Corporate Rebels - The Official Book Trailer (+ 1,000 Giveaways!)
In just 42 days (!) the Corporate Rebels book is to be published (on 02-02-2020). Today, we launch the official book trailer. Plus, 1,000 people get exclusive early access to the book's content.
We have worked hard on it for 3 years now! We spent a shitload of time writing, rewriting, cutting, editing, adding and refining. And after all the work, we are extremely proud of the result.
On 02-02-2020 it is to be published in English in eBook and paperback formats, to be followed quickly by the Dutch version, and a big campaign in the Netherlands (in collaboration with publishing house Atlas). Other languages will follow soon after.
Official Book Trailer
In preparation for the launch, we hereby launch the official Corporate Rebels Book trailer. Crank up the sound!
1,000 free copies
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROMOTION IS OVER. THANKS!
We will give away 1,000 (!) advance copies of the book (in PDF format). If you want exclusive early access, here is what to do:
1. Comment on YouTube
We want to spread the word of our book far beyond the tens of thousands of visitors to this blog. Comments on YouTube are hugely helpful. That is why—for a change—we won't ask you to share your comments below this post.
Instead, go to the video on YouTube and drop your comment below it. This will help a lot to spread the word!
2. Share this blog post
Share this post as much as you can using hashtag #CorporateRebels. To make it easy, we list links to the following platforms:
Just click and let the sharing begin!
3. Register here
Drop your name and email address in the form below. We will select 1,000 advance readers from this list.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS PROMOTION IS OVER. THANKS!
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Plus, many more cool promotions are planned. So, stay tuned!
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I have been thinking, reading, watching conferences about new ways to work to make it more fun and efficient for more then two years. I found your site recently and hope I would have had way before but I am so grateful for what you do to make our world a better place to live and to work. I voluntarily have been on a leave of absent from work for the last 5 months. I am getting ready to be back to work as a better "inspiring leader" at the beggining of 2020. I have been working in public services for numerous years. I know changes are very difficult and long to achieve in such an environment but I live with hope. I am closer to retirement then my youth but I really hope to inspire changes among the younger ones with whom I love to work even if I don't see the final results. Your work remains the biggest reference to what I am about to present to the team members and I just can't wait to dive in your book. Merci beaucoup!
I am very excited about the book. the fight against bureaucracy is a fierce one here in Austria, it will take some time to change this. Especially since this country has always been burdened by it, since the times of the Austrian empire. It is in the mind set of the people and will disappear just like that.
Hoi, I'm a Dutch-Canadian, living in Bangkok. Love your blog and have been recommending it to many people already here in my network, who all love the content. Love to receive a copy of your book, and will do my best to continue spreading the word in the region here. Also, I can help get you some speaking engagements in Bangkok if of interest (you can find me also on LinkedIn).
Love to hear from you and good luck with the book launch. Groetjes R.
In order to make work more fun, we need to get a few things right. We need to connect like-minded rebels around the world, facilitate knowledge sharing, and challenge one another to radically change the way we work.
Normally, we plan for growth and success—not for depressions, bushfires or the Coronavirus. Yet, about every 5 years (in our experience) there is a significant externality that throws your plans out the window. Over 25 years, examples included the 1997 Asian currency crisis, 9/11, SARS, and the Global Financial Crisis (not to mention tsunamis, or the volcanic ash that cancelled a meeting of our network).
Freedom at work: many want it, not many have it. That's wrong. Lack of freedom not only makes people sick, it also drains productivity, and obstructs a healthy gender balance. To break with this sad tradition, it's time for the Corporate Rebels to take a stand. It's time for a symbolic - and joyful - act.