In a world where the visual is increasingly important, online platforms, and especially video platforms, have become one of the main informational resources also when looking for work.
Now, training to grow and acquire new skills is easier than ever thanks to the courses offered by Telefónica through SeguimosConectados or from its Conecta Empleo portal where you can expand your knowledge of digital skills.
And always remember that if you are a Movistar + customer, you can also access the Movistar App of Conecta Empleo to enjoy training content from your television.
A wide range of possibilities that we can complement with other of the main channels on productivity and employment to face this peculiar return to school.
And remember that for this return to work you can use collaborative tools such as Slack, Trello or Microsoft Teams to facilitate communication also from home.
Video Channels On Productivity and Employment
Most of these channels are in English but have subtitles.
The first channel to mention is Tim Ferriss. Tim Ferriss is considered a reference in learning thanks to his books.
So much so, that the media consider him a “superhuman” since he has been able to demonstrate the ability of people to improve in various aspects such as language learning, a very essential element in the world labour.
Another YouTube channel on productivity and employment is Simpletivity. This channel is managed by Scott Friesen and tries to help people to be more effective at work by simplifying the completion of tasks.
It also provides tutorials on the use of a myriad of electronic tools and mobile applications.
Who said that we cannot improve as professionals if we rely on novels? Malkhaz Geldiashvili shows on his YouTube channel several tips from his favourite books to “fight mediocrity through great ideas.”
It has no waste since to make it’s content more enjoyable, it uses animation to attract the public. His channel called FightMediocrity.
Also worth mentioning, Evan Carmichael has more than two million followers and has been active since 2008 gathering advice from the world’s most successful leaders.
Its content is very simple and easy to use since with just over ten tips it can give you enough reasons to succeed in the world of work.
Last but not least is the channel of Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO and founder of VaynerMedia. Gary has a long history of work such as a consultant on Facebook, Uber, Snapchat and an author at the New York Times.
His videos are a series of documentaries showing what a CEO feels and sharing his experiences to reach the top.