HAARLEM TALK™ - Haarlem impact onderneming voor veerkracht (human resilience)
Haarlem Social Enterprise
ADVANCING HUMAN RESILIENCE
1. THE IDEA SCRAPBOOK: COMMUNITY IDEAS FROM THOUGHT TO FINISH
2. TRANSITION DAYS: COMMUNITY TRANSITION TO INFORMATION AGE
Haarlem, NL | Silicon Valley, CA
Haarlem Talk Idea Scrapbook is a platform to give Haarlem Community a voice to share their plans, projects, and vision.
Haarlem talk Transition Days are learning and experiential sessions on significance of making the optimum transition from industrial age to the information age. The struggle to make sense of how the inevitable rise of robots need to add value to humanity brings human capital to the center stage.
An integrated Human Resilience Solution to build resilient neighborhoods, communities, or organizations, by:
Measuring Social Equity, uncertainty that leads to stress, burnout, complacency, misconduct, fraud, and lifetime of welfare!
Building a resilient workforce.
The Technology Platform to measure resilience, risk awareness, reliability and sustainability of an environment.
The pandemic, social disruption, and climate-related catastrophes and other global systemic risks require organizations to revive their people and their growth models and strategies.
The Mug Fund brings together a select and complementary portfolio of community ideas from Haarlem Talk Idea Scrapbook.
Proven ideas with domino effect in their class, and measurable social and economic impact,
Ability to maintain their financial viability and create lasting jobs.
VERHOOG JE VEERKRACHT
EEN IMPACT ONDERNEMING
We are in the midst of a rapid transition from industrial age to the information age. The struggle to make sense of how the inevitable rise of robots need to add value to humanity brings human capital to the center stage. The pandemic has only magnified the need and intensified the challenge.
Whether we build resilience in our neighborhoods, communities, organizations, or companies, we ought to start with people. Social Resilience is the factor of people resilience. What is in the way of sustainable growth is arguably behind the negative social equity that builds up in neighborhoods and communities.
Social problems such as poverty, homelessness, child abuse, disaffected young people, or lone parenting and divorce often start as private troubles turning into public issues and Negative Social Equity.
Only ourselves. We hold the key and too often we are the ones that we keep waiting for!
HAARLEM TALK TRANSITION DAYS
Helping our community make the transition to the information.