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Global Networking: Friday, Nov. 15, 17:00 - 20:00 (The Hague)


“Successful Global Negotiations, Mediation, and Cross-cultural Communication”

Webster University - Leiden, Netherlands Campus (Directions:

Tentative Agenda:

17: Protected content – Coffee and Tea Reception
17:20 – 19:00
• Welcome by Arthur De La Loza, American Attorney, J.D., LL.M.
Head of the Department of Business and Management,
Webster University, The Netherlands, Protected content
• Mrs. Petra Wullings, Finland / The Netherlands, Senior Consultant and International Business Development at Finpro, Chairlady of the Finnish/Dutch Trade Guild Board
• Mr. Fredrik Fogelberg, Principal Consultant at Nomadic International Business Psychology - Workshop on how to communicate in cross-cultural & virtual teams
• Mrs. Saare Remes –Finland, Successful Mediation Techniques
• Mrs. Susanna Nevalainen, Finland / The Netherlands, Internationally Certified NLP trainer, Entrepreneur - “How Not to Communicate”

19:00 Wine and cheese networking-

Brought to you by: Center for the Advancement of Women and Diversity in Business (CAWDB), Multinational Institute of Business, and Webster Global Entrepreneurship Alliance - With a combined Protected content members in 62 countries-
with special thanks for the kind cooperation and support of the Finnish/Dutch Trade Guild!

RSVP and bring a guest: Sarah Mahaffey ( Protected content ), Department of Business and Management Teaching Assistant, or Anastasija Krstic [ Protected content ] CAWDB, Chair, Communications and Media

Department of Business & Management, Webster University, NL
Mission Statement Walker School of Business: “To empower students of the Walker School of Business to achieve success by providing opportunities for creative, comprehensive and global professional experiences and by cultivating beneficial partnerships and connections among students, employers and the Webster University community.”

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