Talent Center Romania
June 2015 — Present
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I’m a professional trainer passionate about learning and development. I’ve been working in the field of training and personal development for the last 3 years. I'm the career coach, if you decide to have your dream job I will be happy to assist you. I create the concept School for Happiness to bring you more happiness. M...
Our story begins with passion for people and psychology. Talent Center is different from the competitors, as we never give up a project. We want perfection and we always reach out goals. Moreover, we have a special relationship with our partners, as beyond the organizational environment, they are stories, life lessons, souls with real life. We like good quality networking, so we respond affirmatively to invitations to events. We support with our hearts and soul all those who want to be entrepreneurs or employees.
So, you are welcome to meet us!
Talent Center Services:
- Assessment center;
- Recruitment & head hunting (nationally and internationally);
- Personal development sessions;
- Employer branding;
- Brand YourSelf conferences;
- School for happiness.
Contact us for a personalized offer at firstname.lastname@example.org
I develop and deliver top quality training programs in a highly interactive and attractive way. I like to get all the participants involved and I always aim to have a positive impact, while supporting the development of new perspectives and competencies.
Develop and deliver competency based interactive learning experiences.
Time Management, Impact Presentations and Communication Skills are the programs that I deliver most often.
Animal-assisted therapy (AAT) is a type of therapy that involves animals as a form of treatment. The goal of AAT is to improve a patient’s social, emotional, or cognitive functioning. Advocates state that animals can be useful for educational and motivational effectiveness for participants. A therapist who brings along a pet may be viewed as being less threatening, increasing the rapport between patient and therapist. Animals used in therapy include domesticated pets, farm animals and marine mammals (such as dolphins). While the research literature presents the relationship between humans and companion animals as generally favorable, methodological concerns about the poor quality of the data have led to calls for improved experimental studies.
Organize training, conference, team building