IBS Opens Library Event Series With Nordic Bridge Leaders Workshop


The International Business School (IBS) opened its library building to value-creating community events, think-tank initiatives, and creative workshops with a gathering of the Nordic Bridge Leaders community, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Between Hungary and the five Scandinavian nations (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden), Nordic Bridge serves as a forum for knowledge exchange and collaboration. The Scandinavian embassies in Budapest collaborated to create the initiative, which Bridge Budapest helped to launch in 2018.

The event's main goals were knowledge sharing and getting to know the concepts, best practices, and skills of Scandinavian and Hungarian nations. With fresh ideas, a keen interest in learning, and a lot of openness, the ambassadors and invited young Hungarian leaders also took part in the workshop led by Kristóf Fenyvesi and Leonard Sommer.

Many questions, suggestions, responses, and viewpoints on education and learning were expressed during the meeting, as lively discussions and conversations took place on topics like "What traits and qualities make a successful leader, and how may they be developed?", "How can we support learning and development at work?", "What does higher education look like in the future, and is earning a degree worthwhile?", and "What kind of setting fosters creativity in real life, and what makes for innovative businesses?".

The library events at IBS will continue on April 19 with an on-campus job fair for IBS students and Alumni, where the school's newly formed partnerships will present themselves too.

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