Snak så de’batter – mellemrunde (in Danish)

Bliv skarp i din kommunikation!! Snak så de’batter er en årligt tilbagevendende landsdækkende debatkonkurrence, hvor JCI afdelingerne dyster imod hinanden. Konkurrencen er hardcore træning i argumentations- og præsentationsteknik, retorik, modargumentation samt feedback. Alt sammen på den FEDE måde. Konkurrencen er en mulighed for at blive knivskarp i forhold til at stå overfor et publikum og [...]

By | February 25th, 2017|0 Comments

February Chapter Meeting: How to do Successful marketing for your Business or your JCI Chapter!

Here is a fact: People don’t pay attention to you. It’s not because they don’t want to. It’s just because there are so many things competing for everybody’s attention all the time. •    Facebook is filled with content. And an algorithm that sorts most of it away. •    Email inboxes are filled with unread mails [...]

By | February 15th, 2017|0 Comments

January Chapter Meeting: JCI Copenhagen International General Assembly

A new year, a new beginning, new ideas and projects… We will at the general assembly focus on finding the good ideas for projects for the coming year. Karen Würtz is an experienced facilitator and concept developer and she will guide us through the process. Professionally she also helps companies generating and describing the great [...]

By | January 11th, 2017|0 Comments

Regional meeting 24. november: Nagieb Khaja and Doctors Without Borders

Filmmaker Nagieb Khaja spent 12 days with a team of rescue workers. In war, he witnessed their special bond. Join us at our regional meeting in November, where we will focus on life in war-torn regions and hear stories from award winning Danish filmmaker Nagieb Khaja and Doctors Without Borders who have first-hand experiences. This [...]

By | November 24th, 2016|0 Comments

The Future of Work

Meploy was created to help people find any type of job they want, whenever they want, and wherever they are. The vision is a world with zero youth unemployment. Our current perception of the job market is under pressure. People want more flexible work solutions. Employers need more staffing flexibility to manage peaks and lows. [...]

By | October 12th, 2016|0 Comments

September Chapter Meeting: Artificial Intelligence in Our Future

What impact will Artificial Intelligence have on the world? How will businesses change as the digital workforce grows? How will Internet of Things affect the way we interact with objects, buildings, plants, etc.? How will commerce in the future be conducted? These are some of the questions Accenture will answer and give their view upon. [...]

By | September 14th, 2016|0 Comments

JCICI Canada Team escapes ruthless kidnappers!

Okay, maybe not exactly. It was, in fact, just a game. But it was really exciting, and the team showed some mad break-out skills! In JCI Copenhagen International we take pride in our achievements and work hard to make each of our projects a success. This is no different for the Canada Project. We also recognise [...]

By | May 26th, 2016|Event recap, Stories, WC2016|1 Comment

JCICI May Chapter Meeting: Theme to be announced

More information on theme and location to come. JCICI members register for free. International House guest and JCI members from other chapters pay 175 kr. Guests 220 kr. For more information on JCICI and our activities and events, please feel free to visit us at www.jcici.org or facebook.

By | May 11th, 2016|0 Comments

JCICI April Chapter Meeting: Success is not an accident. Success is a choice.

Why do some people achieve massive success while others are struggling to get the next promotion? Skills such as mindset, productivity, passion and persuasion are just a few important ones. If you can master these skills and the rest required for excellent performance you will be freed from mediocrity and success will part of your [...]

By | April 13th, 2016|0 Comments

March Chapter Meeting: Future-based Idea Generating and Pitching Workshop

People come to JCI events knowing that each one is on a path of learning. So we take it upon ourselves to allow members a voice and an active role. Because teamwork requires a level of comfort and safety in knowing that your ideas matter, we also provide positive feedback in our group interactions.The [...]

By | April 11th, 2016|Blog, Event recap, Stories|0 Comments