Event Overview

Join our online webinar dedicated to AIJA collective members on Wednesday 22 February at 17:00 CET about 'Community building in a professional association'.

We will tackle a common issue related to building and retaining a community of members. What does it take to create a community of common-valued and active members? How can your organisation keep their interest, engage and develop their strengths?

Pascal Jossi and Marie-Andrea Maniago from Soul will guide us through these topics in an interactive manner. The webinar will touch on the concepts of a collective vision and the importance of community building. All participants will have the chance to discuss, share their experiences and views and practice some skills and tools shared by our speaker. We will close the webinar with an informal Q&A session.

If you are not an AIJA collective member representative, but this description speaks to you, feel free to register – the webinar is open for everyone.

Speaker - Pascal Jossi & Marie-Andrea Maniago

Pascal Jossi is a corporate culture consultant with a background in education and labour sciences. He joined the Soul.com team with several years of experience in project management specifically in long term capacity development in community building projects. Now he facilitates trainings, workshops and accompanies professionals in their endeavour to transform their organisation into a community. What drives Pascal is the belief that the 21st century requires a new way of working and collaborating as we are shifting towards a work world in which “Purpose” will play a pivotal role. 



Marie-Andrea is a corporate culture consultant with a background in law. She worked as a corporate lawyer in international law firms and holds a Master degree in international Economic Governance from Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne in collaboration with Columbia Law School and Sciences Po Paris.

She is passionate about organisational psychology and mediation within companies and as a member of Soul.com aims to contribute to the creation of corporate cultures that reflect the realities of our time.





Fees & General Info

There are currently no registration fees available.

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If you are a lawyer under 35 years old and meet the requirements, apply to our Scholarship Programme for this event. You can check more details here.

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