Rebel Event Bucharest
A big part of the Rebel event for us is to connect local rebels. As you will not meet each other in person, we have set up a special forum section for you guys. Please take 5 minutes to introduce yourselves.
Please let us know in the replies below:
- Your name
- Where you work
- What you would like to be able to take away from tomorrow
- What is your speciality and can you help others with?
See you tomorrow!
I work at KLARWIN.
Take away: tools that can be used to accelerate the transition process.
I am a 15+ years expert in industrial filtration, able, together with my team, to take raw customer process data and engineer + supply a turn key state of the art solution that improves the process and most of the times provides solid operational cost optimizations.
Looking forward to the session.
I work for Proximus as district manager. I have the responsibility to guide my teams in their daily job as a leader.
I would like to get tips on how to create a safe environment for my people within a large, hierarchical organisation. Tips to structurally turn my managers into "new school" leaders.
my speciality is transparent leadership, coaching and development, guiding people in change.
🚀 I have my own company (consultancy and coaching for entrepreneurs and leaders)
🚀 I would love to get inspired with rebellious tools regarding entrepreneurship and leadership
🚀 I am a visionary, people oriented leader and coach who guides and inspires other entrepreneurs and leaders by understanding their drivers, business case and by challenging them to just do whatever needs to be done to realise their ambitions/goals and to enjoy the trip. And I love to use non-traditional methods for transformations.
Your name : Nathalie Rush (Kettenis)
Where you work - Maersk based out of Chennai India
- What you would like to be able to take away from tomorrow - Be inspired ! Connect with others, understand more about the movement, cracking corporate culture
- What is your specialty and can you help others with - engagement, culture, change, diversity
How to survive a major crisis in an organization? How to thrive after? These are relevant, even crucial, questions. Especially today. Recently, I found valuable answers to these questions, as I was developing a case study for our Online Academy. This case is about Panelfisa, a NER Group company.
For many organisations, it’s been more than six months now working remotely. The team Zoom quizzes are a distant memory and recently it’s been difficult to keep the virtual coffee chats going, if they ever started in the first place. It’s just not the same as bumping into a colleague and having a spontaneous conversation right?
We are working hard to develop our very own online Corporate Rebels Academy, as mentioned in a previous post. The focus of this post will be on understanding the designs of progressive organizations—especially the large ones that organize without middle-managers. Think Buurtzorg and Haier.