Rebels at Work Session

@ SAP Walldorf

Cawa Younosi brought it to the point: “Put truth before majority before the hierarchy” followed by: “Companies need to learn to promote non-linear CVs, characters, allow diversity and to give them space instead of ironing them out”

Another highlight were the 5 x 5 min talks from corporate rebels: Bernhard Schmidt, Peter Turi, Jan-Erik Stelz, Antonia Zorn. We shared very personal stories about how we drive change, how we change personally and what our recommendations are to do it even better.

A special thanks to Leonie Dietterle and Mareike Arbesmann for your great work!

I’ve very much enjoyed the exchange with other rebels!

I’ve so much enjoyed to learn from the other rebels and their work!

It felt so good to take the time for this event, representing my own work, experience and business!

I can highly recommend events like this: bringing together the “rebels”, fostering that they connect to others to get support, learn from each other and encourage each other.

To all companies out there: don’t be afraid of diversity and let people bring their whole self to work, because this drives creativity, innovation and change! You want people to take responsibility and go for self-organization in the workforce? Then let them develop, grow and shine – and give them time and money to join such events. That’s a great incentive, a strong signal to your organization, a wonderful gift for your rebels. A lot of the participants I’ve met take one day off and pay the ticket privately.

Read more about this event here from Peter Kreuz, Anja Förster, Cawa Younosi and Christian Wehner.

Thanks for this inspiring day Anja & Peter and please, go on like this! I’m a big fan of your work!

Cawa Younosi brought it to the point: “Put truth before majority before the hierarchy” followed by: “Companies need to learn to promote non-linear CVs, characters, allow diversity and to give them space instead of ironing them out”

Another highlight were the 5 x 5 min talks from corporate rebels: Bernhard Schmidt, Peter Turi, Jan-Erik Stelz, Antonia Zorn. We shared very personal stories about how we drive change, how we change personally and what our recommendations are to do it even better.

A special thanks to Leonie Dietterle and Mareike Arbesmann for your great work!

I’ve very much enjoyed the exchange with other rebels!

I’ve so much enjoyed to learn from the other rebels and their work!

It felt so good to take the time for this event, representing my own work, experience and business!

I can highly recommend events like this: bringing together the “rebels”, fostering that they connect to others to get support, learn from each other and encourage each other.

To all companies out there: don’t be afraid of diversity and let people bring their whole self to work, because this drives creativity, innovation and change! You want people to take responsibility and go for self-organization in the workforce? Then let them develop, grow and shine – and give them time and money to join such events. That’s a great incentive, a strong signal to your organization, a wonderful gift for your rebels. A lot of the participants I’ve met take one day off and pay the ticket privately.

Read more about this event here from Peter Kreuz, Anja Förster, Cawa Younosi and Christian Wehner.

Thanks for this inspiring day Anja & Peter and please, go on like this! I’m a big fan of your work!