• Three steps towards efficient proposals

    Hassan is a very devoted international fundraiser. His work is challenging him to have a structured approach in finding the right donors at the right time. But the haphazard way of working and the unclear involvement of other colleagues is tiring him out. Which tips can we give Hassan?

    news07 May 2019
  • The assumptions of a good leader

    We are always curious to know what our participants have been up to after completing their training with us. This week we spoke to Meskerem Ritmeester from AgriProFocus who participated in the Leadership and People Management course last summer. In this article, Meskerem reflects on her most important insights and how she has put it into her work practice. 

    news29 Apr 2019
  • ALL HANDS ON DECK: MAKING PARTNERSHIPS WORK BETTER

    It was this era during which there was confidence in the “change-ability”of our world. There was confidence among the international community that the world’s problems could be addressed collectively. 

    news26 Apr 2019
  • Why participants’ motivation matters

    Imagine that you’ve prepared your training very well. During the second day of the training, you sense that the participants’ motivation lies more in discovering the country. What do you do: work harder to inspire the participants or drop your agenda and just go with the flow? 

    news12 Apr 2019
  • From Classroom to Social Enterprise

    “What is a future proof solution that combines business with social goals?" Not older than 14, it doesn't stop these students to think about solutions to solve societal problems. The experienced social entrepreneur Herman Snelder provides new knowledge into the world of social impact.

    news05 Apr 2019

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