Johan Cruyff Institute will participate at the fair in Amsterdam on March 17 and 18 with a booth and two workshops about positioning yourself
Johan always knew perfectly how to choose his position, both in the team and in the game. The Cruyffian workshop ‘How to position yourself?’ is about how to get an insight into understanding in which position you can perform at your best. It does not matter if it is about performing in a team or managing, having a job interview or setting a personal goal. In all cases you need to know how to position yourself.
On Friday 17 and Saturday 18 March, the Johan Cruyff Institute will be present at the International Master Congress in the RAI Amsterdam, the career fair for visitors with a bachelor’s or master’s degree, with or without working experience. During the congress, you will have the opportunity to get to know different universities and participate in workshops that will help you explore your possibilities for a Master.
The Johan Cruyff Institute Amsterdam will have a stand on both days and Henk Verschuur, the manager of the Institute, will hold two sessions of the Cruyffian workshop ‘How to position yourself?’ On March 17, Henk will give his workshop from 10.30-11.30am in room G104 and on March 18, from 1.00-2.00pm in room G107. Henk will offer an insight into how you can position yourself better, based on a Cruyffian method, combined with a taste of elite sports.
Henk says about the workshop: “It is important that you know how you position yourself for everything. If you aren’t clear about where you stand in relation to the other, and what is happening around you, you are actually ‘the object’ without knowing it. Have you ever had a job interview, given a presentation or done an oral exam that made you think afterwards ‘I wish I had said this and this instead of …?’ How often do you wonder ‘where do I stand?’ after completing your studies? It would have been different if you could have seen in advance how you were positioned, because the difference between being ‘the object’ or ‘the first person singular’ is big”.