Presentations & Workshops
Over the years, Corporate Rebels has grown into much more than just a blog. By expanding our activities we’ve been able to grow our impact around the world. Here’s an overview of the things we do.
On a monthly basis, we present our findings at companies and conferences all around the world. We share how to create radically inspiring workplaces. We combine research, trends, success factors, best practices, myths, and pitfalls that we picked up while visiting 100+ workplace pioneers around the world.
Mostly, our presentations are aimed at groups of 50 to 5000 people.
Here's an impression of some of our talks:
During our workshops we share inspiration from pioneers around the world and translate it into tangible actions for you, your team, and your organization. Just listening and talking is not going to change the way you work; therefore, we’ll design change experiments based on worldwide best practices.
Mostly, our workshops are aimed at groups of 20 to 50 people.
We inspire and challenge leadership teams to develop new ways of working, thinking, and doing. What can be learned from the world's most progressive organizations? And how can your organization transform into a more inspiring, progressive workplace?
Some of our clients
Some of the clients we work with:
What we talk about
Everything we do is aimed at making work more fun. We share what we learned from 100+ workplace pioneers. Some of the topics we often address, are:
- How to build a workplace people love
- Challenging the status of traditional workplaces
- 8 trends of highly progressive workplaces
- Case studies of pioneering organizations and their practices
- Transformation strategies
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