Stretch is a leadership and management conference to learn from the best and stretch yourself. Join us in Budapest, Hungary this December and get inspired by stories from leaders in great organizations as they talk about the challenges of leadership.
In 2013 we learnt about beautiful teams embedded in learning organizations. We focused on team leads, managers, founders who wanted to scale up their organization and we invited speakers who had already succeeded. In 2014 we coined the term “teamdividuals” as great teams are built of great people, and our main topic was how to become a great individual performer and a great collaborator.
After focusing on teams and individuals in the past two years, we are now targeting organizational challenges. We would like to cover topics like organizational agility, experimental mindset & learning organization, change management, embracing self-organization, making the organization more personal and finding the purpose of the organization. Come and learn how you can build more effective organizations.
|08:00-09:00||Registration and breakfast|
|09:05-09:50||James Clear: The Surprising Power of Small Habits|
|10:00-10:45||Christine Wank: From Ego- To Eco-Systems: Leadership and Collective Awareness for Facilitating the Emerging Future - Inspirations from Theory U|
|11:05-11:50||Rene Kottlowski: Change the evolution - The elephant wants to be a mouse|
|13:20-14:05||Beáta Kalamár: Transformational Leadership – Leader in the mirror|
|16:10-16:55||Tim Steigert: Don't blame the goats. Get a Goatherd.|
|16:55-17:40||Niels Pflaeging: Organize for Complexity. How our organizations will become agile, radically decentralized, and networked. Sooner than we think.|
|08:00-09:10||Registration and breakfast|
|09:10-09:55||Doc Norton: The Experimentation Mindset|
|10:00-10:45||Christian Hausner: On the way to a teal school - building purposeful education|
|11:05-11:50||Joseph Pelrine: Coaching "self-organising" teams|
|13:20-14:05||Brian Robertson: Introducing Holacracy: A New Management System for Purpose-Driven Organizations|
|16:10-16:55||Ádám Bankó, Gergely Orbán: Holacracy implementation in Hungary|
|16:55-17:40||John Blakey: The Trusted Executive: Nine leadership habits that inspire results, relationships and reputation|
|08:00-09:10||Registration and breakfast|
|09:10-09:55||Anne Loehr: Future Focused Leaders Create Cultures of Purpose|
|10:00-10:45||John Bunch: Zappos' evolution towards teal|
|11:05-11:50||Madai, Soós, Kállay: The future of leadership|
|13:20-14:50||Éva Rambala: Introduction to Nonviolent Communication|
|14:50-15:30||Break + Book Dedication with Niklas Modig|
|15:30-16:30||Niklas Modig: “One” lean operations strategy – How to resolve the efficiency paradox|
Uránia Film Theather is located in the centre of Budapest. It was built in the 1880s as a music and dance hall. The building is a combination of Eastern Moorish and Venetian Gothic styles. It was first used as a movie theatre in 1899, when the Uránia Scientific Society hosted a presentation here, illustrated with moving pictures. The name Uránia has been used ever since.
Uránia is not only a beautiful building but an important landmark too - this is where the first independent Hungarian feature film was shot in 1901, and where the first film screening was held after World War II. Today, Uránia is a showcase for Hungarian film, hosting several film festivals and cultural events.
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