We partnered with Headspace Inc, an online healthcare company specializing in meditation, to host an event in the shape of webinar focused on Mental Health in the Workplace. Watch the recorded event now to join what was another impactful gathering of our GroWiT community.
London - 31st August 2020 – The technology stack you’ll get to work with is the number one consideration for Data Engineers when accepting a position according to Stott and May’s ‘How to Hire a Data Engineer’ research report. The global report examines the views of 50 data engineering professionals, from private sector organisations, to determine how best to attract, engage, acquire and retain talent in this increasingly competitive area.
In this webinar, we leveraged the hiring insights of Renana Friedlich-Barsky, Director and Global Head of Cybersecurity Operations at PayPal, who offered her unique perspectives on what hiring managers really want to see from candidates in the cyber security space.
Stott and May partnered with Centrepoint to bring you our most recent webinar, 'Designing for Financial Inclusion and the Unbanked'.
Stott and May recently hosted our very first Salesforce virtual event entitled 'How can the COE step up in times of uncertainty?'. We were delighted to welcome four brilliant Salesforce and CRM leaders from renowned organizations to our panel.
Stott and May recently partnered up with Giles Lindsay, CTO at Digital Ventures, to host a our latest Agile Valley event in the form of a webinar entitled '9 Dysfunctions of Agile'.
Our global GroWiT community came together for another inspiring virtual event The panel tackled 'forbidden topics' which we feel are hard to discuss but are absolutely essential to change the current and impact the tech industry in a positive way.
This Cyber Security focused webinar session, featuring a host of tenured CISO's, will take you through the challenges and best practices associated with creating the perfect security roadmap.
Last week we brought our GroWiT (Growing Women in Technology) community together for another virtual event. The current change in working environment is completely new for most people and certainly challenging our resilience in the most unexpected way. Resilience is a muscle you need to build, particularly in today's environment. But it's not something you either have or don't have. It's something you can train and develop over time.