Agenda of 3rd Educational Event B-WCo Istanbul 20 – 22 March 2013

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The Agenda of the 3rd Educational Event of the B-WCo in Istanbul between 20th – 22nd March 2013 is available. In this event there are a Seminar “Human Resources Seminar, Primary Aspects of Managing Effective HumanResources” and a Workshop “Businesses for Migrants and People with Disabilities”. You are all welcome to participate. For further information please contact the Partner organization from your country (see Contact us section). 

 

“Balkan Women Coalition for Professional Qualification and Training in the field of Business and Economic Science” (B-WCo)
Turkey Events
20-22 March 2013


1.DAY SEMINAR
Human Resources Seminar, Primary Aspects of Managing Effective Human Resources
March 20, 2013

KAGIDER Women Development Center, 19 Mayis Cad. No:35 K:1 D:20 A Residence

09:30 – 10:00    Registration and Welcome Coffee
10:00 – 10:10    Welcome Remarks
                          Gülden Türktan, President, KAGIDER
                          Despoina Triakosari, President, SEGE
10:10 – 10:50    The Importance of Human Factor for Organizations
                          Bahar Kayserilioğlu, Founder and CEO, KARUNA Management Consultancy
10:50 – 12:00    The Five Main Steps in Human Resource Planning Training, KAGIDER
                          Derya Türkkorkmaz, Managing Partner, ManAsset Staffing Solutions, TURKEY

12:00 – 12:30    Q&A and discussion

12:30 – 14:00    Lunch Break

14:00 – 17:40    Problem Solving, Performance Development Discussion For an Effective HR System
                          Panel

         14:00 – 14:30       How to solve conflicts in organizations, RCOM
                                      
Carmen Stanila, Deputy Director, Regional Center for Organization
                                       Management, ROMANIA

         14:30 – 15:00       How to Motivate Your Team Training, ZRIINSKI
                                       Martina Ferk, Director, Vice Dean for Development and International
                                       Cooperation, Education Group Zrinski, CROATIA

         15:00 – 15:30       How to deal with difficult employees, SELENA
                                       Juliana Mincheva, Vice President, Association of Women Entrepreneurs
                                       in Bulgaria (SELENA), BULGARIA

         15:30 – 16:00       Performance appraisal and performance management, SEGE
                                      Tsaltampasi Apostolina, Secretary General and Board Member,
                                      Greek Association of Women Entrepreneurs (SEGE), GREECE

         16:00 – 16:15       Coffee Break        

         16:15 – 17:15       Q&A and discussion

         17:15 – 17:30       Concluding remarks of day 1
                                      Yesim Seviğ, Secretary General, KAGIDER

20:00 – 22:00    Dinner Organized by KAGIDER


2. DAY
March 21, 2013
(SEMINAR AND WORKSHOP, PLEASE NOTE THE PARALLEL EVENTS)

Human Resources Seminar, Primary Aspects of Managing Effective Human Resources (Contd.)
KAGIDER Women Development Center, 19 Mayis Cad. No:35 K:1 D:20 A Residence

09:30 – 10:00    Welcome Coffee

10:10 – 10:20    Opening Remarks
                          Emine Kütük, Board Member, KAGIDER, TURKEY

10:20 – 12:30    Panel on Teams, Culture and Change to Maximize the Performance of Organizations


          10:20 – 10:50     Ingredients of an effective team; behavior and roles in effective
                                     team, Speaker TBD / SERBIA
                                     LJubica Markovic Association of Business Women "EVE", Valjevo, SERBIA

          10:50 – 11:20     Organization Culture, U.C.E.E.M – N.S.Z
                                     Martina Ferk, Vice Dean for Development and International Cooperation,
                                     Education Group Zrinski, CROATIA

          11:20 – 11:50     Managing Change, A.B.W., N.C.G.E., J.C.W.E.
                                     Valentina Disoska, President, ASSOCIATION OF BUSINESSWOMEN, FYROM


          11:50– 12:30      Q&A and discussion


12:30 – 14:00    Lunch Break

14:15 – 16:15    Editing Training materials

What have learned from each other with participation of one person of each organization (parallel event with the opening of the workshop and in another hall)


Workshop on Businesses for Migrants and People with Disabilities (Contd.)


13:30 – 14:00    Registration and Welcome Coffee

14:00 – 14:15    Opening of Workshop on Businesses for Migrants and People with Disabilities,
                          Nuray Özbay, Deputy Secretary General, KAGIDER, Turkey

14:15  16:15    Workshop on Businesses for Migrants and People with Disabilities,

          14:15 – 14:45    Migrant and disabled labor, existing challenges in employment
                                    and entrepreneurship sphere
                                    Nadia Terziiska, Board Member, Association of Women Entrepreneurs
                                    in Bulgaria (SELENA), BULGARIA

          14:45 – 15:15    How to Overcome existing Challenges and How to tap on the
                                    Opportunities of Migrant and disabled Labor
                                    Natasha Dokovska, Executive Director, Journalists for Human Rights, FYROM

          15:15 – 15:45    Empowering the Disabled in Labor Force, Solution Proposals from the Field
                                    Maja Quien, Development Manager, Education Group Zrinski, CROATIA

          15:45 – 16:45    Q&A and Discussion on country perspectives


3. DAY
Workshop on Businesses for Migrants and People with Disabilities (Contd.)

09:30 – 10:00    Welcome Coffee

10:00 – 12:00    Case Study Discussion / Case studies & success stories of migrants, disabled people
                          and refugees (RCOM), moderated by RCOM representative

    
          10:00 – 10:30    Situation and case studies from Romania, RCOM experience about Romania
                                    Paula Anastasiade, Program Assistant, Regional Center for Organization
                                    Management (RCOM), ROMANIA
          10:30 – 11:00    Situation and case studies from Albania, P.B.W.H.A experience about Albania
                                    Flutura Xhabija, President, Professional & Business Women Association
                                    of Albania - PBWA - SHGPAZ, ALBANIA
          11:00 – 11:30    Situation and case studies from Serbia, EVE and A.B.W experience about Serbia
                                    Olivera Popovic, Vice President, Association of Business Women in Serbia, SERBIA
          11:30 – 12:00    Discussion and Q&A

12:00 – 14:00    Panel discussion on Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship for empowering
                          Migrant and Disabled, moderated by KAGIDER representative

          12:00 – 12:30    Entrepreneurship as an economic activity opportunity to overcome existing labor
                                    market challenges for disabled people
                                    Lütfiye Kelleci Birer, Association For Woman With Disabilities, President, Turkey
          12:30 – 13:00    Social entrepreneurship as a means to societal integration of migrants, disabled
                                    and refugees,
                                    Maja Quien, Development Manager, Zriinski, CROATIA
          13:00 – 13:30    Special incentives and support mechanisms for disabled or migrant women
                                    entrepreneurs, how to empower them,
                                    Elizabeth Tzialla, Board Member, SEGE / GREECE
          13:30 – 14:00    Q&A and discussion

14:00 – 15:30     Lunch Break

15:30 – 17:40    Grundtvig Project Meeting

                         Closed session for representatives of the associations in the Grundtvig Project for Balkan
                         Coalition Coordinators

 

Organized by:

bwco-kagider-turkey

 

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