Having intimate one-on-one time with some of the industry’s most “successful brains” isn’t always easy. That’s why at Management 3.0, we’ve tried to make it easier for you with our monthly seminars. Pick the brains of industry leaders and business people who have ‘been there and done it’. Our Management 3.0 Seminar Series is for people who care about gaining knowledge and garnering insights from respected, successful people who pushed the boundaries to get to where they are today.
These talks will take place once a month and are are open to the public. Learn from a host of ‘on-hand mentors’ about past successes and failures and how they can be applied to your own experiments, increased job satisfaction, happiness at work and the ability to create and foster change in your life and in the lives of others.
How does the Management 3.0 Seminar work?
The Management 3.0 Seminars are more than a typical webinar. It’s an online session with a speaker about a dedicated topic who gives an introduction. The difference to traditional webinars? As an attendee you are not muted. Your camera and microphone will be switched on. You are allowed and cordially invited to join the discussion, add your opinion and raise questions. That’s why joining the seminar is a much deeper experience than watching the recorded version afterwards. Register now for the upcoming seminar to receive the link to join.
» Important Note: We do not give certificates for attending these seminars.
Upcoming Online Seminars
June 15, 2020 5pm CEST (Amsterdam time)
The Millennial Whisperer, Bridging communication gaps between generations in the workplace, with Chris Tuff
Author of USA Today bestseller The Millennial Whisperer, in his book, Chris Tuff offers research-based, time-tested strategies for bridging communication gaps between Millennials and the rest of the workforce. With Millennials on track to make up 75% of the workforce by 2030, it’s crucial for employers to harness the strengths of this generation and help develop strong leaders for future generations.
Chris debunks myths about Millennials, while providing an in-depth look at generational stereotypes that do tend to be true. He’ll share practical, real-world tested solutions to better understand Millennials and effectively recruit, retain, and motivate this passionate generation.
July 6, 2020 6pm CEST (Amsterdam time)
Humor That Works: The Missing Skill for Success and Happiness at Work, with Drew Tarvin
If you want to increase team productivity, relieve stress, and be happier at work, you could hire a bunch of workplace consultants, invest in scream therapy, and put Pharrell Williams on repeat—or you could just read Humor That Works.
Written by Andrew Tarvin, the world’s first Humor Engineer, this a business book on humor. No, that’s not an oxymoron. It really is a business book and it really is about getting better results by having more fun. Because people who use humor in the workplace are more productive, less stressed, and happier. No joke; sources included.
We’re giving you a break in August and will resume in September. Stay tuned for a fabulous fall lineup!
September 21, 2020 6pm CEST (Amsterdam time)
Building communities for Businesses and Leaders, with Jono Bacon
Jono Bacon is a leading community and collaboration speaker, author, and podcaster. He is the founder of Jono Bacon Consulting which provides community strategy/execution, workflow, and other services. He is also the author of ‘People Powered: How communities can supercharge your business, brand, and teams. In this talk Jono will be delving into the value of building communities for businesses and leader focusing on the recent trend in community growth across industries and how communities can generate customer-driven value such as support, technology, events, and more.
We’ll also tackle the role of communities in building retention, the growth of internal communities to create a more compelling workplace and great staff satisfaction.
October 12, 2020 6pm CEST (Amsterdam time)
What it takes for working couples to thrive, with Jennifer Petriglieri
Jennifer Petriglieri is an Associate Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD, and the author of Couples That Work, a book about how working couples can thrive in their careers and their relationship. In more than 70% of European couples both partners work. But while working couples are the norm, they face a set of unique challenges that can be difficult to navigate. How do they decide whose job to relocate for, when it’s OK for one partner to make a risky career change, or who will leave work early to pick up a sick child from school? How can they give family commitments—and each other—their full attention while both of them are working in demanding roles? And when one of them wants to undertake a professional reinvention, what does that mean for the other?
In this talk, Jennifer will share insights from her research on what it takes for working couples to thrive. If you want to learn the secret of making two careers and a relationship work over a life-time, this session is for you. Enough with the old idea that your relationship is a refuge at best, and a burden at worst, for your career. Jennifer will share how working couples can move beyond trade-offs and set up a work and love life that makes both partners thrive.
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