The 2nd day of the first international Diversity in Project Management conference will be opened by ‘corporate anthropologist’ Jitske Kramer. She will show the value of inclusion and the impact this has on project teams and project managers:
The power of inclusion
In an inclusive culture, people are key. Diversity is invited, opposing views are openly explored and everyone is valued for who he or she is. The question is: how much diversity can you handle? This keynote will talk about the value of inclusion and the impact this has on project teams and their leaders… I dare you. To be different. To see different, think different, act different. To use everyone’s uniqueness. To be yourself and to fit in. To look from a distinctive perspective…
Jitske Kramer is an expert in the field of diversity, international teamwork and corporate culture. As a trained ethnographer she did research in Botswana, Uganda and then entered the corporate world as international consultant / facilitator. She is dedicated to crack the code to powerful leadership, combined with inclusive decision-making. To build strong tribes. Safe for diversity. Ready for change. Jitske is co-founder and director of The Culture Academy. ‘Trainer of the Year’ (2013). Best-seller author of the award winning The Corporate Tribe (with Danielle Braun, Management book of the year 2016), Deep Democracy, Managing Cultural Dynamics and Wow! What a difference.
The first International Conference on Diversity in Project Management is introduced bij the International Project Management Association (IPMA) and CKC Seminars. It will be organized on April 10 and 11 in ‘s Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands and aims to be the first in a long series of DiPM Conferences initiated by IPMA