Programme for
organisations & companies

 
 

Do you want to nurture your potential at work?

Do you want to create more effective teams and organisations that are adapted to the challenges our economy, society and environment face today?

Do you want to explore synergies across sectors and generations?

 

Experience new ways of learning, working and innovating by joining The Unleash Project - an open source, transformative and experience-driven learning program to thrive in the paradigm shift of work of the 21st century across sectors and generations. Like-minded youth, individuals and organisations with diverse backgrounds explore the attitudes, skills and knowledge to unleash potential for wellbeing and impact.

As an organisation you have the possibility to join us for 1-4 half-day workshops that will take place between September 2017 and April 2018. A unique chance to enable your employees to experience new and innovative ideas, learn state-of-the-art methods to grow professionally and personally, and meet people with completely different backgrounds to exchange and learn from each other. A great opportunity for groundbreaking inspiration & networking with various people, you would otherwise not meet!

 
 
 

In each workshop you will:

Be inspired through the experience of innovative tools and approaches

  • 22 September 2017, Zürich: Personal Level (Being present with your full potential)
  • 3 November 2017, Bern: Team Level (Creating a collaborative working environment)
  • 2 February 2018, Romandie: Institutional Level (Designing organisations of the 21st century)
  • 6 April 2018, Romandie: Societal Level (Co-Creating Impact Networks for SDGs)

Exchange Perspectives with unlikely collaborators from diverse backgrounds

Be challenged to prototype these tools in your professional and personal life.

 

Fees:

200 CHF per Workshop
750 CHF for the entire programme cycle

We encourage entire teams to participate to these workshops in order to increase the impact of the trainings on your organisation!

 
 

 
 

This project is possible thanks to the support of:

 

Bundesamt für Sozialversicherungen /
Office féderal des assurances sociales