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Exclusieve deal voor #ZigZagHR

In september trokken we met een Belgische delegatie naar het Amsterdam Business Forum. Ieder jaar brengen ze topsprekers naar Nederland: Barack Obama, Usain Bolt, Simon Sinek, Yuval Noah Harari, Amy Edmondson. Dit jaar stond Erin Meyer op het podium en kregen we een exclusieve masterclass als kers op de taart. In 2024 komen Brené Brown, Adam Grant en Joseph Oubelkas!
Dat wil jij natuurlijk voor geen geld ter wereld missen.

Het thema in 2024 is Courageous Leadership: Courage to Focus, Courage to to Grow & Courage to Lead.

Sprekers

De eerste drie keynotespeakers zijn inmiddels aangekondigd:

Adam Grant

Organisatiepsycholoog aan Wharton, bestsellerauteur van Think Again en gastheer van de podcasts WorkLife & Re:Thinking.

Brené Brown

Onderzoeksprofessor aan de Universiteit van Houston, auteur van zes #1 NYT Bestsellers.

Joseph Oubelkas

Een van Nederlands hoogst gewaardeerde sprekers over veerkracht.

Ga mee met de Belgische Delegatie van #ZigZagHR

De exclusieve aanbieding voor #ZigZagHR bestaat uit:

  • Exclusieve masterclass op 26 september met één van de topsprekers (spreker wordt nog aangekondigd) inclusief HR Dinner
  • VIP toegang tot het Amsterdam Business Forum (zie hieronder)
  • Hotelovernachting op loopafstand van de eventlocatie
  • En je behoort tot de tofste delegatie van het congres!

Ga mee met de Belgische delegatie van #ZigZagHR

De exclusieve aanbieding voor #ZigZagHR bestaat uit:
1750,- excl. BTW
  • Exclusieve masterclass op 26 september met een van de topsprekers (spreker wordt nog aangekondigd), incl. HR Dinner
  • Vip toegang tot het Amsterdam Business Forum:
  • VIP-plaatsen bij de keynotes
  • 2 exclusieve sessies met Adam Grand en Brené Brown
  • Toegang tot VIP lounge
  • All-in catering
  • Toegang tot livestream-opnamen na afloop event
  • Hotelovernachting op wandelafstand van het event

Melati Wijsen is a young changemaker from Bali. In terms of personality, she is best characterized as a blend of Greta Thunberg, Bojan Slat and Barack Obama. At the age of only 12 (!) Melati and her sister managed to get single use plastic bags banned in Bali. Melati is the founder and figurehead of Youthtopia, a network of young changemakers around the world. A film about her and this movement launched in 2022: Bigger than Us. Melati is one of those speakers you may not know upfront, but will never forget after September 29.

Glenn de Randamie, better known as Typhoon, will wrap up this seminar. He will take us on a journey to connection, inclusion and fresh perspectives. How can we make even more impact by working together in a better way? How do we ensure that all voices are heard and blend into better decisions? How do we bridge gaps and break barriers? Glenn will share unexpected and valuable lessons about personal leadership, vitality, inclusion and diversity, growing, slowing down, trusting and connecting.

Tim Ferriss is one of the world’s leading experts on leadership, entrepreneurship and personal innovation. He is the author the iconic global bestseller: The 4-Hour-Workweek. He is an early investor in companies such as Uber, Shopify, Duolingo and Alibaba. Tim is on Fast Company’s list of “Most Innovative Business People.” His podcast The Tim Ferriss Show is the world’s most listened-to podcast for entrepreneurs and leaders with over 900 million (!!!) downloads.

“Tim Ferriss is the Oprah of Audio”
(The Observer)

Maryna Saprykina  won the 2023 Speaker contest with her speech: “Sustainability in the Times of War”. 

She is sustainability consultant from Ukraine who has seen the resilience of Ukrainian businesses firsthand.  

Her keynote addressed the role of sustainability in business continuity during times of war.

Britt Breure is Director of HR and CSR at AFAS Software, a unique family company with a strong corporate culture and impressive results. 

AFAS has 600 employees, but only 1 HR employee. That’s Britt. She is also committed to social responsibility and sustainability within AFAS and beyond.

Alix Jacobson is Former Vice President HR EMEA by Netflix. She is a commercially driven international HR executive with an extensive track record of building and sustaining healthy, efficient and high-performing teams.

Alix staunchly believes in company culture as a business driver – A clear and common set of values and behaviors can drive employee performance and team effectiveness, and ultimately business performance.

Douglas Lamont is CEO of Tony’s Chocolonely, joining in October 2022 from innocent drinks where he was CEO for nine years. 

As innocent’s CEO, Douglas put his advocacy for building businesses that balance people, profit and planet into action.

Lilian Geijsen is Managing Director of Ben & Jerry’s Europe, she embodies the company’s mission of delivering high-quality, socially responsible products while making a positive impact on the world.

She is responsible for driving growth while prioritizing social impact across all three parts of the business, including product, economic, and social.

Erin Meyer is a science rockstar in the field of (company) culture. She is professor at INSEAD Business School and she is listed in Thinkers50 the list of best leadership thinkers in the world. Erin’s book The Culture Map became a worldwide bestseller. Her book No Rules Rules, co-authored with Netflix founder Reid Hastings, deconstructs the unique culture that enabled Netflix to grow and become one of the most successful companies on earth. “The most important document to come out of Silicon Valley” (Sheryll Sandberg on the Netflix Culture Manifesto)

Rutger Bregman  is one of Europe’s most prominent young thinkers. The 35-year-old historian and author has been nominated twice for the prestigious European Press Prize for his work at De Correspondent. His articles have been featured in The Washington Post and on the BBC. His book, Human Kind (De Meeste Mensen Deugen) is a worldwide bestseller, with over 1.5 million copies sold and translations in 40 languages.

“Rutger Bregman is the Dutch Wunderkind of new ideas”
(The Guardian)