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Workshop: I Can Do It!

24.02.2018 11:00

The First Workshop on the topic: I Can Do It within the "Share Your Knowledge" program will be held on Saturday, February 24, 2018, starting at 11:00.

The workshop is divided into two parts.

The first part of the workshop is dedicated to further acquaintance and networking, as well as further awareness of internal capacities and personal strengths that lead mentees and mentors to success. Together they will deal with previous successes, internal strengths that lead them to achieve the goals, but also the way to overcome the obstacles on that road. The workshop will be led by Karolina Vörös and Jelena Milić Jerković, psychodrama psychotherapists.

The second part of the workshop will deal with time management in order to improve the way of organizing day-to-day activities within the given deadlines. The workshop will be led by Milana Milosević, software engineer and PhD student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering.



11.00 - 14.00 My Strengths that Help me That I can
Karolina Vörös i Jelena Milić Jerković, psychodrama psychotherapists.

11.00 – 12.00 Introducing and Connecting

12.00 – 13.00 What is Success and what Internal Strenghts Lead Us to Success?

13.00 – 14.00 What Makes a Way to Success and How to Overcome Obstacles?

14.00 – 15.00 Lunch 

15.00 – 17.00 Time Management 
Milana Milošević, software engineer and PhD student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering


The Program "Share Your Knowledge” is an unique program which gives opportunity for personal and professional development of women. The program is based on concept of mentoring, and is aimed on developing support between women, through sharing of knowledge, experience and solidarity, promotion of good role models, networking and making women stronger. The main goal of the program is the professional and personal growth of women in our society, through the sharing of knowledge and experiences. The main idea of the program is to have successful and competent women, leaders for different professions that will share their knowledge and experience with young women with similar interests in order to contribute to the making of new opportunities for young women for the development of their careers with the intention of making a positive shift and establishing a healthy base for future long-lasting cooperation. The Mentoring model was developed in other parts of the world and it is successfully realized in all social areas, from science and business to politics. This model is adapted to Serbia considering our environment and social opportunities.

The Embassy of the United States of America in Belgrade, ERSTE bank, Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and European Movement in Serbia (EMinS) jountly implement program “Share your knowledge” from 2010.



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