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Conversations fuel ideas, giving them a new dimension and fully coming alive from a place of resonance and connection. We have seen the catalytic power of conversations in the work that we do, as well as the impact that it brings to the world. As our way of launching ourselves into this virtual space, we open our Living Room to the people who have inspired us and who continue to explore, shape and move the needle for a better future of work (and society as a whole).
Our Living Room is a space for us to connect, to explore thoughts and learnings, in a relaxed and very human way. Through this channel,
organizations become more adaptable, innovative and engaging places to work. Drawing on more than a decade of research and packed with practical examples, Humanocracy lays out a detailed blueprint for creating organizations that are as inspired and ingenious as the human beings inside them.
On this conversation we welcome Sesil Pir the author of the book Human-Centered Leadership. The author serves as Head of Employee Experience at Takeda Pharmaceuticals and CEO of SESIL PIR Consulting GmbH, a boutique management consultancy, focusing on changing the status quo of work. Mrs. Pir is an active contributor of Forbes, has been published in the Harvard Business Review, HR Zone and UK’s HR Magazine. She has contributed to many management books over the years.
In this conversation, we invite Christian Bernhardt to our Living Room as we discuss micro-habit and how they can help you to become an agile leader. Christian coaches, trains, speaks and consults to help people and companies improve their communication so we are excited to hear his inputs about our topic.
Conversations fuel ideas, giving them a new dimension and fully coming alive from a place of resonance and connection. In this episode of our Living Room conversation, we are joined by Antoinette Weibel as we talk about the big elephant in the room of organizational transformation: Performance Management.