28 JUNE 2022 | QUEEN ELIZABETH HALL, ANTWERP
No better way to inspire people than by hosting them in one of Belgium’s most inspiring cities. Its prime jewel, the Elisabeth Hall, will be our venue of the day. A great place to share ideas, promote innovative workplace wisdom and conceive the ideas considered crazy by others, but truly next step by us.
Each great day in the history of the world began with a cup of coffee and getting to know each other
Best known for his radical form of industrial democracy and corporate re-engineering, Ricardo Semler is internationally recognized as a catalyst of cultural change leading to employee-empowered leadership. Best-selling author of the classic MAVERICK and THE SEVEN-DAY WEEKEND.
Iris Hond is a unique artist who keynotes while playing the piano. She shares her exceptional experiences and talent at corporate events, inspiring guests on themes like connection, personal attention, the courage for vulnerability coloring outside the lines.
We’ll provide a healthy lunch and drinks, what did you expect?
Room A: Herman Konings (workshop, B-Tonic), Main Hall: Maarten Vansteenkiste (Accent), Room B: Martijn Van Laak (workshop)
Room A: Nathalie Arteel (workshop), Main Hall: Ann De Bisschop / Anouk Lagae / Gina Peeters (keynotes), Room B: Dr. Leo Rastogi (workshop)
Claude Silver, is the world’s first ever Chief Heart Officer, working at Gary Vee’s VaynerMedia. She focusses on making all the 800 employees feel ‘seen and heard’. Gary Vee is the famous disruptive entrepreneur, with millions of followers, who deeply recognizes the role of Chief Heart Officer, as the second most important role in the organization after his role as a CEO.
Tal Ben Shahar is one of Harvard University’s most popular lecturers. He’s a scientist with an ultimate goal of ‘Bringing happiness to life’. His approach is interdisciplinary, drawing on psychology, organizational behavior, education, and philosophy. He focusses on the heart and mind connection and urges you to ‘Feel The Science’.
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