Having weak ties is a hallmark of equal opportunity. Schools must support children of migrants.
Lets ditch the verb “network”. Meet people, be inquisitive, share. Introduce them to your networks.
Type “Rutte” and “handshake” into your search engine and see if you can find a woman
This is a year for thinking big. To help you accomplish big things, you need people with qualities
Don’t miss this workshop @IABC Annual Conference in Washington DC. #SYTYCN
In a 45 minute #SYTYCN workshop, colleagues learn how to let each other know what they are up to.
Transformation, I discover, can be about ensuring that the thing that was going to happen, doesn’t.
ZijSpreekt, American Book Center in Amsterdam, review in Changing the Terms. #SYTYCN is rocketing.
Networking is connectivity, honesty, passion and courage to get things done because our ideas matter
When social capital shows itself to be so much more valuable than money
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