3 part Lab (session -> peer activity -> session) = 3 x 90 minutes a day
Discover how it is to work in a new paradigm of culture and leadership that’s emerging all around the world from start-ups and social enterprises to innovative academia and corporations. It responds to new technological possibilities but also to a wider cultural evolution coming from the next generation of people with a new outlook on life seeking to create a positive impact on people and planet.
Teams, organisations, communities and ecosystems are experimenting with new ways of working that engage and inspire people so they collaborate and innovate to make their shared purpose become a reality. We tapped into this global movement and curated this lab for you to discover this new way.
This really practical lab will help you explore and experience this paradigm shift by trying out some really simple practices gently shape a new culture starting at a personal and team level give you new perspectives on how people work, learn and lead
You will walk away inspired to begin NOW, with concrete steps and an open-source playbook.
Check out our other Future of Work (FoW) Labs and Q&A sessions during Techweek:
o Fun Lab
- are free or offer sponsored pricing. We thank those who sponsor others currently on a low income!
- include free access to an online Future of Work playbook
- offer 15% discount vouchers to Enspiral’s book “Better Work Together”
You should be present for the whole duration of this event.
Sandra draws on 25 years of international experience in high tech innovation and transformation from startups to corporations.
She lives on Waiheke and co-founded the Future of Work Collective, specialised in Design, Consulting, Facilitation, Training and Talks related to the Future of Work.
Lani's specialties are using human-centred design and systems thinking practices to take people on a journey to reimagine business with people at the centre. She helps embrace a cultural shift and live an authentic brand identity that cultivates stronger connections.