Back

Upcoming Events

Fluid Manifesto

Chambers of Beautiful Business
Public
toggle button

How can art move us closer? How can it make love more concrete? How can we leave a mark that translates into a beautiful outcome? And what means love to you?

Join an artistic experience with the Copenhagen Chamber of Beautiful Business to unfold a unique Fluid Manifesto. Come together, artfully, and leave your mark.

Time17:00 - 19:00 CEST08:00 - 10:00 PDT11:00 - 13:00 EDT01:00 - 03:00 AEST

Back to Work: The New (Im)balance

Living Room Session
Public
toggle button

In this Living Room Session, we’ll present the five habits of work-life imbalance that foster more inclusive, flexible, and humane workplaces. Whether you’re WFH, a digital nomad, or in-office, come discuss mental health, hybrid work that actually works, and getting things done

Time17:00 - 18:00 CEST08:00 - 09:00 PDT11:00 - 12:00 EDT01:00 - 02:00 AEST

September Resident Circle: Option 1

Resident Circle
Residents
toggle button

Make Meetings More Beautiful: learn from fellow Residents

As we return to work for Q4 of another tumultuous year, how can we make our meetings—the smallest unit of business life—more beautiful? Can we enjoy life-force-restoring check-ins?

Time12:00 - 13:00 CEST03:00 - 04:00 PDT06:00 - 07:00 EDT20:00 - 21:00 AEST

September Resident Circle: Option 2

Resident Circle
Residents
toggle button

Make Meetings More Beautiful: learn from fellow Residents

As we return to work for Q4 of another tumultuous year, how can we make our meetings—the smallest unit of business life—more beautiful? Can we enjoy life-force-restoring check-ins?

Time17:00 - 18:00 CEST08:00 - 09:00 PDT11:00 - 12:00 EDT01:00 - 02:00 AEST

Concrete Love

Annual Gathering
Residents
toggle button

Friday, October 29 – Friday, November 26, 2021


Progress is born in bold new ideas but is felt in the very practical. So we’ve choreographed five thought-provoking main acts, followed by a four-week online learning program to make it all real.

Let’s dream big—and build: new workplaces, new identities, new worlds. Out: commitment issues. In: a new stability that frees you to be whoever you want.

Let’s begin again. With concrete love.

Time12:00 - 18:00 CET03:00 - 09:00 PST06:00 - 12:00 EST21:00 - 04:00 AEDT

Past Events

How to Rewrite Your Future Story

Masterclass
Residents
toggle button

A masterclass with Aditi Khorana

What exactly is a story? Is it a tale we tell for our own entertainment? Or a symbiotic life and art form that relies on us just as much as we depend on it?

In this Resident-only masterclass led by award-winning novelist Aditi Khorana, we’ll explore how our cultural, political, and economic systems, including our businesses, are constructed using the blueprint of story. We exained how compelling stories can change us and our world, as we share tales from ancient India, the Celtic tradition, and old indigenous myths to find new stories that can guide us – and our businesses – into the future.

Life Is Better on the Beach

Living Room Session
Residents
toggle button

Before our summer break in August, we hosted a special Resident-only session, combining our usual Living Room Session and Resident Circle featuring Gaga movement teacher Yaara Dolev, a sneak peek into Concrete Love, our event taking place this fall in Lisbon and online around the world, and Irrelevant Business Conversations.

Become a Resident to watch a recording of this session
Contributors

How to Turn Your Company Into an Imagination Machine

Masterclass
Residents
toggle button

A masterclass with Martin Reeves, chairman of the BCG Henderson Institute

Participation is limited to 30 Residents

We need imagination now more than ever—to find new opportunities, rethink our businesses, and discover paths to growth. Yet too many companies have lost their ability to imagine. What is this mysterious capacity? How does imagination work? And how can organizations keep it alive and harness it systematically? In this Resident-only masterclass, chairman of the BCG Henderson Institute, Martin Reeves, will share exclusive insights from his new book, The Imagination Machine.

Drawing on the experience and perspectives of CEOs across several industries, as well as lessons from neuroscience, computer science, psychology, and philosophy, The Imagination Machine provides a fascinating look into the mechanics of imagination and lays out a six-step process for creating ideas and bringing them to life.

Become a Resident to watch a recording of this session
Contributors

Summer House Concert

House Concert
Residents
toggle button

In celebration of this year's Musicians-in-Residence class, curated by our musical director Mark Aanderud, we're inviting you to a live concert across genres, cities, and major and minor keys, featuring Peter Broderick, Milena Casado, Hernán Hecht, Vanessa Moreno, Nasiri, Rodrigo G Pahlen, Childo Tomas, and Varijashree Venugopal.

Become a Resident to listen to the concert
Contributors

June Resident Circle (Option 2)

Resident Circle
Residents
toggle button

Connect, discuss, and work with fellow Residents in our next Resident Circle! This time there’ll be no agenda—just yours.

June Resident Circle (Option 1)

Resident Circle
Residents
toggle button

Connect, discuss, and work with fellow Residents in our next Resident Circle! This time there’ll be no agenda—just yours.

The Assumption of Longevity

Partner Event
Residents
toggle button

Hosted by our partners, The Coterie

Does the assumption of living to old age need to die?

Join beloved dharma teacher, journalist and author Catherine Ingram and master storyteller and spiritual activist Stephen Jenkinson as they address themes of uncertainty, presence, the spell of future fantasies, and the erroneous assumption of “guaranteed time.”

With average lifespans in most first world countries reaching into the seventies and eighties for the past few decades, many Western cultures have lived with never-before expectations of longevity.

House Residents can join for free by registering at the non-member price. Please email us for details.

A More Literate World

Living Room Session
Residents
toggle button

We have to take reading more seriously. Over her extraordinary career, scholar and teacher Maryanne Wolf, director of the Center for Dyslexia, Diverse Learners, and Social Justice, and author of multiple books, including Reader, Come Home, has shown persuasively that so much of what we enjoy in society—from companionship to critical thinking to democracy itself—is nurtured by deep reading.

Over the course of an in-depth conversation with Maryanne Wolf and with special guest Ella Berthoud, bibliotherapist at the international School of Life, we will explore the inner workings of our reading brain, the fringes of business jargon, and how to properly understand the changes that digital mediums are forcing on us individually and collectively. Hosted by Megan Hustad and Tim Leberecht.

Watch session

Load more

logo

We don't support this version of your browser, and neither should you!

You are visiting this page because we detected an unsupported browser. Your browser does not support security features that we require. We highly recommend that you update your browser. If you believe you have arrived here in error, please contact us. Be sure to include your browser version.