The I4L project has officially started on May 1st 2017. We are now in the preparation phase, which includes developing the first workshop and setting up the project structure. In the meantime you can read a press release about the project here.
We are super excited to announce Mette Kim Bohnstedt as our Key-note speaker for our first workshop! Mette Kim Bohnstedt is Senior Consultant and Program Director at the Copenhagen Institute of Neuro Creativity; Founding Learning Architect for a school in Rajkot, India; and Senior Trainer for Escalino, where she focuses on social entrepreneurship within innovation.
There is still time for you to sign up for the “Konference om nye Ledelsesprincipper” taking place on the 29th of August, where you can meet the I4L team and hear more about the project. We are excited to meet you, tell you more about the project, and answer your questions. Also, we still have few
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