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They say that the best skill an entrepreneur can have is the skill of awareness and questioning. The questions offer new answers and job opportunities. Guided by this idea, the Center for Knowledge Management realized the event Young Kreativ Day which is part of the project Erasmus+ Young Kreativ Social Enterprises through the mobilization of Digital skills and Intercultural dialogue aims to boost and encourage creative social entrepreneurial learning of young people through upskilling and empowering youth workers, educators and mentors as primary vehicles of the professional development of youth.

On the 20th and 21st of June, the team of the Let’s Digital project, met in Skopje within the scope of the Transnational Project Meeting. Representatives from all partner-organizations were present at the meeting, including i-Box, EuroCircle, FISPE, Asociacion Progrestion, Programma Integra, and of course, the host, the Center for Knowledge Management.

The project Final Conference, held in Brussels on 2 March 2022, gathered around 60 people at the Brussels Environment Auditorium.

Following a keynote speech by Emmanuel Mossay, expert in Circular Economy, the project results were presented by the Partners.

The Conference ended with a panel discussion and debate to know whether Covid 19 accelerated the need for a Circular HRM.

To find out we invite you to read the Conference summary.

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In the duration of 4 sessions from 17.01-27. 202, the Center for Knowledge Management organized a training on Circular Human Resource Management for discussions at this year's Semos Education Academy of Human Resources.

Human resource development according to the principles of a sustainable (circular) economy is an important prerequisite for a competitive economy. Circular Human Resource Management (HRM) can lead to lasting and sustainable skills in the company unlike the current linear model of hiring, managing and eventually firing.

 

Venice, Italy, is known by several names, one of which is the ‘Floating City’. This is due to the fact that the city of Venice consists of 118 small islands connected by numerous canals and bridges and we, the CKM team, got to visit it together. We got to spend 5 days together, 2 of them in Venice and the rest 3 days in Nova Gorica, Slovenia.

 

Within the Circular HRM project for enhancing circular skills and jobs through human resources management training, the Center for Knowledge Management as one of the partners of the project, held an outdoors event on 22.09.2021 (Wednesday) at the picturesque Popova Kula in Demir Kapija. At the event, CKM hosted 30 participants who actively work in the area of Human Resources from different organisations in North MAcedonia.