Participatory leadership and the Art of Hosting: a personal and collective journey

Participatory leadership

Last week I took a 3-day training in participatory leadership, which is how the European institutions have repackaged the ‘Art of Hosting’ approach.

I had wanted to join this training for a couple of years now but never had the chance to do so due to conflicting priorities. Now that I moved to the European Commission, it was an opportunity too good to miss. And right I was! Continue reading “Participatory leadership and the Art of Hosting: a personal and collective journey”

Net neutrality, the end of roaming charges, the migration divide and the 2016 agenda of the European Commission

27 October 2015 was a momentous day if you work in EU affairs. Today important decisions were taken and an interesting debate on migration took place during the European Parliament’s plenary session. These decisions will have a direct impact on European citizens’ lives or affect their lives in the short to medium term. Continue reading “Net neutrality, the end of roaming charges, the migration divide and the 2016 agenda of the European Commission”