MIPT DTC at the Language Training and Testing Center
Welcome Video
DTC Director— Еlena Bazanova
Problem solving
Public Speaking
Communication Skills
The ability to communicate involves knowing how you should speak to others in different situations or settings. For example, when working with a team on a project, you may need to communicate when you believe an idea or process is ineffective. Finding a way to tactfully and skillfully disagree with others on the job without creating conflict is an important skill that employers value.

Problem-Solving Skills

Employers highly value people who can resolve issues quickly and effectively. That may involve calling on industry knowledge to fix an issue immediately as it occurs, or taking time to research and consult with colleagues to find a scalable, long-term solution.

Creativity Skills

Creativity is a broad ability incorporating many different skill sets including other soft skills and technical skills. Employees with creativity can find new ways to perform tasks, improve processes or even develop new and exciting avenues for the business to explore. Creativity can be used in any role at any level.
Curiosity Skill
Curiosity plays a vital role in searching for meaning and coordination with the present as a precondition for effective decision-making and the exchange of views/knowledge. The recording and exchange of lessons and the detection of the most appropriate technique are skills that we find very useful in all aspects of our lives. The skill of curiosity is a basic condition.
Leadership Skills
Leadership skills are skills you use when organizing other people to reach a shared goal. Whether you’re in a management position or leading a project, leadership skills require you to motivate others to complete a series of tasks, often according to a schedule. Leadership is not just one skill but rather a combination of several different skills working together.
Public Speaking Skills
Public-speaking skills enable an individual to be comfortable when addressing groups ranging from small meetings to large auditoriums. Strong public-speaking skills are useful to professionals in a broad range of fields. Improving your public speaking abilities makes you a more appealing applicant when seeking a new job and more effective as an employee at your current position. In this article, you’ll learn about the most important public speaking skills to possess, how to improve your skills as a public speaker and how to demonstrate those skills to a potential employer.
Elena Bazanova,
PhD, assosiate professor
Director, trainer
Elena Sokolova,
PhD, assosiate professor
Alexandra Rudakova
Irina Obukhova
Project Manager
Evgenia Lebedeva
Educational Programs Coordinator
Marina Fomina
Educational Programs Coordinator
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