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Kenyan career development startup Fuzu bags $3.86m Series A investment

Kenyan startup Fuzu has raised a EUR3.4 million (US$3.86 million) Series A funding round to support the development of the next phase of its career development, grow its team and accelerate expansion across Africa.  Launched in 2015, Fuzu aims to change the landscape of job search and recruitment in Africa, providing AI-powered personalised guidance to individual users, and talent acquisition

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Developing leaders through peer culture and personal development – a big start to 2018 for the team at Character Builders and everyone we work with!

It’s been quiet from us on the blog this term; we’ve had a massive start to the year delivering over 60 events – incursions, excursions, camps, corporate team builders and Teacher PD. We’ve worked with almost 4,000 individuals and have loved every minute of it! We feel so honoured and privileged to do what we do, we are both proud

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Celebrating 10 years: WFU leads career development into the next decade

Each year, first-year students write their career interests on colorful paper airplanes and launch them in Wait Chapel during a New Deac Week session led by the Office of Personal and Career Development team. The activity marks the end of the career portion of orientation and the beginning of their college-to-career journeys. The University established itself as a national leader

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Personal development: how to increase your adaptability | TrainingZone

In today’s fast-moving working environment, adaptability is a sought-after skill, but you might not be as adaptable as you think. Here’s how to identify whether you truly are adaptable and how to improve your performance in that area. Adaptability is an attractive quality. We all like to think of ourselves as being flexible and adaptable, a team player, ‘going with

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