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Chapter name: Humanistic Management Network: Netherlands Chapter

Contact name: Bertine van Hoof, Prof. dr. Rob Blomme

Background information:

The Dutch Chapter’s people bring great diversity of experience and shared vision in the areas of sustainability, science, innovation and human development. We work with industry, government, academia, and institutional sectors to develop and integrate humanistic principles into the daily practices of companies. Our aim is to incubate dignity in organisations and align wellbeing with profitability. We believe the core purpose of business is to develop sustainable human welfare and add value to society at large.

 

Chapter activities:

We offer professionals and organizations:

- workshops and gatherings that reflect upon human values in work practices

- research on sustainability and organizational development

- in-company consultancy on social innovation.

- dialogue sessions to explore how human values can become an engine for business value and serve the wellbeing of our colleagues and our customers?

We support a humanistic management paradigm by opening up new networks of meaning, fresh insights and actionable knowledge.

 

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Program HMN gathering Dutch chapter
Wednesday 11th of May 17.00 -19.00hrs, Nyenrode, option to join for dinner


1. Welcome and start with intro of new comers
    During dinner matching and switch between courses to ensure new comers get to talk
    to us 1 on 1.

2. Proposal and test run for returning format for our meetings
    - Anouncements; short messages about HMN from our committee (LinkedIn, etc.)
    - Impressions and Inspiration; What has made an impact on us or inspired us
      recently in the news that we relate to Humanistic Management
    - Sparkle and Shine; How can we inspire and nurture each other as a group, part of
    a larger movement. Sessions for People Sparking. Warming ourselves from the
    flame of HMN: Today; How can you make a connection between your daily work/life practice and
    Humanistic Management (HuMan)

3.  Challenges and Carry On; what do we see around us that calls out for us to do
     something about, address, what are questions we (need to ) struggle with?
    Today; - "What is humanistic management for me ?
- Round Robin; suggestions for next meeting agenda and action points.

Diner; let us know if you will be joining.

On October the 31st 2015 we had a meeting with the Dutch chapter of the Humanistic Management Network. The purpose of the meeting was first to meet with people who are interested in Humanistic Management and get acquainted with each other.  We very much enjoyed the meeting with kindred and energizing spirits seeking to take practical next steps to a more humanistic working environment.

The next meeting will be held on the 3rd of February 2016, from 17.00 till 19.00 hrs at Breukelen. We invite you to join dinner with at the participant (optional) afterwards.

The Netherlands as a long tradition with Humanism which started with Erasmus in the 15th century.  In the 17th century  Spinoza had a great impact on the democracy that is lasting till today. The Dutch chapter is forming a humanistic response to the challenges of current business life.  Anyone who has a passion for aligning people, planet and profit and want to promote human respect and dignity in professional life, is more than welcome to join us. 

You can also send us your email so we can inform you about our activities. You can send this email to: Bertine van Hoof, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

October the 31st we have a meeting with the Dutch chapter of the Humanistic Management Network. The purpose of the meeting is first of all to invite people who are interested in Humanistic Management and get acquainted with each other.  During the meeting we have the opportunity to share each others background and interest in Humanistic Management.

The programme is as follows:
 

  • Introduction of the Dutch chapter and its members;
  • The Humanistic Management Network and current global developments;
  • Short presentation of the research agenda by prof. dr. Rob Blomme;
  • Introduction round by all the attendants;
  • How to introduce Humanistic Management in the Netherlands;
  • sharing ideas....

The meeting is from 11.00 hrs – 14.00hrs at Nyenrode Business University.

We will serve lunch and some nice wholesome snacks.

You can join the meeting by sending a mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Looking forward meeting you.
Kind regards,
The Dutch chapter


 

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