CONTINUOUS LEARNING // WHY CURIOSITY IS THE #1 SKILL TO DEVELOP

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GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP WEEK 2019 – WINDESHEIM - EVENT#4

Did you know that Steve Jobs followed a calligraphy class when he dropped out of college? Little did he know that later the learnings of this calligraphy class would influence Apple's revolutionary Macintosh.

There are tons of examples of legendary entrepreneurs that became succesful because of their curiosity. Entrepreneurs, by nature, are curious. They don't care what other people think and are always looking for new creative ways to reach their goals.

Dieuwke van Woensel, HR consultant & talent developer, worked with many startup founders and innovators. She will talk about the importance of curiosity in the modern workplace. Besides, she will share some practical techniques to train your curiosity and use it to stand out in your career.
This talk will be given in English.

Why these workshops?
Entrepreneurship is an important skill these days, whether you have your own company or work for a company. The fast changing business models require a different approach to almost everything.
Where during the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Industrial Revolution the entire business model was focusing on increased efficiency and minimizing errors, today during the 4th Industrial Revolution Continuous Innovation seems to be the new norm. The best way to deal with it is to educate students, employees and company founders in the art of entrepreneurship.
That’s why Windesheim, University of Applied Sciences, is offering 4 workshops to all their students and, for this special occasion, also to non-students, whether you are an entrepreneur, employee or manager.
Register if you want to benefit from this opportunity !

AGENDA
14.30 - 14.45h - Walk in
14.45-15.45h - Keynote speaker Dieuwke van Woensel, HR consultant & talent developer GrowthSpace
15.45-16.30h - Networking

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