Conference "Mobiliseren van Eigen Kracht"

The local foundation StepAhead and FWG-advise from the Netherlands organize a conference with the subject Management-HRM and the new country Curaçao. The conference is about assembling talent, energy, and creativity into a harmonious entity and it focuses on realizing objectives on society, organization, personal matters.

A number of questions that come up for discussion are: can the specialty information governance bridge between these objectives? How can an organization-bound HRM contribute to the development of the new country Curacao? Which competences are needed to realize the new country?
The conference is held in the auditorium of the Central Bank on September 4 from 13:30 till 18:00. Finance-minister Ersilia de Lannooy (PNP) will do the official opening. Speakers are minister Omayra Leeflang (PAR, Education, Sport, and Public Health), Jerry Hasselmeyer (Central Bank), Martha Dijkhoff, Carlos Weeber (architect), Andrey Pichardo, Rubya Maduro, Ed Eleonora, Ries van Romwel, and Jan Helmond. Key-note speaker is Rik Maes of the University of Amsterdam.
Registration is possible at Intermedia Uitzendbureau on telephone number 736-1222 and 736-1589, fax number 738-1816 or via e-mail address This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
StepAhead is a foundation that considers herself as ‘provider of possibilities, ideas, alternatives, and solutions’ for among others education, human resources, management, quality systems, self-realization, and communication.
FWG-advise is a HRM consultant working in the healthcare in the Antilles since the late nineties.

(Source: CIFA)

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