Meet Author Mr. Oscar A. Nchaso Bekari, Founder of Dreams Hub, as he presents his book ‘Dreams – The Board of Dreams’ on Thursday 1st December, from 14h to 15h GMT+1, during the final HR Author Series of 2022
The 12th session of the HR Author Series will present HR author, Oscar A. Nchaso Bekari, who will discuss his publication ‘Dreams – The Board of Dreams’ – a guide on finding happiness between the different versions of you (past-present-future), and successfully become a life-style futurist, learning how your conscious actions could affect the next generation and the Universe.
Mr. Nchaso Bekari is an Economist, Writer, Polyglot, Motivational Speaker, Business Consultant Member of YALI, and Mandela Program Washington 2016. He is the Founder of DREAMS HUB initiative. A tech hub in his community primarily for children under the age of 13, from families with limited economics resources, receiving free access to technology of information courses and leadership skills. He also offers coaching services and techniques for self-esteem as a key to personal and collective performance. He has worked as a consultant for the United Nations program, in the area of development of UNDP programs, directly in the office of the then Resident Coordinator of the system.
The Africa HR Forum HR Author Series presents authors of published HR works that cater to the Pan-African market, who share knowledge from their publications with the aim of providing practical applicable knowledge on a broad range of topics. The HR Author Series holds on the first Thursday of every month from 14h to 15h GMT+1 and provides an opportunity for professionals, actors and stakeholders to meet and exchange with authors of published HR books.
To participate in the December session of the HR Author Series, which is free, register now at https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SmtSEmnNTgKt1aNs_JH8Vg
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