Productivity has been defined as “the efficiency with which output is produced by the resources utilized”, by P. N. Rastogi. For companies, more productivity meansRead More »What Is (Toxic) Productivity Culture And How Has It Impacted Youth?
It is well known that as an organization, we’re committed to support the leadership development of thousands of members, volunteers and interns all around theRead More »5 Projects By Entrepreneurs Under 30 You Should Know About
You just got accepted to your dream internship, in a completely different country you are dying to explore. The anticipation can be just as stressfulRead More »A Survival Guide For Your AIESEC International Internship
Just as food nourishes our bodies, knowledge and continuous learning nourishes our minds. Lifelong learning is an indispensable tool for any career and organisation. HaveRead More »The Learning Pyramid: A Study Plan Game Changer
It’s time to ditch the “do as i say, not as i do” mindset. Regardless of the situation, double standards will demotivate anyone that isRead More »Leading By Example Is The Best Way To Inspire Others
Recruiters have made it clear that communication skills are essential in any field of work. Besides that, if you think about it, there are soRead More »Effective Conversations: A list of reminders to communicate like a leader
Whether you’re interested in an international internship opportunity or volunteering experience, you might question yourself why you should choose AIESEC instead of another organization orRead More »Why you should choose AIESEC for your international exchange
All they had was a dream, outstanding resilience and a lot of willpower. Coming from impoverished homes and underprivileged backgrounds, these 7 individuals were ableRead More »7 Entrepreneurs Who Built an Empire From Scratch
In honor of this year’s International Women’s Day, we’re bringing awareness to women’s role in the labor force and gender-related problems present in the workplace.Read More »Improving Gender Equality In The Workplace
So you want to learn to play an instrument but can’t afford private lessons? Do you think knowing how to code is a vital assetRead More »How The Internet Has The Potential To Change Your Life
I have to be honest with you, I don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions. I have tried to set them before – every year onRead More »Things we’ve learned in 2020 that we shouldn’t repeat in 2021 (or ever)
So you’re through with the tedious paperwork, the preparations, the initial excitement and now the big day has come – you are finally getting abroad.Read More »Out in a foreign country: What to do when panic strikes
Wouldn’t you say that it’s becoming increasingly challenging to keep up with the requirements of the modern working culture? If you are working nextRead More »4 Skills To Help You Thrive In The Modern Working Culture
Going on an internship to another country can be pretty nerve-racking. Especially now, during corona, when you don’t even now what to expect and whenRead More »Global Talent in Real Life: What was it like interning in Vienna?
YouthSpeak Forum is in exactly two weeks from today. What is that, you ask? Never too late to find out! YouthSpeak Forum is an annualRead More »3 reasons why you must be at the upcoming YouthSpeak Forum
My AIESEC experience, an internship with a startup company in the Austrian city Graz, started with the longest Flixbus ride I had ever taken. WhileRead More »Exchange Participant Review by Daan Koetzier
Approximately one year ago, I took the decision of going on a volunteering experience with AIESEC. I had known about this organization already, due toRead More »How I decided to go on a volunteering experience with AIESEC
Generation Z comes right after the Millenials (also called Gen Y), and is defined as being born between 1995 and 2010. This is a generationRead More »How to mitigate the negative aspects of the Gen Z corporate disruption
In den letzten Monaten musste die ganze Welt aufgrund der Corona-Pandemie versuchen, neue Arbeitsweisen zu testen. Für viele Menschen war das Home-Office gar keine Option,Read More »Der Aufstieg des Home-Office: Fluch oder Segen?
Reflecting on the social and economical changes this year, we’ve seen that diversity isn’t just a buzzword for the 21st century, but rather a necessityRead More »Hiring Internationally in Austria: The Benefits of a Different Outlook
Even though COVID-19 impacted our lives and more or less confined us to our homes, quarantine time could also be the perfect time to aspireRead More »19 ways how to get around… without unpleasant surprises.
