DATE : 09/03/2016
AmChamps class of 2016 participants enjoyed a two-hour conversation with Andrea Brbaklić from Erste Bank and Gorana Golubović Vuksanović from MK Group and received answers to their questions related to strategy and operational steps to effective corporate, internal, external and on-line communications.
Interactive lectures and workshops on different business topics are held during one week intensive course at the premises of Banca Intesa and AmCham.
By working in teams of three people during the program, participants will strengthen the team spirit they will need later for the successful preparation of a final project - Improving Relations with Clients. Members of the team with the best rated project are awarded with the opportunity to directly qualify for the participation in the next AmChamps - Young Leaders in Change generation.
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Please follow this link to download the schedule of lectures and workshops.
*It is necessary for the participants of the program to be present at the minimum of 80% of the lectures and workshops to be able to qualify for the second phase of the program- completing the tasks and obtaining the certificate on successful completion of the program.
If you find AmChamps Summer School interesting and think you are a good fit, you can apply for the program by sending us your CV and a short video clip (max. 3 minutes) on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, no later than August 15, 2017.
DATE : 29/02/2016
Participants of AmChamps Class of 2016 had the opportunity to socialize with and learn from Živorad Vasić, General Manager of the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Belgrade and to learn about the operation of the biggest hotel in town
DATE : 18/02/2016
The AmChamps Class Of 2016 practiced various communication and influencing techniques in a Workshop.
DATE : 29/01/2016
The AmChamps Class of 2016 commenced its year-long educational program by visiting the Delhaize Distribution Center in Nova Pazova, taking part in two workshops- -Mentoring and Team Building—and finishing the day with a karoake party.