Join our free webinar about Corporate social Responsibility and contribute to economic and social development

23 October 2017

Join MSM’s free webinar in which you will get you a glimpse on how our Corporate Social Responsibility program will provide you with the theoretical and practical CSR skills and how to apply the concepts to the practice of your own organization.

When: Monday 23 October 2017
Time: 3.00 PM CET (Summer time)
Presenters and leadtrainers: Diederik de Boer, Assistant Professor in Sustainable Business Development
Mirjana Stanišić, Expert and lecturer in Project Management at MSM

During the 30 minute webinar you will get all the insights about the program and there is plenty of time to ask all the questions you may have.

Interested? Click here to enter the registration page. On this page click on the Register button at the bottom of the page.

Important: Once you have registered for the webinar, you will receive your log-in details from Cisco Webex. We advise you to check upfront if you are able to join the webinar without technical issues. To check this you can activate the Event Manager set up at your PC or laptop via this link.

About Diederik de Boer Diederik de Boer works as an Assistant Professor in Sustainable Agri-Business Development at Maastricht School of Management and is lecturer in the Corporate Social Responsibility Program. He worked for seven years for the United Nations and the Dutch Ministry for Development Cooperation in Cambodia, Mongolia, Korea and Palestine. At MSM he is managing projects related to sustainable business development in a variety of countries including Kenya, Ethiopia, Georgia and Jordan. Want to know more? Click here to read the full story

 

About Mirjana Stanišić Mirjana is working as a consultant and lecturer at MSM. The combination of conducting training sessions, project management and doing various consultancy tasks makes her position within MSM a very interesting one. Working in multicultural environment, with different backgrounds, sharing experience with participants, and helping them in the process of (always different) personal and professional development, is what she appreciate the most. Want to know more? Click here to read the full story.

 

We hope to meet you online on 23 October!

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