The Next Wave in Business: Purpose-Driven?  +++ Stefan speaks at the DIF London +++

The Next Wave in Business: Purpose-Driven? +++ Stefan speaks at the DIF London +++

DIF – Disruptive Innovation Festival on Nov 24th, 12:00 GMT online

The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that invites thought-leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators, businesses, designers and learners to explore the question “The economy is changing – what do I need to know, experience and do?”

181 countries participated in DIF 2015

590,000+ social media impressions

34,500+ session views

20,000+ attendes

 

The Next Wave in Business: Purpose-Driven?
The Future of Work!

>> Watch online Nov 24th 12:00 GMT

 

en_buch_coverPeople who are dynamic in the new economic culture are operating from their inner core, with the impact to create change for the greater good. Discovering integral and creative solutions that will serve all – people, planet, and profit alike. We will have a look at an evolutionary awareness, providing practical models, tools and examples from the spectra of eastern and western consciousness, so that everyone can discover and develop the Change Leader inside himself.

For an economy that serves all: purpose, people, planet and profit.

 

Stefan Götz

Stefan Götz – Version 8Stefan is a CEO and an entrepreneur, change leader, conscious leadership advisor, inspired mentor, creative thinker, corporate culture transformist, author, speaker and strategic learning partner to leaders who create next generation businesses. His work is transforming the business paradigm to the 21 century by building workplaces of individual and organizational potential unfolding. He guides the progressive and extraordinary leaders, their teams, and businesses to meaningful and sustainable success by focusing on purpose, collaboration, and vibrant company culture through “Conscious Leadership in Action”.

 

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