- A broad and thorough knowledge of the most recent management methods and techniques;
- Recognize policy challenges independently and in group, analyze them, report on them verbally and in writing, and contribute significantly to their solution;
- Develop solutions for public policy challenges, test these critically (on an ethical, societal and legal level), argue them, and have them accepted;
- Perform and excel in leadership and facilitating (staff) positions at the diverse levels of government.
"We now look differently and better at ourselves and the organizations within which we work. Right now, we have more tools to critically build a strong and sustainable government and society."
— Josti Gadeyne, Communication & fundraising coordinator, Dierenartsen Zonder Grenzen