The working environtment is a lot more fun nowadays - what with ping pong tables, emoticons included in messages sent between colleagues and latte espresso machines in the office kitchen. But that has come with late night emails and slack messages from your boss on a Saturday afternoon. Does having fluent boundaries matter when it comes to work?
Murat shares with us the different things he’s learnt about leading a team as manager of Mr. Crab seafood restaurant.
Film scholar Daniel Kulle highlights that we might be asking the wrong questions when it comes to technology. He suggests that we should instead hop on board the technology wagon and steer it where we want it to go - rather than wait for it to do the steering.
Having recently moved to Amsterdam, Carla Filippo is still finding her way around the city. However, she’s already looking to join the workforce here, and plans to apply the lessons she learnt in her home country, Brazil, to her life in this new place.
Isaac Roach didn’t have the best experience as an employee of a large company. However, he’s found a way to turn the bad into something good. Listen to his story in his words by clicking on the image above.
Alexander Petrovic is a young Serbian visiting Amsterdam with his family. Although he finds the city charming, he insists that it’s incomparable to his hometown, Belgrade. He tells us why in this story.
Ouissal Mouyl explains how the people you work with affects your working environment. Hear more from her by listening to her visual podcast.
Marcella Arruda talks about her project “School Without Walls”, and explains how she’s using it to teach people just how much they can do with recycled items.
Leo Baléz is a young, French national currently working in the Netherlands. He says living a nomadic life has taught him not to plan too much for the future, but rather to focus on where he is in the moment.