It allows you to effectively plan and prioritise without losing your flexibility.
How does this method work and how does this translate into teams?
How can you and your organisation keep an ‘empty head’? Springest shares its learnings: Continue reading
If the following post + Infographic doesn’t convince you to make the move to Computerised Bookkeeping, then good luck to you!