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Personal growth meets cultivation

Webinar | 4th June 2020

Join us for an interactive online event to explore how you as an individual can shape your personal growth journey, how organisations support personal growth, and how enterprises transform their business.

Jeff Gothelf, Sylvia Le Hong and Martin Kramer will share first hand experiences, best practices and inspirational thoughts on the importance of an engaging learning culture. For you, your employer and all modern digital businesses.


Agenda

7.00 PMWelcome
7.10 PMForever EmployableJeff Gothelf
8.00 PMCultivation as a growth enablerSylvia Le Hong
8.20 PMOrganisational ChangeMartin Kramer
8.40 PMQ&A and networking

Speakers

Jeff Gothelf

Jeff Gothelf

Jeff helps organizations build better products and executives build the cultures that build better products. He is the co-author of the award-winning book Lean UX and the Harvard Business Review Press book Sense & Respond. Starting off as a software designer, Jeff now works as a coach, consultant and keynote speaker helping companies bridge the gaps between business agility, digital transformation, product management and human-centred design.

Most recently Jeff co-founded Sense & Respond Press, a publishing house for practical business books for busy executives. His upcoming book, Forever Employable, will be published in May 2020.

Sylvia Le Hong

Sylvia Le Hong

Sylvia joined ThoughtWorks Australia in 2012 and then relocated to ThoughtWorks Germany in 2015. Sylvia “lives and breathes” agile practices and has 14 years of experience in Consulting and Software Delivery in various roles, such as User Experience Designer, Business Analyst or Program Manager.

Today, she is the Office Principal of the ThoughtWorks Munich office and at the same time responsible for the initiative 'Empowering ThoughtWorker Growth' that focuses on cultivation and the personal growth of ThoughtWorks employees in Germany.

Martin Kramer

Martin Kramer

Martin is passionate about delivering great software products and building high-performing teams. With 20+ years experience in the software industry spanning a wide range of technologies, methodologies, industries, and countries he has led small teams and also engagements up to 100+ people.

Martin is also fascinated about the agile way of working in cross functional teams. Because of the focus on impact, value and because of the great diversity of skills, culture, and opinions that promote creativity.

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