At the end of the conference participants might be overwhelmed by the new concepts, ideas, and tips provided. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a structured wrap-up session with peers at the end of the conference to leave with concrete actions to be implemented next day, back at work?

In this highly engaging session you’ll take some time to clarify what the most promising concepts, ideas, and tips of the conference were for you, related to your challenges at work. You’ll also engage in short conversations with other participants and learn from their perspectives. Via a ‘magical formula’ you’ll learn about the top five most inspiring and valuable takeaways from the conference and how you can benefit from them. It will help you to inform your colleagues and manager about the key takeaways of the conference when back at work. It will help you leave the conference not only inspired but also prepared to apply or implement the most relevant and valuable insight of the conference when back at work. And we know from many previous of these sessions, you’ll leave the room with new connections energized!

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