Ritienne Bajada, Head of Castille Learning, also featured at the breakfast event as part of the Castille line-up for the panel discussion alongside Mr Camilleri and Mr Galea, where she discussed how Castille is working on a number of coaching projects for up-skilling workforces in organisations across the sectors of Tech and Finance to address their skills gaps.
In relation to Blockchain, she explained that Castille Learning continues to make strides forward by keeping up to date with companies who are developing their efforts towards Blockchain integration as well as individual professionals in tech who are trying to make a move into this sphere of technology. The main point of focus continues to be analysing company skills gaps currently present within their teams in order to provide bespoke coaching solutions. This entails working alongside the client company to outline their talent and skill requirements to provide a practitioner who specialises in these area. Ms Bajada went on to mention that the chosen and certified practitioners are professionals who form part of the Castille network who are experienced in coaching groups or individuals on the specific areas they would want to up-skill on.
On a final note, Ms Bajada mentioned how Malta continues to be a desirable place for individuals to progress their careers. With an attractive work-life balance being a constant topic of discussion, along with Malta’s evolving business opportunities, the island remains a top destination for offshore talent now and in the foreseeable future.
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