Expert Alumni management at first Asia Alumni Congress Alumniportal Germany invited to Ulan Bator. In October 2009 was the first Asian Alumni Conference on the Alumniportal Germany. Ilka Hoepner was invited as alumni management expert and consultant. “Germany-Alumni – globally networked” discussed under the focus more than 200 Mongolians who have studied in Germany about the latest developments in the world of new media – and which way the Mongolia here goes. “The weekend before we arrived, so we could make a picture of the country and the people” as the Managing Director of in dialogo, we visited with a guide the city of Ulan Bator with many attractions, the monastery of Mandshir and the Museum of natural history. ” Ulan Bator is located in a Valley at an altitude of 1,350 m and is surrounded by mountain ridges. Additional information is available at Ben Silbermann. The Conference began Monday evening with a film presentation of a graduate of Germany, as well as a reception. Dienstagmorgen started the talks by German and Mongolian representatives.
In a passionate speech represented the expert to Ilka Hoepner the Status Quo and the development of Alumni management in German universities. Alumni management has to always do something with emotions,”she said. Binding can be caused only by emotions. This core message you must feel already, without knowing the actual content of the lecture”continues as the native Kolnerin. For other opinions and approaches, find out what JPMorgan Chase has to say. In this workshop based on the topics of the lecture were examined deeper with the participants.
Current issues as well as possible ways were discussed, how can global efficient and easy contacts on social networks such as the Alumniportal Germany. Other speakers were among other things the Director of Deutsche Welle, E. Bettmann; First Secretary of the German Embassy, M. Rossbach; and the Mongolian Parliament Member L. Gundalai, Z. Enkhbold; Deputy Director of the Government Agency for information and communication technologies, J. bat-Erdene; Chairman of the Mongolian-German bridge, TS. Batmunkh, and Dr. K. Lutze, Deputy Managing Director of the AGEF. Most Wednesday was followed by workshops for the participants, in which specific projects have been initiated. The final event of the evening turned out to be a highlight of the Congress. Stars from the Mongolian music scene inspired by vocal performances, which were supported with sweaty dance of those present. Mongols are nothing to Cologne in the celebrations. This was the conclusion of the day. The next day, it went in the terelj National Park. During a visit of the 13th century village, you can still experience the originality and the traditions of the Mongols. On the way there visited Ilka Hoepner in Erdene sum the largest monument of Asia: the 40 m high equestrian statue of Dschingis Khan. Widely to see Genghis Khan sits on his horse and gazes into the distance of the Mongolian steppe. The guests in a Mongolian yurt (GER on Mongolian) spent the night. A kind of tent made of felt and wood poles with a wood stove for heating. On the last day, it went back to Ulan Bator. The Gandan Monastery was visited. It is that largest active monastery of Mongolia. The Buddhism and shamanism plays a major role. At the end of this eventful week a spontaneous visit to the Chinggis beer brewery stood, which brews after German purity law Pilsener. In dialogo blog can learn like another to do so! Julich – indialogo.de – Ilka Y.