Täglich werden unzählige Artikel darüber geschrieben, wie sich der Arbeitsmarkt und unsere Arbeitsweise in Zukunft verändern werden. Dabei sind es vor allem zwei Faktoren, dieRead More »Zukunft der Arbeit: Generation Z & Covid-19
Towards a sustainable future In September 2015, the end of the United Nations General Assembly in New York seemed to bring with it a rayRead More »Speak Up: On Ideas, Initiative and Impact
Today, the world faces a tough time due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This situation affects not just our daily life, but also a lot ofRead More »Coronavirus: The Effect on Human Rights
It‘s safe to say that the COVID-19 crisis has disrupted our lives in their core. Our mobility has been restricted and we are now spendingRead More »How to cope in quarantine: Tips and Tricks from AIESEC in Vienna BOKU
Borders are closed, flights are canceled and you don’t know when you will pack your suitcase again. Although we know that we have to stayRead More »10 things to do to tame your Wanderlust during COVID-19
By: Annalise Cajic Volunteering at Roots Camp As the Mahlzeit Austria project nears its end, Hanna reflects on her experience working at Roots Camp. AIESECRead More »Summer at Roots Camp: Mahlzeit Austria 2019
By: Annalise Cajic Meet a Global Volunteer in Austria “I have always wanted to visit this city [Vienna]. And then, I chose this project becauseRead More »Working at Wiener Tafel: Mahlzeit Austria 2019
By: Annalise Cajic This week, global volunteers debuted their workshops on food waste… After spending the week preparing their workshops for youth on food sustainability,Read More »First workshop completed! Mahlzeit Austria 2019
As we go into our 7th batch of Empower Austria, I thought I would commemorate it by taking you through the essence and motive ofRead More »Our Global Approach to Entrepreneurship
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The world of work is changing. According to the World Economic Forum, 65% of children entering primary school today will be employed in jobs thatRead More »The work world is changing, how can I adapt?
If you haven’t been living under a rock, you’ve most likely seen it on social media, on the news or maybe even in real life,Read More »What is FridaysForFuture and why should I care?
written by Asli Ertem In order to achieve full and equal access to education and participation in science for women and girls, and to encourageRead More »International Day of Women and Girls in Science
written by Asli Ertem Once again, this year, the call for sustainable and conscious living is loud and clear. As YouthSpeak Forum, to ensure sustainableRead More »5 Ways To Stay Sustainable While Studying
Last week, we had a chat with our Empower Austria partner, ONDEWO, an awarded Austrian high-tech startup developing AI-based natural language understanding and automated conversation flows.Read More »“International interns are a highly welcomed addition”
Original article by Aseel Badran on aiesec.org We live in a world of challenges, risk, and instability, and on each day, we might face many situationsRead More »Adaptability – the key to staying competitive
What do you do when your university schedule does not quite fulfil you? Panic, drop out, change subject or even university? Absolutely not, you simplyRead More »University life: Getting what you need in 4 steps
Hello, my Name is Johannes Schneeberger and I’m currently studying one of the most hipster studies, Environmental Management a.k.a Umwelt- und Bioressourcenmanagement, a.k.a UBRM, atRead More »How I joined AIESEC and why I stayed (a.k.a my last 2.5 years in AIESEC)
It is important for a company to have the right mix between old and young, experienced and maybe less experienced employees. Some companies prefer toRead More »Advantages of working with young people
It’s this time of the year again. The weather gets colder, the days get shorter, the clothes get warmer and you spent more time inside.Read More »5 Life Lessons You Will Learn Being Abroad
Many employers face different challenges during a recruiting process. It is not only important to know what kind of employees you are looking for, butRead More »Get in touch with students with Consulting Challenge!
With their adventure in Austria coming to an end, Ana, Yassine, Shu and Tereza have made some thoughts about their experience in Graz. With eachRead More »Summer series:Adventure in Austria coming to an end – Part 4
4 Volunteers, Blog post Number 3, a lot to 2 and 1 mission: Having the time of their lives while being a volunteer in Graz!Read More »Summer series: Seeing Graz through another perspective – Part III
After having spent the first two weeks in Graz, our dear volunteers Ana, Yassine, Shu and Tereza have started to get deeper into Austrian culture.Read More »Summer series: Seeing Graz through another perspective – Part II
Our department of social projects puts its main focus on a project called ‘Global Education‘, with the major task of introducing intercultural communication and aRead More »A social project with a transcontinental impact