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How to be a good project manager/ market manager/ Human Ressource

Studyland's team is made up of people from all walks of life, and it is this diversity that allows us to bring in ideas that constantly challenge our way of working.

Studyland's team is made up of people from all walks of life, and it is this diversity that allows us to bring in ideas that constantly challenge our way of working. On a technical and human level, our work evolves like our staff. Confronting our ideas to create new ones is the goal of our approach.
However, it is by keeping certain very important values that Studyland's identity endures. Honesty, competence and autonomy are at the heart of each project carried out by our teams.

The work of a project manager is the cornerstone of the company. Indeed, it consists in carrying out the expansion projects and facilitating the access to the future trainees to enter the professional life. This position requires an understanding of human relationships, one must be able to approach and explain, understand and respond, but the real job is to represent the company. You take on the image of Studyland by bringing what the companies and students need. This understanding of others is sought after in many other professions, including HR, consulting and marketing.

The marketing manager will, in a sense, have to understand the environment but will work hand in hand with the project manager. He will have a broader perspective of the situation to guide and advise on digital Inbound Recruiting strategies. Teamwork is essential in his daily tasks as part of his time is spent brainstorming with the rest of the team. Creativity and "out of the box" thinking are essential to come up with ideas that will take Studyland's image beyond its boundaries. The company has a very open policy on marketing projects, an important part of its dynamic and barrier-free identity.

This openness is shared in the company's final business unit, where HR managers harvest the work of all. Human resources have been adapted to suit the company's standards, they take care of the in-depth analysis of incoming candidates to present their files to the partner companies that would suit them best. This work requires a high level of emotional intelligence in order to assess the abilities and shortcomings of the files processed. This is the end of the recruitment process at the end of which the trainee can enter the professional world.

In a world where the result-oriented management system has not proven itself, Studyland's work method is different, modern and allows the creativity of the teams to express itself. It is the absence of norms that creates the effervescence necessary for our growth, making Studyland and the people who work here grow.

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