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Day 2 Day Journal nr. 3: Let My People Go!

28 Mar 12

Day 2 Day Journal nr. 3: Let My People Go!

Tine & Lizelotte host the Day 2 Day Journal from the South Caucasus Youth Parliament 2012. They keep you updated about the latest debates, the hottest resolutions and the latest DSWY! Talkshow gossips. Check the edition of the third day. And stay tuned at the...

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Let the parliament begin!

27 Mar 12

Let the parliament begin!

Today, the Second South Caucasus Youth Parliament was officially opened! Members of the opening committee were the ministers of education of Georgia and Armenia, EU representatives, directors of political schools in Tbilisi en Yerevan and off course the director of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Georgia.

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Day 2 Day Journal nr. 1: Shoo-be-doo-ah

26 Mar 12

Day 2 Day Journal nr. 1: Shoo-be-doo-ah

Tine & Lizelotte host the Day 2 Day Journal from the South Caucasus Youth Parliament 2012, which will be facilitated by Kessels & Smit, The Learning Company They keep you updated about the latest debates, the hottest resolutions and the shoo-be-doo-ah. Check the edition of...

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South Caucasus Youth Parliament 2012: Follow the experience from 26 to 29 March!

23 Mar 12

South Caucasus Youth Parliament 2012: Follow the experience from 26 to 29 March!

From 26-29 March 2012 Pieterjan van Wijngaarden, Frauke Schmid-Peter, Tjip de Jong (Kessels & Smit), Tine de Bruin and Lizelotte de Bruijn (first-year students of The Hague University) will facilitate the second South Caucasus Youth Parliament in Tbilisi, Georgia. Follow their democracy activities next week...

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The difficulty of being Kathalijn Kalawati: finding myself in India

20 Mar 12

The difficulty of being Kathalijn Kalawati: finding myself in India

Losing yourself Consciously or not, everyone venturing into India is in search of something. Some are searching for a brief escape – or even an extended one (Where better to disappear then in a society of over a billion people?) Others are in a...

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Personal heroes and commitment in India

5 Mar 12

Personal heroes and commitment in India

Last week I facilitated a workshop with operational managers on personal leadership. At the start, I asked everyone about their favourite hero and shared with them that Whoopi Goldberg is mine. Not because of her acting but because of her personality. Down to earth, optimistic,...

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Shifting perspectives: from Organisations to ‘Organisings’

18 Jan 12

von: Andres Roberts | Kategorie: Inspiration
Shifting perspectives: from Organisations to ‘Organisings’

To be a true learning company, it is a risk to hold the perspective of being an organisation. Because an organisation might be seen as static – a single unmoving way of being. To perceive yourself as an organisation suggests you may perceive fixed boundaries and rules. From here it becomes easier to build or hold barriers within and around you, restricting what you are and how you operate and how you move with the world. This is risky in a world that calls for creative, nimble and adaptive ways of working. We suggest that to be a true learning organisation, capable of swifter adaptation and movement, it is helpful to explore the perspective of being an organising. Organising is a term we are framing to provoke this way of being – always fluid, moving, learning, adapting. It illustrates the distinction between perspectives of static states and fluidity. And it is a verb: showing that it is work in progress.

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Cross cultural relationships – a personal story

19 Dec 11

von: Kathalijn Vergeer | Kategorie: People
Cross cultural relationships – a personal story

I broke up with my boyfriend. He is an Indian Brahman who works in Bollywood. As a film director, he is used to ‘playing’ with traditional culture in the movies he makes. Sometimes using it to create emotional suspense in his story, and sometimes questioning...