17 August 2020: Learn To Work In A Radically Different Way
Start your week focused with Hatch
How can you get more done, in less time - without stress or overwhelm? How can you feel more energized, rather than drained at the end of a workday? How can you FINALLY get that one thing done, that you never have time for? We will teach you exactly how, during our week-long, online Ditch the Distractions event!
Log in on the morning of our kick-off and learn how you can work in a radically different way and leave you energised at the end of each workday, instead of exhausted. Receive daily tips and support from our experienced team of focus-experts.Integrate the newly-learned lessons in your own work. Join our end-of-the-week drinks to celebrate the tremendous progress you will have made in your work - we promise, you'll be amazed about the amount of time you will have saved, and the high-quality work you will have delivered!
At the convenience of your own home or office environment.
Why should you join?
- Start your week to kick some ass;
- You will receive a box with carefully curated powerfood from a fellow start-up;
- This box also contains unique learning materials;
- This Ditch The Distractions event is a low key introduction about how to use your brainwaves and become more productive and focussed.
- Everyone has that one idea you want to start. Or maybe you have something you need to finish? We will help you; come and join, it's fun!
- Connecting with like minded, down to earth people who are also curious about what it means to be human in a tech-driven, fast-paced world.
- The facilitated workshops and talk will be online; easy does it!
Programme (everything is online)
8:00 - 9:00 AM: Online breakfast & session on stress-free productivity
9:00 AM onwards: directly apply our methodology on your normal work
Tuesday - Thursday
8:00 - 8:30 AM: Daily morning check-in with our team, to help you stay on track, offer you tips & support. Feel free to drop in at any moment within this half hour!
16:00 - 16:30: Celebration and amazement: Whuuuuut? Did I get all this shit done? Yup.
The week after: One-on-one phone call to reflect upon your week and results.
We are living in exciting times. New realities and technologies rapidly and radically change the way we live and work. Fast-paced digitalization increases our convenience, boosts our efficiency and rockets our productivity. It however also amplifies our dependency. In the new normality and comfort of our digital lives we tend to neglect our ability to think critically, act purposefully and connect meaningfully. Yet it’s these innate human capabilities you need in order to adapt and thrive through all the challenges the future will bring. That's why Hatch helps you cultivate your unique abilities that technology can’t replicate. During immersive learning experiences and real life experiments you train your creativity, curiosity, imagination, as well as empathy, human communication and resilience.
Hatch will have you future-proof in no time.
The theory behind Ditch The Distractions: Roanne van Voorst
Besides being the co-founder and Chief Science at Hatch, Roanne is a researcher, writer, journalist, training-developer and (Tedx)speaker. Her books and articles have been translated into different languages and are published internationally. As an ‘anthropologist of the future’, her core research focuses on what entails a sustainable, feasible and desirable future of our world. Roanne has conducted research all over the world, from Inuit villages in Greenland to the slums of Jakarta. In 2014, she obtained her PhD (with distinction) at the Amsterdam Institute of Social Science Research (AISSR). She has worked as a consultant for the Danish Institute of International Studies (DIIS) on a research project on the future of cities, and is currently affiliated to the International Institute of Social Studies. Roanne has developed several trainings on the basis of her research, amongst which the 'working on brainwaves methodology', which has been successfully tested and implemented for over 2 years. She is also a member of the Dutch Future Society and is frequently asked to share her foresights on the future on public events, such as the Lowlands festival (about the future of fun, creativity and friendship), TedXAmsterdam and Wageningen (on a sustainable future”) and on the yearly Futurist Dinner (the future of work and education).
Your Facilitator of Focus: Kim Durieux
As a Service Design Consultant at Accenture Interactive, Kim worked with the endless possibilities of the creative process on a daily basis. With an open mind and a genuine interest in people, she conducted qualitative research and facilitated countless creative workshops within large projects, to help corporates deliver actual value to both employees and consumers. After four incredible years, she got stung by the purpose-bee and decided it was time for change. With the creative processes of both Design Thinking and the Creative Problem Solving model as her second nature, she realised the power and value of it when applied to life itself. And as a fierce believer of the relevance of a creative and resilient mindset, she joined forces with Hatch.