Minerva Foundation attended meeting in Polen

The Minerva Foundation participated in the Erasmus + project Women Return to Work´s third transnational meeting in Polen October 2017. Projectteam together with Ms Beata Zelek speaker at the meeting in Krakow. From Minerva Foundation: Marianne Lundberg & Kristina Nasenius. Project administration meeting in Zbydniów headquater of Foundation Institute for Human Development The President in Institute for Human Development Grzegorz Kot together with Mateusz Ploskonka Social Director in Krakow Municipality. The Turkish project team from KOMEK in Konya Turkey. The programme:  Polish...

Transnational meeting in Northern Ireland

The Minerva Foundation participated in the Erasmus + project’s second transnational meeting in Northern Ireland in May 2017. The aim was to get acquainted with The Rural Centers’ Big Networks and their successful business advisory work for female entrepreneurs. We also got to know several of Northern Ireland’s initiatives for jobseekers. It can be complementary to education, coaching, counseling in social matters. What impressed was the great commitment shown by regional actors, NGOs, associations and networks. Our host Heather from The Rural Center had collected parts of his large network for presentations on May 12 in Enniskillen. The experiences are now being transformed into the Erasmus + Women Return to Work...

International Womens day

Minerva Foundation celebrated the International Womens day by attending both a seminar at the County Administrative Board and Zonta International event. Abbe Ronsten Chairman The Regional Development Council of Dalarna County and Ylva Thörn County governor, Dalarna County Administrative Board Annette Riesbeck, Local government commissioner Rättvik Ylva Thörn County governor, Dalarna County Administrative Board Zonta International Meeting “Vem får kalla sig kulla?” Marianne Lundberg, president, project manager Sweden    ...

Minerva Foundation in Turkish newspaper

It is written about the Minerva Foundation in todays Turkish newspaper. The article is about the first transnational meeting within the Erasmus+ project “Women Return to Work”. More information at our Facebook page Women Return to...

Transnational meeting in Falun

The first Erasmus+ transnational meeting has now been arranged in Falun. A fruitful meeting with lots of interesting discussions betweeen the participants. Best practice “Mentor Programme” was presented by the Minerva Foundation. The Women Return to Work project is funded for two years through Erasmus+ with partners from Sweden, Poland and Turkey. The main goal of the project is to prepare women of all ages (local, migrant, refugee and disabled) to return to employment or entrepreneurship after a period of economic inactivity by developing their key skills and competencies. Follow the project at our Facebook page Women Return to...

Commercial Breakfast with the Falun-Borlänge Business Community

On 29 January, an interesting “working” breakfast meeting was held at the Galaxen hotel in Borlänge. Seventy-five companies took part in the meeting. Stuart hosted the breakfast and gave an interesting lecture. Minerva’s president also participated and took the opportunity to make new contacts. Read more about the commercial breakfast on the NFB homepage www.falunborlange.se.     Marianne Lundberg Stiftelsen Minerva and Elin Alsiok Stolthetsbyrån....

Workshops at Norlin & Partners

On January 21, Norlin & Partners arranged an afternoon of workshops for their clients. One of the participants was a representative from the Minerva Foundation. The programme consisted of various workshops based on the concepts of the group, the individual and the organisation. Maria Norlin and her colleagues took up various cases, which the participants were asked to study in depth. Some of the interesting questions discussed during the session were: -What should a boss who has lost control over his/her workgroup do? -Broken lines of communication and lack of respect. -How can a company maintain the positive changes achieved for improved profitability when the consultants have gone home? -How can I, as a company manager, constantly bring out my strong points? -How can I, as a manager, find time for recovery and reflection? There are numerous answers to these important questions. As representatives from the Minerva Foundation, we were able to make a contribution by reporting on the ISO 9001 certificate awarded to our Mentoring Programme. A number of managers and leaders have found answers to these same questions when taking part in our mentoring programme             Marita Norlin the owner of Norlin & Partners St. Eriksterassen in...

News 29 June 2015

Culture Manager in Hamar Administrative Board Randi Langöigjelten and Tove Gulbrandsen CEO in Odal Näringshage at a meeting in Hamar. Minerva Foundation has started a cooperation with Odal Näringshage located in Skarnes in Hedmark Region Norway. The cooperation will work in the field of networking for entrepreneurs in Dalarna and Hedmark Regions. Site: Odal Näringshage...