Management Week Events:
Mon June 20 (4PM) - "Corporate Culture and Employee Motivation" by Ravi Kaneriya
Tues June 21 (4PM) - Presentation of key learnings from management book "Good to Great"
Wed June 22 (4PM) - "Innovative Marketing and Communication" by Rym Bedoui Ayari, President of the Tunisian-American Chamber of Commerce and manager of Sultan's Finest Food candy factory
Thurs June 23 (4PM) - "Careers in Human Resources" by Aziza Mzoughi from Vistaprint
Thurs June 23 (5PM) - "Careers in Management" by Olfa el-Ghoul from Vistaprint
Fri June 24 (3PM) - Management Competition
Non-Management Week Events:
Mon June 20 (2:30PM) - Guest Speaker Wheldon Kennedy
Biography of Weldon Kennedy of Change.org
Weldon Kennedy is a Change.org Director of Organizing. He grew up in New Mexico and has always wondered what is beyond the next hill. After traveling the world for a year, Weldon returned the US an impassioned activist working to redress some of the injustices he had seen. After working on a variety of issues and elections, Weldon moved to London to manage membership campaigns for ONE.org - where he stayed until joining Change.org in early 2011.
Change.org is an online activism platform for social change that raises awareness about important causes and connects people to opportunities for powerful action. It works with more than 1000 of the largest organizations in the world, has a team of hundreds of journalists and organizers that span the globe, and empowers millions of people each month to make a difference.
Change.org is organized around more than a dozen leading cause-based communities, ranging from gay rights to women’s rights to animal welfare. It encourages individuals within each community to start an online petition, sign petitions related to their interests, and magnify their impact by sharing each petition with friends.
Tues June 21 (2:30PM) - Meet Alissa Strunk! The new AC Tunis Coordinator
Wed June 22 (2:30PM) - Presentation on British History by Ines Hedi
Thurs June 23 (2PM) - Presentation on "What Men Want"