short news from ebbf members
We asked a few ebbf members from around the world to share some of the diverse ways in which they used the ebbf community to progress their impact, overcome barriers and co-create meaningful projects, transform their organizations …
and ultimately contribute to building the future.
Here is what we learnt:
Read personal stories of ebbf impact
Daniel Schaubacher is the longest serving member of ebbf’s external affairs team and has created yet another great partnership for ebbf that is now being put to use for the benefit of ebbf members’ companies.
If you are seeking for professional help, JADE/JE Europe-Jr Entrepreneurs offer FREE engineering, management, marketing, computer & feasibility consulting services to:
a) encourage, facilitate the creation of sustainable enterprises
b) promote an intergenerational dialogue and contacts with younger engineering and business professionals
What was described by participants as “unbelievABLE and inspiring”, “Full of hope”, “Totally Awesome”, “Thrilling”, “Uplifting”, “Amazing conference, amazing people, amazing ideas” , ebbf’s 1st virtual annual conference in its 30 years history helped us #rethinksuccess and set our sights and actions to new levels of focus and impact.
The concept of universal participation, with each of us contributing to building this new, better, form of success at the personal, organizational and societal level.
We have a special 50 Euro ticket if you wish to access all the recordings and powerpoints of all presentations and be part of the interactive event platform we have filled with content and most importantly amazing individuals.
In the “#RethinkSuccess manifesto” some of the key words shared by participants who took part in the #RethinkSuccess inquiry ( you can still contribute your thoughts on success here ).
An opportunity to better understand what is aligned and what is not in our and our organization’s approach to success.
ABOUT TO START, ebbf’s annual conference dedicated to explore this topic.
Now is the time to #RethinkSuccess.
NEXT WEEK, the first ebbf virtual annual conference will be the most sustainable and emission free in the 30 year history of learning events.
That and more opportunities for you to Rethink Success, personal, organization and societal success, being offered by ebbf:Find out how …
You can view in the video above the summary of one of the most viewed of all #ebbfwebinars, where #ebbfmembers Maja Groff and Arthur Dahl shared their research and key findings from their recent book, co-authored with Augusto Lopez-Claros and , the winner from over 14,000 entries of the New Shape Prize: “Global Governance and the Emergence of Global Institutions for the 21st Century”
View video here
Read Augusto recent article here
We asked three
experts in community building: what are you observing right now about the role and behaviour of
What are some of the best ways to create, join, harness communities to both deal with the present crisis and build a more resilient future?
Here is what
shared with a global audience during a recent ebbf webinar:
VIEW here the video summary:
READ here Sara Dehoff’s article
In this temporary but deep crisis, how can we build, join harness communities? We hear from threee global ebbf experts.
We asked three of ebbf’s most prominent and experienced community builders Jenna Nicholas (CEO of Impact Experience) and Todd Khozein + Carrie Freeman (co-founders of Second Muse) to share their insights to help us build, join, adapt our local and international communities.
When & Where
Thursday, 2nd of April at 18:00 (Geneva time) = 09:00 PST = 12:00 EST
ONLINE using ebbf’s zoom link
Specially in challenging times, knowing there is an active community there to accompany us all, our thinking, our being, our actions is giving us energy. If you are interested to join local ebbf events here are two that have moved online and that you might be interested to join:
27th March – EBBF Netherlands
How can we build resilient companies / communities?
Join this global sharing of experiences
#ebbfmember and co-founder Beppe Robiati shares very timely insights into what we can learn as individuals, as entrepreneurs, as a society living with new lenses the Coronavirus crisis.
Read the articles here