If you're not currently teaching, what are you focused on?:
Developing programs and projects for and with students in collaboration with high schools, colleges and universities
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"Landscape paper, post-its, markers and dreams"
A dedicated interactive policy advisor and human capital expert. Started with researching meaningful concepts for entrepreneurship programs in Dutch colleges and universities, then researching how companies invest in their talent/human capital (what are major issues for getting Human Resources at a strategic level). Followed by designing multistakeholder programs for different sectors in the metropolitan area of Amsterdam in order to bridge the gap between education and the labour market/employers. During all those years I've always teached and developed educational entrepreneurship programs.
Thank you for your kind words! We think we accomplished a multi stakeholder approach to get everybody active in their own role and working together on shared goals even though we had to face all practical challenges different organizations and different languages bring with them. We managed not only to listen to each other but also try to help each other in our long term goal to actively work together in educating our next generation talents (leaders, employees, entrepreneurs, social workers and so on...).
I will translate one of the interviews in the magazine. That may help you hear their story Donna Tuber If you may have any specific questions, I would love to ask the participants on your behalf on March 8th, when we have a big 'harvest' meeting. Would you want to hear from the students, the teachers, the researchers, the entrepreneurs or organizations?
@Jessica Lura, they had no specific role our career. They had their personal interest and the freedom to work on assignments in their projectteam. If they wanted to divide roles, they where given a workshop on team roles and models such as Belbin and a coach who could learn them more about themselves and their contribution to a team. So in a way they could experiment with careers. They kept connected through their assignment the companies provided (research, develop, test). That gave them a great amount of flexibility in assessing who they are and what the 'outside' was asking them and finally how they should 'tackle' the project. They where treated as if they were equal to the designers, teachers and commissioners.
Thanks @Molly McMahon, I will surely connect with Natasha. I will get some more insights for your community in our harvest meeting. If you have any specific interest, please let me know and I will include these in our meeting. Innovatieklas has been active in Food, Flowers, Logistics, Leisure and Governments.