London: Here We Come!
In November 2016 we visited Roffey Park Institute in London and hosted a successful workshop on the trends of inspiring organizations. But that’s not enough: we’ve also added London as destination to our Rebel Tour!
What to expect
On July 4th we’ll once again collaborate with Roffey Park Institute to host a full-day workshop. We’ll share our main findings, present powerful case studies of successful transformations, leave lots of room for discussions with fellow rebels, and further spread the movement for better work.
We’ll also be sharing our Corporate Rebels Canvas and use it to dive deeper into the nuts and bolts of the world’s most progressive organizations.
The event will be held on July 4th at Roffey Park Institute and will take place from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm. Lunch, drinks, and great discussions with a bunch of fellow rebels are included in the price. Make sure you’re quick, as our first Rebel Event sold out within 48 hours.
For more details and ticket purchases, click here.
See you in London!
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