National Youth Council Careers and Employment
- Company size51 to 200
- IndustryMedia & Communication
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Manager in Toa Payoh
on November 5, 2019
Good working environmentGood working environment but it depends on which department you're in. Generally good place to work in. Work life balance, young working environment. s
Senior Executive in Pulau Ubin Village
on January 4, 2020
Fun workplace with lots of training and the opportunity for advancementManagement and colleagues are awesome. Always encourage you to work-life balance. Great teamwork! Opportunity for advancement and encourage you to take up training to improve your work.
Assistant Facilities Manager in Newton
on January 20, 2019
Nice place to work inColleagues are generally helpful and are patient with each other. Able to learn if you are willing to ask. Management is also good and things are pretty organized there.
Head (Organisation Development, Human Resource) in Singapore
on February 24, 2017
Dynamic and Engaging OrganisationThe job has allowed me to build and maintain strong positive working relationships with various parties. I have managed and developed teams of managers and executives to increase share of clients by building and strengthening corporate brand. Sector development work allowed me to cultivate youth leaders and influencers, expanding networks and reaching new segments, leveraging on sector partners' subject matter expertise, developing quality opportunities and service receptacles. We also strengthened sectors' leadership through advocacy, resource platforms like youth conferences, workshops, dialogues (e.g. insights, youth month), and capability building like helping partners build systems and effective engagement programming and growing community of practitioners. Partnerships can be anchored by enlarging common spaces and forging shared experiences, developing strong communities and leaders, better engagement of youths and addressing their concerns and empowering and supporting them to co-create and initiate ground-up programmes. The management is encouraging and supportive while workplace culture seeks continuous improvement. The hardest part of the job is to seek one common platform where we can engage all the youth in the entire country which often is not possible as youths come from all sorts of domain and life. This forms the most enjoyable part of the job in seeking different areas supporting these organisations and individuals for potential growth and development.
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