Technology is one of the fastest changing industries in history. In the last decade we've seen new language, new standards, and new ways of working.
For those who work in the industry the result is that we can't just sit on the skills we've learned and expect to stay at the top of our game.
If you step out of the industry it won't take long before you're rusty.
Employers and recruiters are very aware of this and are always looking for people who are developing themselves.
To avoid the rust you must keep the machine oiled.
That career gap on your CV isn't harmful, but it will help if you spent some time upskilling yourself.
And if you're still in a job, seek out what skills you will need to solve tomorrows problems today.
So take charge of your own destiny! Make yourself more valuable to the market by adding necessary skills.
In this episode I talk to Chloe Piper about why Pivoting is not just for business, and the value a good recruiter brings to the table.
What do fitness and recruitment have in common? Helping people to become the best version of themselves. Having the right job is as important as having a healthy body and mind.
That's the philosophy that Chloe has used over her 10 years recruitment experience, both internally and externally, and both overseas and locally. Established in Christchurch for the past 9 years, Chloe is now an adopted kiwi and combines her passion for technology and recruitment through her own business, XO recruitment
While digital technologies provide possibilities for efficiency gains and customer experience, if the organisation lacks the right mindset for change or current practices are flawed then adding technology will simply magnify those flaws. These are some of the challenges you face in the transformation of your business.
Which is why we focus on equipping your business with the knowledge, training, and support required to ensure lasting digital transformation will become a reality.
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