Corporate Rebels Academy: September 2022 Cohorts Open Now
We've got great news! In September and October, we'll be running two new cohorts of our six-week, intensive online course. Here's what you'll learn (and how you can join).
A few weeks ago, we finished cohorts 5 and 6 of our online course "Understanding and Designing Progressive Organizational Structures." Two enthusiastic groups of students celebrated their graduation after concluding an in-depth exploration into the world's most progressive workplaces.
We are delighted that the first 6 cohorts (which all sold out) have been a huge success. 120 students from 35+ countries have joined the course and exclusive online community thus far.
Learn from the pioneers
Would you like to join this exclusive community yourself? Here's your chance.
Today, we're announcing dates for the cohorts in September/October. They are:
- Cohort 7: September 19 - October 26 (live sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays at 3-5pm CEST)
- Cohort 8: September 20 - October 27 (live sessions on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3-5pm CEST)
Again, there will be a maximum of 20 students in each. Make sure you're one of them.
For more course information, check out the Academy page.
And apply now to reserve your spot! Here's how.
The course fee is €5,000 per person (excl. VAT). To secure your place, we ask for a down-payment of 10 percent at enrollment. Upon receipt, we'll guarantee your place. The full balance is due two months before commencement.
If you are ready to join us in September/October 2022, contact Pauline and let her know the following:
- Your full name
- Company name and position
- Which cohort you wish to join
- Invoice details
You can contact Pauline here.
We look forward to welcoming you!
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