Luxembourg's training landscape is varied, reflecting the country's diversity. Courses can be short or long, with each enabling existing skills to be reinforced, new methods to be learned, languages to be acquired, or even the complete reorientation of a career.
Trust, active listening, making oneself available, a caring approach, leadership... The skills required of managers have needed to change with the crisis in order to meet employees’ new aspirations. Hence the requirement to adapt and train.
Training provided by companies is well supported by state co-financing measures. However, private individuals seeking to reorient themselves and acquiring skills on an individual basis receive less backing.
Executives want training options to help them manage the increased complexity of factors such as new technologies and changing regulations, but also to enable them to pursue several career paths. The goal is always to acquire knowledge that will generate direct professional benefits.