“Let’s connect” is a 2-days-long conference for the closed round of participants with a tailor-made agenda that will help organizations for future work and development.
A project that unites
“Career made at home” should sound more attractive. 😄 Encouraging young talented people to actively bring positive developments in their home countries instead of emigrating is the main drive behind the “Let’s connect” project.
We believe that international networks, collaboration, and growth can bring change. Hence, we’ve developed the “Let’s connect” project with the primary goal of helping and serving. The project supports non-governmental organizations whose core purpose is aligned with its purpose and who are actively working in areas of international collaboration, entrepreneurship, and youth empowerment.
“Let’s connect” is a project organized in four regions in Central and Southeastern Europe, intending to help and support the NGOs in those active regions mentioned above.
The “Let’s connect” is a 2-days-long conference for the closed round of participants. The forum has a tailor-made program to help organizations with future work and development.
The event information
The program is designed to cover topics of high importance for organizational work and to develop leadership skills. The training will be held by Josip Bošnjaković, a certified NLP Master trainer and consultant from Bridge communication.
The program is designed for two active days. The topics that are going to be covered include:
- Role as a manager
- Cooperative framework
- Building confidence and trust
- Active listening
- Giving and receiving feedback
- Making goals SMART
- Delegating for commitment
- Action plan
During the conference, participants will be able to develop the following competencies:
- Communication skills
- Receiving and giving feedback
- Goal setting
- Emotion control
- Developing positive relationships
We will send the program with a precise timetable to the participants sometime in October.
Accommodation & Venue information
The event gathering will occur in the late afternoon on 9th of June. It will last until 11th of June.
The event will be held at the Original Sokos Hotel Viru.
The accommodation will be provided for all participants in Original Sokos Hotel Viru, Tallinn.
For more information about the event venue and accommodation, you can check out here.
The participation fee for the event is €30.
The fee covers the following:
- Accommodation for two nights and meals
- Travel expenses—with a limit of €100
- Two days of interactive professional training
And many more. For more information, look at the section “Surprise.” 😄
Participants will be asked to confirm their participation by the 28th of April. Meanwhile, we will deliver all the necessary information about the event beforehand.
As a confirmation of participation, participants will be asked to cover the participation fee of €30 until the 7th of May.
During the rest of April and May, participants can contact Ms. Sanja Vukanić, the event’s project manager, for more information.
The benefits of participation
There are many positive aspects to participating in this event. The “Let’s connect” idea came from a good place and offers as much as possible.
This is how one can describe the benefits of participation:
- A new set of skills and knowledge for the organization
- New regional and local contacts
- Great experience
- Partnership with Mummert
- Support in local activities
- Certificate of completion and conference participation
Who we are
We are a network in the countries of Central and Southeastern Europe for European integration. Our association was founded by numerous alumni of the Rochus and Beatrice Mummert Foundation’s Funding program to advance the founders’ vision.
The association is in close contact with Germany, as the core members have completed a master’s degree in Cologne or Aachen.
As managers, the returning young professionals make a lasting contribution to their home countries economic and civil society development. We would like to increase the attractiveness of a “career made at home.” We want to engage young, talented people to encourage others to actively work on bringing positive developments in their home countries and to help shape the future of their countries from within instead of emigrating.
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Participation in the organization
Sanja Vukanić – Project Manager
Maja Obradović and Zorana Popović – Event Managers
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We are a network in the countries of Central and Southeast Europe for European integration. Our association was founded by numerous alumni of the Funding program of the Rochus and Beatrice Mummert Foundation to advance the vision of the founders.