169. Intercultural communication in large corporations, based on example of The Coca-Cola Company
On July 25, The Coca-Cola Company deputy director for HR and development Yulia Denisova-Akchakodzha gave RANEPA Summer Campus participants a lecture and answered their questions. The students learned about the intricacies of working with human resources.
170. Yaroslav Orlov on sources of creativity
The topic of creativity and moving away from stereotypical thinking was repeatedly covered at Summer Campus 2016. Yaroslav Orlov, the creative director of the Instinct advertising agency and More agency, spoke to the Campus participants about what is behind the word “creativity” and whether there are still creative professions.
171. Bjorn Stenvers gives value guideposts for the 21st century
Bjorn Stenvers, the director for marketing the Amsterdam History Museum and the Geelvinck-Hinlopen Museum, told Summer Campus participants about progress of value guideposts for this century. The ideas evoked a lively response from the students, the professionals of the future.
172. Recipes for leadership in the 21st century from Sam Potolicchio
What has changed in the usual portrait of leader in the 21st century? What do you need to do in order to be convincing? Which communication methods will work, which can be forgotten about? RANEPA Professor and director of the Global Governance and Leadership program Sam Potolicchio answered these student questions at Summer Campus.
173. Yermolai Solzhenitsyn: Conflict is a useful competition
On the seventh day of the RANEPA Summer Campus education forum for students, Yermolai Solzhenitsyn, the managing director of McKinsey & Company’s Moscow office, spoke about the features and use of conflicts.
174. Michael Page on the different styles of behaving in a conflict
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at Bentley University Michael Page gave talks to Campus participants twice. The topic of his first lecture was the different styles of behaving in conflict situations.
175. Capital market trends considered at Summer Campus 2016
Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC executive director Neil Osborn visited RANEPA’s Summer Campus and spoke about the future of the capital market and economic trends.
176. A battle of styles at Summer Campus
On July 23, at RANEPA’s Summer Campus there was a brilliant dance competition – Dance Battle. The participants had total freedom in choosing the style and also a carte-blanche for improvisation. Teams of two boys and two girls on each team fought for the right to be called the best dancers.
177. Ian Proud analyzes economy of Great Britain
At Summer Campus, Ian Proud, Counsellor for Economic, Trade and Energy Issues at the British Embassy in Moscow, gave a lecture. He spoke about the features of the development of the British economy in the period starting 1980 until today.
178. Intercultural communication worked on at Summer Campus
Participants in RANEPA’s Summer campus international forum attended interactive training sessions on intercultural communication. RANEPA Professor Dragos Dorobat demonstrated the importance of supporting active cultural dialogue in an accessible game format.
179. Problem of equality in society considered at RANEPA’s Summer Campus
On the sixth day of RANEPA’s Summer Campus forum, Knesset DeputyYousef Jabareen met with participants, he dedicated his lecture to the problem of infringement on the rights of ethnic minorities.
180. Number of Summer Campus participants become Adventurers
On July 23 Campus participants were convinced that it is possible to learn not only in lecture halls with notebooks and a pen in hand. New knowledge can be acquired through games. Evidence could be found in the simulation game “Adventurers”, which was organized by the youth talent platform, Sustainable Future of Russia.