Take part in the virtual and in-person experience of our main event which will take place from Friday, October 28 to Monday, October 31, 2022 in Lisbon and online.
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.
Across the Global South, the notion of decolonization—and depolarization—continues to occupy the center of public debate.
The Johannesburg Chamber of Beautiful Business invites you to explore how business, politics, and arts can help us work towards a less polarized world.
How do we move beyond the Anthropocene and what does it mean for our human connection in nature?
Join the Barcelona Chamber of Beautiful Business to learn and explore with Esther Blazquez-Blanco, Jonathan Minchin, and Dr. Hanna Poikonen.
How can we innovate more effectively, in ways that generate solutions that take our whole humanity into consideration? How can wearable technology play a role in creating healthier individuals and more coherent teams? What is the role of flow in creating break through innovation?
Join the Edinburgh Chamber of Beautiful Business to change the way you innovate.
House Live with Rodrigo Pahlen
September Resident Circle
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?
House Live with Fuensanta Mendez
Leading up to Concrete Love, our musical director Mark Aanderud is bringing some Musicians-in-Residence to our studio on Instagram Live @houseofbeautifulbusiness.
This week: get to know singer, bassist, and composer from the Petén-Veracruz moist forests of Mexico, Fuensanta Méndez. Follow us and join us this Thursday!
Back to Work: The New (Im)balance
In this Living Room Session we discussed mental health, hybrid work that actually works, and the role of cities as workplaces with Benjamin Pring, co-founder and managing director of Cognizant's Center for the Future of Work, writer and educator Dr Elizabeth Cotton from the Cardiff Metropolitan University, and were presented the seven ingredients of a beautiful work life that foster more inclusive, flexible, and humane workplaces by our House Work project group.