e-Ryla International 2021

5-7 March, 2021​

Registrations for the 2nd international and quadrilingual e-RYLA are open.

After “leadership and ethics” in 2020, the theme for this year is:

Leadership in the digital age

This 2nd international quadrilingual e-RYLA is organized by Rotarians and Rotaractors from several European countries: the e-club del Mediterráneo (Spain), the e-Club of Cologne (Germany) and the Rotary e-Club Paris International (France), from our District 1660, for France.

The 4 languages are German, English, Spanish and French. There will be no translation, participants will follow the language(s) they understand.

Registration

You will find the registration form on the Rotaract Club Köln website:

The amount of the contribution is 10€, which will be donated to the Rotary Foundation for the project that works to eradicate Polio.

If you have any questions, send them to the e-Club Paris International at this address:

rotaryparisinternational@gmail.com

Participation of Holger Knaack

We will have the pleasure and honor to welcome Holger Knaack, President of Rotary International 2020-2021, on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. (GMT+1)

He will speak – in English – on the difficulties encountered by young people in this difficult period, and on the possibilities that Rotary International offers to help them.

The program

CET (GMT+1) time zone

Friday March 5th

15:30 – 15:45

Opening Remarks

15:45 – 16:30

Rotary Hands across water

Amnon Shefi

16:30 – 17:15

School mediation between peers

17:15 – 18:00

How to improve your personal branding

18:00 – 19:00

Estrategias de inversión en Bolsa

19:00 – 20:00

Criptoeconomía y Blockchain para inquietos

20:00 – 21:00

Desarrollo de proyectos de educación y formación on-line

Saturday March 6th

10:30 – 11:00

Opening Remarks

Florian Wackermann

11:00 – 12:00

Meine Erfahrung als Rotary Stipendiat in Deutschland und deren Bedeutung für meine Forschung

Yuuki Kazaoka

12:00 – 13:00

Projektmanagement in Zeiten von Corona

Christopher Lonzius

Pause

13:30 – 14:30

Comment se faire recruter à distance dans un contexte national et international

14:30 – 15:30

Comment créer de la cohésion et l’animer par l’intelligence collective?

15:30 – 16:00

Challenges that young people face in the aftermath of the Covid-19
and how Rotary International may help them to confront these challenges

16:00 – 17:00

COVID-19’s boost in the digitalization of office work

17:00 – 18:00

Leadership – lessons from the school of hard knocks

18:00 – 19:00

E-Commerce

19:00 – 20:00

Privacidad y redes sociales

20:00 – 21:00

Centros pro paz

Sunday March 7th

14:00 – 15:00

Comment fidéliser à distance?

15:00 – 16:00

Le VIE Volontariat International en Entreprise pour bien commencer sa vie professionnelle à l’international

16:00 – 17:00

Comment gérer son temps en télétravail?

The speakers

Marie-Laure Charles

Marie-Laure Charles

CEO of subsidiaries abroad and executive officer of companies such as Thales, Engie, ADP and President and Founder of the Rotary e-Club Paris International.

Marie-Laure Charles is also a reserve officer in the French Navy, vice-president of the European movement and former vice-president of France’s Foreign Trade Advisors for Latin America.

Quadrilingual French – English – Spanish – Portuguese, she has been organizing this e-Ryla for two years.

Jose María Bailén

José María Bailén

Doctor in Economic Sciences, with post-doctorate at the University of Chicago under the supervision of Gary Becker, 1992 Nobel Prize winner in Economics. IMF economist from 1997 to 2006, where he worked directly on 9 countries. An independent consultant on financial programming and macroeconomics, he has worked for the Swiss Government advising the finance ministries of Vietnam and Azerbaijan.

Rotarian since January 2010, past president of the Rotary e-Club of the Mediterranean (2019/20)

Martina Spann

Martina Spann

Mom of two. Former banker and stockbroker. Sworn and certified translator for Spanish and German. Public Relations for the Jores investment fund. MSc in development management with a focus on countries with armed conflict. Ongoing PhD studies in education; thesis on “Peer mediation in schools in Medellín, Colombia”.

In this context we achieved a Global Grant from the Rotary Foundation for the school mediation project ‘Hagamos las Paces’ together with the Rotary Club Medellín.

Volunteer in educational projects and on a school board for 20 years.

Member of Rotary since 2015 and current member of the Rotary E-club Silicon Valley, USA.

Toni Navarro

Toni Navarro

Toni Navarro is a Certified Digital Marketing Consultant and Trainer with over 12 years of experience helping businesses internationally.

After completing his degree at Esic Business & Marketing School, he started his career working as a CMO for various companies in Spain, until he decided to move to Manchester in 2014 to participate in some international projects.

Since 2016 he has been running his own Digital Marketing agency called Toni Navarro Consulting. A Marketing consultancy business which has helped more than 50 businesses succeed with effective marketing.

Miguel Caballero

Miguel Caballero

MBA from the Instituto de la Empresa and CEO of Tutellus.

Esteban Tejedor

Computer Engineer, MBA and Master Coach / Trainer.

He started his career as a programmer and analyst in Spain, after which he worked as a digital nomad, living in different countries, until he created his own enterprise, first in Vietnam and after in the United Kingdom. The last one, in the Education industry.

During his last years in the UK, he has organized hundreds of cultural events and personal development courses and workshops. Now, he does it online.

Isidro Fernández

CEO and founder of the Bumeran Agency, eCommerce and digital marketing.

Iván González

Iván González

CEO in Global Privacy / Didactic Director at Ivantia.

Juan Ballester

Juan Ballester

Past Governor of District 2203 and Past Chairman of the Rotary Foundation Committee for this district

Dan Deville

Dan Deville is the President of an international recruiting firm, Deville Group Executive Recruitment, which he founded 13 years ago.

A graduate of the Institut d´Etudes Politiques de Paris and the Faculty of the Sorbonne, he has served as President, CEO and International Director of numerous international companies such as Thales, Cap Gemini, Xerox and Bull Atos.

He specializes in the national and international recruitments of managers and executives, face-to-face and remotely, and will be able to provide the “recipes” which allow them to be recruited in the best possible way in the current context.

Valérie Gaudart

Valérie Gaudart, is specialized in subjects of collective intelligence, networks etc. and will give his testimony, based on a company: Engie.

Leadership tomorrow also means knowing how to mobilize networks, digital or not … and capture trends upstream.

Hubertus Hille

Dr. Hubertus Hille

President of the Chamber of Commerce of Bonn.

Barbara Budrich

President of the Publisher House Budrich.
Marie-Anne Barault

Marie-Anne Barault

Marie-Anne Barrault supports the development of organizations and people in European companies.

She uses a legal, financial and HR consulting approach to train, lead teams and develop projects. His added value lies in his curiosity, his ability to anticipate, to collaborate and in his personal experience of expatriation for 15 years.

She is interested in solidarity causes, particularly in Brazil, the Netherlands and Spain where she has volunteered for foundations and associations, and is currently involved in the identification, management and management of the skills of mobile employees. expatriates with digital tools.

Anne Mathon

Anne Mathon graduated from engineering school and has been a computer consultant for 20 years. In the first part of her career, she was an expert in supervision and hypervision tools, she is now Capacity Manager.

Consulting has allowed him to understand very broad corporate and work cultures. Through her job, she interacts with all hierarchical levels of the company, which has led her to take an interest not only in many technologies, but also in human relationships.