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Book “Building Powerful Networks” available in store

12th, April 2016
 
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Building Powerful Global Networks

Now available in Store!

Building Powerful Networks: the Arcadis Global Shapers Story

By Tom Haak, Chantal Drenthen and Sylke Raymakers

In 2012 Arcadis, the leading global Design & Consultancy firm for natural and built assets, launched a global program aimed at the growing group of millennials in the organization. The Global Shapers program was launched to realize the potential of an international organization, to increase the global pool for high-potential professionals, to leverage the skills and talents of the new generations, and to strengthen engagement and employer branding. In four years, Arcadis created a powerful global network of young professionals who help make Arcadis a truly global and connected company.

In this book the story of the Arcadis Global Shapers. It offers inspiration, tools and guidance for other organizations who want to build powerful networks.

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Order the Book

The hard cover version of the book can be ordered at the online store. Price hardcover: EUR 18,90 excluding VAT and postage.

The book is also available as ePub: EUR 7,00 excluding VAT.

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About the Author: Tom Haak

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Tom Haak is the founder and director of The HR Trend Institute. Prior to founding the HR Trend Institute in 2014, Tom held senior HR positions in companies as Arcadis, Aon, KPMG and Philips. The HR Trend Institute detects, follows and encourages smart and creative use of trends in the field of people and organizations, and also in adjacent areas.