Book Presentations And Rebel Events In London, St. Petersburg and Bucharest
With only one week gone by we can honestly say February has been a good month for us. On 02-02-2020 we launched our book Corporate Rebels: Make Work More Fun.
The first week
We are so happy to see all the positive reactions on the book. Only a week after the publication:
- Topping Amazon's #bestseller charts in various categories 🔥
- Lots of positive reviews coming in ✍
- Minor issues here and there with "out of stock" messages on Amazon. But hey, that's probably a good problem to have ;). All is solved now. ⛔
- An average 4.8 rating on Goodreads and nothing but 5 star ratings on Amazon!! ⭐
If you haven't already done so, get a copy of the book now. Here's the purchase link.
On the 24th of February, Joost and Pim will be coming over to London for their very first book presentation. During this presentation, they will share more on why they started Corporate Rebels and their journey so far.
Would you like to join and receive a free book? Get your tickets here. Be quick, there are limited spaces.
What others say about the book:
''I have long been a fan of the Corporate Rebels and this book captures the essence of their wisdom. The authors provide a no-nonsense, practical, and thought-provoking perspective on the world of work." - Daniel Pink Author of Drive
''Challange chosen truth is one of my recurring mottos and that is exactly whats Corporate Rebels are doing! A clever read for all employees, HR professionals and business leaders that want to create radically inspiring workplaces." - Katarina berg Chief HR officer of Spotify
"A silent revolution in management is underway. For people to notice, and join the revolution, we need to give it a voice, or rather many, many voices. The Corporate Rebels have made it their job o bring such voices and their stories." - Frederic Laloux Author of Reinventing Organisations
"The Corporate Rebels stimulate, they challenge, they find the cutting-edge companies and paint a picture of how organisations could be different and much more fun to work for." - Henry Stewart Chief Happiness Officer, Happy Ltd
Aside from book presentations we are also happy to announce new Rebel Events. Our target is one Rebel Event a month somewhere on the globe.
These one-day events are perfect for rebels to meet and unite. We share what we’ve learned from pioneering organizations. And you meet like-minded people—people who have joined the crusade for better workplaces.
We dive into progressive trends and practices. We show how 100+ organizations have transformed their workplaces. We show why these are organizations where people love to work. More information on these events you can find right here.
Book Presentations And Rebel Events In London, St Petersburg and Bucharest
Once again, we thank the partners who support us by making these events a reality. We are grateful for support from our co-organizers:
Your city not named yet? Don't worry, this is just the start of the new event calendar this year!
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Join like-minded people. Join us at an event. Join the revolution for radically better workplaces.
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