Already over 600 people from all over the world will be participating JCI Finland’s online training event. JCI Finland will organise an international public online training event Togethernet 24h on 17–18 April.
Togethernet 24h offers training for individual, organisational and entrepreneurial development for 24 hours straight. Trainers from all over the world will introduce topics such as remote work, networking, giving feedback, sales, presentation skills, self-confidence and communications development and lean methodology.
There are over 600 participants from over 40 countries, including Australia, Mauritius and New Zealand. Registration is open until Thursday.
- Development is possible in spite of the pandemic and together we can learn from each other. For building a better understanding and for our personal development, it is valuable to gain perspective from all around the world, share experiences and network internationally, says the President of JCI Finland Michaela Palmberg.
The whole event is in English. Registration is open on the website: http://www.togethernet24h.com. The training sessions are open for everyone.
- Other JCI countries have received this initiative well and it has been easy the get people involved. JCI members are generally proactive and solution-oriented people who are willing to help and make an impact on the society. It is an excellent group for trying out new things and learning together. We have gotten great support from our network and it has been a truly a pleasure to see how this event has seen the daylight after just a few weeks’ work enabling us to share the network’s know-how with everyone”, says project manager Pauliina Papunen.
Kansallinen puheenjohtaja Michaela Palmberg, [email protected], +358408401770
Toiminnanjohtaja Elna Jokinen, [email protected], +358405764748
JCI or Junior Chamber International is a global nonprofit organisation of young active citizens age 18 to 40 who are engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. Active citizens are individuals invested in the future of our world. JCI gathers active citizens from all sectors of society and develops leaders for a changing world. We develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to make informed decisions and take action. JCI Finland was founded 1957 and forms a network of 5.000 people in Finland. Globally JCI operates in over 110 countries and has over 200 000 members worldwide.
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