NETSHEILA DELIVERS PROJECTS THAT EXPAND WHAT IS POSSIBLE. OUR FOCUS LIES WITH NETWORKS, GENDER EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY.
Networks are everywhere. At work, people seek each other out, look for and give each other support. Networks can’t be managed, but they can be utilized. The Netsheila colleagues are ready to work with you to build and use work-related networks more creatively.
Netsheila works with city councils, schools, companies, organizations, and individuals to use networks as a resource - to help people find jobs, to support people in doing their job more efficiently, to innovate.
Netsheila works with government and international agencies to research and explore issues of gender equality. We work with companies to make diversity in the workplace a reality.
Our fundamental drive is to contribute to building healthy communities.
ALL HUMAN BEINGS ARE BORN FREE AND EQUAL IN DIGNITY AND RIGHTS
More and more readers recommend Lin McDevitt-Pugh's book So You Think You Can’t Network, A guide to using your connections as resources.
The people you know are your greatest resource. Don't squander resources! Involve these people in activities that are important to you. Let them contribute!
Now also available in Spanish: ¿Piensas que no puedes trabajar en red?
And in Dutch! The book emerged out of Lin's research into Corporate Networks; Natural Allies for Human Resource Management and grew from there. Are you a coach: invite your client to read this book. Do you work with people new to your community? Invite them to read this book too.
And would you like to know more about Lin's research activities, please visit Research Gate.
Research for gender equality
Netsheila regularly teams up with experts and institutions to research today's important issues - like how gender is incorporated in public institutions.
Mobilize networks. How corporates, schools and non-profit organizations can access the power of their internal and external networks.
Network and Connect. For refugees and other newcomers, on building functional networks.
Norms and values in the Netherlands, a workshop for refugees and other newcomers.
Teaching students with or without a migration background to build functional networks.
Invite us to speak on networks, gender and diversity. We love speaking with your audience.
Netsheila works with non-profit organizations to access financial resources and to engage powerfully with networks as part of their financial sustainability strategy.
Whether your focus is global or local, Netsheila will work with you to rediscover networks as they have been utilised for centuries. Netsheila gives individuals, organizations and companies access to networks as a management tool, a strategic tool and a development tool.
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