What does an army troop have to do with a dance troupe?
At first glance, these two concepts seem different, at odds even. But if you look closer, you’ll discover overlapping themes in the way both approach teamwork: there are specific rules to follow, a need for mutual trust, a high-pressure environment, and a critical commitment to success. No matter your industry, you can employ the Parallel Category Inspiration methodology to uncover valuable insights from unexpected categories.
Now Plus One
For over a decade, Now Plus one have helped teams uncover insights, trigger their imagination and solve problems in new ways through our immersive programs. Time and time again, we were surprised and delighted by the powerful team building connections achieved through the variety of innovative and unexpected activities. This inspired us to collect the most compelling elements from our pro…
For over a decade, Now Plus one have helped teams uncover insights, trigger their imagination and solve problems in new ways through our immersive programs. Time and time again, we were surprised and delighted by the powerful team building connections achieved through the variety of innovative and unexpected activities. This inspired us to collect the most compelling elements from our process and use them as the basis for a new take on team building.
Lead People Scientist / Community Engagement at Culture Amp
My Mission: To help the world work better by improving the places we work.
I am obsessed with how humans work, both individually and together in groups.
Given the percentage of our lives that is spent at work, I believe that the more connected to and inspired by our work and workplace we can be, the better we are as humans, and thus the more successful our organizations will be.
I work every day to improve the state of our workplaces by supporting organizations to leverage data in making more human focused decisions, that results in more engaged people and more successful organizations.
I am also highly focused on creating change one person at a time through building Culture Amp's Culture First community. Our goal is to build the worlds largest community of people, both online and offline, who believe that a better world of work is possible and are willing to take action to make this a reality.
If you want to step up as a Culture Activist and join me in this mission, follow me here on LinkedIn and let’s start a conversation.
Ramita enjoys working with leaders to help them create and maintain a healthy work environment where talents can flourish and be their best in what they do. Merging my professional experience of working in the public and private sector, I help people leaders to be aware of wellbeing, environmental and social governance while working with people.
Nowadays, people are collaborating, connecting and coordinating at a pace or scale never experienced before. Navigating through change and adapting to it has become essential for everyone at and beyond the workplace. My aim is to create an inspiring vision for change and be an active agent for the future of work.
Simon has taken an unusual path into the People space.
Starting out in Hotels he learned about servant-leadership early. He decided to leave the industry for better work-life balance, and re-trained as a network and security specialist, ending up in the world of Hollywood movies. While he enjoyed his time working with machines, he was always drawn to the point where people interacted with computers. As he took on more responsibility for this intersection, his career moved further away from machines and more toward people and leadership. Fast forward almost 10 years of peer and leadership coaching, he finally chose to move his focus to building excellent people departments. Now he is constantly looking for how to tweak and improve everything to do with how people work together while being a service-oriented people professional.
People, Organization and Workplace
Berlin Chapter Lead