April 11, 2019
On April 9th Ms. Anja Marković, Executive Director of the Association for Civil Society Bonsai from Dubrovnik, honored us once again as the guest speaker in the Entrepreneurial Responsible Leadership course, taught by prof. Milena Kužnin.
The topic of her speech was "Social Entrepreneurship & Purpose Economy”.
Ms. Marković as the Executive director of Association for Civil Society Bonsai manages the Volunteer Center Dubrovnik as well. She believes in lifelong learning and is currently at the final year of the Gestalt psychotherapy studies. Her personal and professional motto is that "the world is what we make of it” and therefore she talked to our students about the value of purpose, autonomy and mastery at work.
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