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Written by Husen   
Monday, 21 April 2008 21:30

Since I started business school a year ago there is a myriad of networking events going on around me every month, and I just could not get myself to go to these events despite the pressure from peers, professors and others. No doubt, there is a lot of pressure today, especially in the business community, to network.  So finally, I decided to attend a workshop about networking given by Darcy Rezac because I wanted to settle this issue for myself for good. And I told my self that after this event I will either start networking effectively or I will decide that networking is truly not for me and stop doing it altogether. I went on the day of the workshop and he started by asking a question. “How many people attach a pejorative sense to networking?” and I was probably the first person to raise my hand. He points at me asks me “Why do you think so?” So I gave an answer that Mr. Rezac confirmed was not unique. I said, “Networking implies using human relations for very materialistic ends and I don’t like that”.


After sitting there for two hours I developed a completely new view of networking; a view that is positive, constructive and that I can share with a lot of other people who either dread or otherwise hate networking. Please read on to know what networking is really about.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 24 April 2008 14:05 )
Correlating Time Orientations and Burnout : Using Inter-Cultural Skills to Combat Societal Problems PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Corina Mihaela Paraschiv   
Monday, 24 March 2008 16:57

Did you ever notice how your relationship to time determines some of the social problems of your country? In South Africa, in Cape Verde, your most important resource is money. Rich people run after money. In North America, time is your most important asset. Rich people run after time. The attitude towards time is therefore drastically different.

A European-American in Africa PDF Print E-mail
Written by Corina Mihaela Paraschiv   
Sunday, 09 March 2008 19:22


How is it to be a European-American visiting Africa? Will one have a large culture shock or would he blend in easily? Following my one-week stay in South Africa, I will comment on the adjustments a European-American may have to make in an African environment.

South African perspectives on Leadership PDF Print E-mail
Written by Corina Mihaela Paraschiv   
Sunday, 09 March 2008 19:12
On March 4th 2008, while in Capetown, I organized a conference onboard the Scholar Ship with EDUCO to learn about their South African experience of leadership. Until now I had never realized how the “ideal leader” is something that changes depending on different countries. The ideas presented here are meant to contrast the American vision of leadership with the perspective I've been presented with from my trip to South Africa, with interactions with locals, EDUCO and the Western Cape Business Opportunities Forum.
Importance of Team Work in Non-profit Organisations PDF Print E-mail
Written by Bhushan Bhuvanagiri   
Wednesday, 05 March 2008 23:26

What is team work and why is it that important?

The crucial part of a developing organisation in its growth is incorporating the habit of working as a team and distributing the work load. No matter how small the organization, it is important for each and every one to work as part of a team and achieve success at every stage. Most of us do know how important it is to work in a team. However, many have not understood how build effective teams and how to develop effective team work. This article will help you understand what teamwork is, and how to achieve team work especially in a Non-Profitable Organisation.

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