Psicotec presents “Implicad@s” at the “AEDIPE CV 2015 Forum”

Valencia. Vanessa Hernanz, Director of Training and Development at Psicotec, presented IMPLICAD@S, the new Corporate Volunteer Program of the consultancy firm.
Psicotec has used a pioneering methodology that lays the foundations on which companies should design and implement volunteer programs in order to develop one or several professional skills.

 

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Valencia, 20 May 2015. During the 1st edition of the “Aedipe CV 2015 Forum” held on 19 May in Valencia, Psicotec, a Spanish multinational consultancy firm specialized in Human Resources, presented its IMPLICAD@S new project on Corporate Volunteering and basic Talent for Development.

IMPLICAD@S boosts a pioneering methodology thanks to which, according to different phases defining the scope and purpose of the program, are laid the foundations on which companies should design and implement volunteer programs.

The program implemented by Psicotec allows for the development of one or several specific professional skills (innovation, teamwork, leadership, communication, adaptation to change, impact and influence, etc.), depending on the competence map of each company.

According to these objectives, the consultant suggests meetings and even brings together companies with different NGOs with which to carry out such projects, depending on the conditions agreed.

The program ends with an evaluation and monitoring process to quantify the transfer of knowledge, the progress and commitment achieved by employees through such actions, mainly characterized by increased levels of effort, dedication and concentration.

Quoting Vanessa Hernanz, Director of Training and Development at Psicotec, “with this program, we develop skills and put them in value through the unique experience of volunteering. Employees get involved in the development of essential and valuable projects for other people or the community, by providing them with all their personal and professional expertise, thus contributing their bit”.

Corporate Volunteering has a potential which is yet to be promoted in the vast majority of organizations. “For optimal results, acting in a highly professional way is a must: to conduct strategic planning measures, to set goals and measure their impact, to train volunteers, etc.,” says Hernanz.

“Ultimately, it is a combination between the employees’ commitment to the company and their ability to achieve their company’s success,” adds the Director of Training and Development at Psicotec.

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