Am I Right?
WikiStage ENP
  • Description

    Could mathematics be the key to know whether we are right or wrong? Tarik Zakaria Benmerar gives us the answer to this question.

    "It will provide us with the simple and abstraict view of the world, it will provide us with the deep end standing of the objects and it will provide us with general facts that we will use in our everyday life."

    "We can be both right even if we disagree."

    "Learn to hear and accept others opinion. Why, because there is always something to learn from others."

Et si on parlait des solutions?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 1 - Paris
  • Description

    "We tend to be a little depressed [...] because finally we hear a lot of problems. We talk about waste, school failure, of everything that is thrown, technologies that make us afraid, inventions that may not serve much, systems that do not work, companies that critical. In fact mainly talking about the problems.

    So, is it inevitable? Sometimes it seems so because the media tend to speak as always to what is going wrong.

    And I think it is not inevitable eventually. I give you an example, the media often say '. The trains that arrive on time interest no one' ''

    We convinced Liberation to a number only on solutions and this has been the best selling of the year. "

    "I want to tell you about these people in the slums who do not have the means to buy musical instruments and who said: '' It does not matter, we will manufacture them ourselves same with garbage. '' "

    "I can also tell you about this child who was no dictation. [...] Fortunately his teacher has said, '' But I can not leave it like that, poor. So instead of making him do dictations I will make him a dissertation with a rule: I will read the essay to the class when there are no more spelling mistakes, it can help with a dictionary and grammar book. '' the day came when actually the dissertation had no fault, the teacher reads to the class and it was great. And the professor told his students: '' You see, we had a dunce in the class and now was a genius. ' "

    "Solutions exist, share them! "

    "Let's talk solutions and I think the world will go much better. "

     

Farid Ghanem

Comment réussir?
WikiStage ENP
  • Description

    « La réussite, c'est 30% d'inspiration, et 70% de transpiration. »

    « Tout ce qu'on enseigne n'est pas nécessairement pour des machines, ça s'applique aussi dans la vie, puis vous donnez aux étudiants la capacité de modéliser. »

    « Vous n'avez pas besoin d'être un deuxième Einstein pour être dans ce lieu. Tout ce qu'il vous faut, c'est un grand travail, dur, et avoir une grande ambition. Comme on dit, l'inspiration vient en travaillant. »

     

Martin Kupp

A speaker's advice for your WikiTalk: How to prepare?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 3
  • Description

    WikiStage is about curiosity. It is a collaborative non-profit project of people around the world who think it is important to never stop learning and to stay curious.

Zakaria El Hamzaoui

Que faire pour rendre la recherche d'emploi efficace?
  • Description

    "La recherche d'emploi depend de chaque profile, chaque profile a un USP: Unique Selling Proposition"

    "Pour moi la vie, elle est représentée en trois étapes: la naissance, la vie et la mort. Telle est la recherche emploi, il faut un choix plus au moins influencé, une décision et une conséquence. Un choix, c'est un choix d'orientation; une décision c'est la spécialisation; conséquence - employé ou pas"

     

Michael Rickwood

How to answer a big question in a short talk?
WikiStage AntiCafé
  • Description

    Michael Rickwood shows few simple steps so as to make a short speech powerful.

    There’s time and effort needed to make a long speech short and a short speech great. To illustrate this, Michael Rickwood takes us through different steps so as to polish our talks in a way to engage our audience. First, come with a purpose for your talk, a clearly defined question that you aim to answer with your talk. Then the following principles of ‘hours, minutes and seconds’ will help you to master the art of a great WikiTalk. The hours represent the time spent on preparing your speech, from the initial brainstorming of ideas, to coming up with answers to your big questions ending up with a clear structure to facilitate communication with the audience. The minutes is the time of rehearsal which would make you ready for the speech without the need of using notes or reading out from a paper. Then, there are the seconds, the moment of truth on the stage when your speech shouldn't feel like a performance but rather a conversation with your audience.If you can combine all of these in your speech, the success is guaranteed.

    “Judge a man by his questions, not by his answers” Voltaire

    "It's gotta feel like a story, and not like a lecture. Now story, by definition, is a journey full of twists and turns written with character and conflict."

    “A great talk is dynamite”

     

     

Béatrice Doradoux

Quelle pédagogie adopter pour décupler les forces de vos collaborateurs?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 4
  • Description

    Béatrice Doradoux nous illustre dans ce talk l'intérêt de la pédagogie par l'événement positif.

    "Imaginez, ce que c'était pour moi... L'ancrage émotionnel sachant que quelqu'un, qui était l'autorité et la connaissance, validait que j'étais bonne en quelque chose - les cours de poésie"
    "En fait le principe, c'est simplement de se concentrer sur ses forces plutôt que ses faiblesses. (...) Et ce n'est pas seulement dans le monde éducatif que cela fonctionne, ça marche évidement dans le monde des adultes - pour vos entreprises, vos associations, vos organismes quels qu'ils soient"
     

Petronela Zainuddin

How does curiosity lead to creativity?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 2
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    Are you a curious person? Do you like to discover new things? Then, ask yourself the right questions, and you will maybe become a creative person.

    If you are curious enough, if you allow yourself some time to discover new things, to ask yourself the right questions, then you might me able to be creative. That is what Petronela Zainuddin wants to prove, and tells us all about the creative process.

    "Curiosity is just a spark, it is the beginning of creative process, it is the beginning of anything that we want to invent or make new."

    "If you ask an artist or someone who is inventing new stuff how did the;y do that, if they tell you about 'well well well, one morning I got up and I had this idea', that is not true."

    "Plan your discovery moment. Take out your agenda, and plan the time when you want to learn, when you want to discover a world."

    "Do every week and every day something new, so you pioneer new things."

     

Manuella Hachet

Addictions et surdoués: des connexions inattendues?
WikiStage ESCP Europe 4
  • Description

    "J'ai toujours eu l'impression d'être un rond dans un monde des carrés. Et quand on est un rond dans le monde des carrés, on a deux options. La première est de s'affirmer en tant que rond (...) Pour les autres, surtout quand on est un hypersensible introverti, quand on voit tous ces carrés autour, on se dit 'peut être il faut être un carré aussi.'"

    "S'il vous plaît, si vous êtes différent, si vous vous sentez différent des autres, si vous avez du mal à trouver votre place, je vous en supplie: n'essayez pas de gommer vos différences et au contraire soyez ce qui vous êtes"

     

Florence Roussel

Le CV: outil de communication?
WikiStage Lille 1 2
  • Description

    Florence partage avec nous les secret du "CV" et son avenir. www.wikistage.org

    "Le CV, c'est un outil de communication, comme on ferait une publicité aujourd'hui."

    "Le CV en soi, pour moi, il est mort."

    "Il faut vraiment qu'en dessous de votre nom apparaisse une accroche porteuse, parce que les recruteurs, c'est la première chose qu'ils regarderont. Bien ensuite, ils viendront regarder votre profil et différentes expériences, bien déclinées."

     

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