BRAVE NEW WORLD
Brave New True Times
– Seeing what could be
What the pandemic has shown us is that an organization is not offices and buildings, but relationships. Yet here is a trap: the new is not the virtual continuation of the old, but the online life, the real life.
At the 2022 HR Summit, we will “deeper” explore the potential of the online universe.
- More time, more speakers
- More interaction between speakers and participants
- 5000+ participants more focused on new insights
- More self-learning opportunities for everyone
It is time to make choices about how to organize work and the role of HR. Going back to the old ways is going back to the twentieth century. For a moment it may be tempting to assert the need for physical closeness. Alternatively, we could take a closer look at what the last two years have taught us and seek answers to the following questions
- How to adapt to new forms of communication and better use of technology?
- How to step into the new by experimenting, in the absence of benchmarks and when the future has not yet been written?
And most importantly, how can we understand what it means to manage and lead in an organizational setting when communication networks are the norm?
At this year’s Summit, we will step into the new world with over 30 session moderators ready to focus on:
- Supporting speakers to share their ideas to the limit, thus pushing participants to think creatively and differently,
- Supporting participants to reflect on their own insights into what is really happening
- Conducting each session with methods that stimulate questioning:
- Sharing of everyone’s personal emotional and intellectual reactions to other ideas
- Taking a close look at what is happening now
- Viewing current reality from many different perspectives (thus creating a richer understanding the formation of organizational cohesion)
- Avoiding people falling into the traps of polarity, where one point of view or way of understanding is seen as completely right and everything else is seen as completely wrong
By exploring more of the present, we can be inspired for the future. We can only achieve this by sharing with others.