I’m presenting at the 2014 Delftse Bedrijvendagen

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Sometimes, when you work somewhere, you just want to let everyone know what a great place it is to work. I guess you know the feeling, or, alternatively, a company you might get that feeling at…

Next week, I get a renewed opportunity to tell people how much fun it is to work at OGD and how they help me to be the best I can be, both in my professional career, and as a father and husband.


Logo De Delftste Bedrijvendagen

About the Delftse Bedrijvendagen

The Delftse Bedrijvendagen is an annual event for students to kick start their careers. This event consists of various events that marks the start of the professional careers of the 2200 students attending this event, this year.

The two ‘presentation days’ are an integral part of the event. During these days, employers have the opportunity to entice soon-to-be Bachelors of Science (BSc) and Masters of Science (MSc) at the Delft University of Technology to come work for them.

The presentation days hosted at the Aula building of the University of Technology Delft on Tuesday February 18th, 2014 and Wednesday February 19th, 2014.

About my presentation

On February 19th, 2014, my employer has a nice presentation slot, between 1:30 PM and 2:10PM. My presentation is part of this 40-minute time slot.

First, our CEO, Roel Nikkessen, will give a broad overview of the company and its 26 years of history. Next, I’ll be sharing my view on our core values and how these translate in the current way we work. Of course, I’ll be sharing the way I found my niche within the organization, how I started with blogging and speaking and how these two factors continue to shape my career and the future of OGD.

My part of the presentation is likely to be similar to the presentation I provided at the Dutch Career Event (March 2011). Luckily I’ll be able to slightly update it, since I advanced my career somewhat since then. Knipogende emoticon

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