NIN's March event is a workshop focused on finding creative ways to fulfill our needs. The workshop is inspired by the trademarked Reciprocity Ring by Wayne and Cheryl Baker of the University of Michigan and Humax. People from different backgrounds get together, make requests and use their knowledge, resources, and connections to help themselves and others fulfill their needs and achieve their goals.
About the workshop facilitators:
Dimitris Polychronopolous is passionate about culture, language, and travel. He is the coordinator for the next congress of the Society of Intercultural Education Training and Research (SIETAR) Europa in May 2017 in Dublin. He can converse in about 12 languages and has lived in seven different countries. Dimitris has an Executive Master of Business Administration from BI Norwegian Business School where two of his professors introduced his class to the Reciprocity Ring concept. Dimitris also has a Master of International Studies.
Laura Nasta is passionate about knowledge sharing, design thinking, and connecting beautiful minds. Laura has two MSc in International Business Management and Leadership and Organizational Psychology. Inspired by Adam Grant's book ''Give and take: Why helping others drives our success'', Laura and her colleague, Sofie Gjemmestad, conducted a research on the relation between giving and taking behaviors and professional networking. Laura is trained to coordinate workshops, international events, and conferences to promote mobility, non-formal learning, capacity building, and intercultural dialogues.
Note: Registration is FREE. This event is FREE for members and kr 50 for non-members. You are welcome to become a member (kr 200 per person/year; kr 300 per couple/year) during the event and enjoy NIN events worry-free. Please pay CASH.
Powered by iCagenda