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In the past years we touched three main topics of innovative leadership - teams, individuals, and organizations. This year we will focus on great teams again. We would like to cover topics such as:
- How to build and maintain high performing teams, who outlearn the competition
- How to be successful in a geographically distributed diverse environment
- What methods can lead to extreme ownership and unbeatable productivity
- What we can utilize from the latest big data and neuroscience research
- What we can learn from teams in sports and non-governmental organizations
- How to improve the quality of collaboration - “from ego system to eco system”
Come to learn from the best and STRETCH yourself!
|08:00-09:00||Registration and breakfast|
|09:15-10:15||Peter Hawkins: Developing our Collective Leadership to face the Future Challenges|
|10:15-11:00||Jurgen Appelo: Managing for Happiness|
|11:20-12:05||Jeff Gothelf: Building successful in-house innovation teams|
|12:05-12:50||Kate Beecroft: Autonomy. Vital to the new world of work.|
|14:20-15:05||Sebastiano Armeli: Managing a software engineering team|
|15:05-15:50||Péter Orbán: Leadership Toolbox|
|16:10-16:55||Rona Steinrücken & Ola Sundin: Accelerated Assimilation|
|16:55-17:40||Tomasz Dubikowski: Level-up your culture|
|17:40-23:40||Dinner & Party|
|08:00-08:30||Let's stretch (body & mind) yoga|
|08:00-09:00||Registration and breakfast|
|09:00-09:45||Mark McKergow: Leading as a host, not a hero|
|09:45-10:30||Alexis Eremia: Principles for collective transformation|
|10:50-11:35||Carmen Simon: The Neuroscience of Decision Making|
|14:20-15:05||Gergely Kmethy: Cultivating quirkiness - True leadership occurs in the kitchen!|
|15:05-15:50||Tamás Müller: Learn to earn // Learn the company to the top of the game.|
|16:10-16:55||Heiko Fischer: How to lead and operate your Organization with 100% Entrepreneurship | 0% Bureaucracy.|
|16:55-17:40||David McQueen: Lead from the Centre|
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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