CO-FOUNDER AND CEO OF SEMCO STYLE AND FOUNDER OF THE ONE MINUTE ACADEMY
Arko Van Brakel
ARKO VAN BRAKEL
Keynote speaker category: Leadership, Education, Change Management. Keynote speaker topics: Corporate leadership, strategy, innovation, competitiveness, extreme stakeholder alignment, the future of consulting, creating collaborative workplaces, the future of education innovation, the future of how we work, rethinking business through disruptive management, organisational design, education.
Arko Van Brakel
Arko Van Brakel is the Co-Founder and CEO of the Semco Style Institute in the Netherlands. He works very closely with Mr Ricardo Semler on all Semco related business and the future of work.
His mission? Encouraging entrepreneurship and innovation. He does that as an entrepreneur and as a highly sought-after adviser, speaker, chairman coach and coach. Since spring 2016, Arko van Brakel, together with Brazilian entrepreneur Ricardo Semler, co-founder and Chief Inspiration Officer of the Semco Style Institute.
According to Arko, entrepreneurship, an entrepreneurial way of thinking and working just now is necessary. The world around us changes faster than ever of a MEconomy in a WEconomy, while exponential developments dominate our living and working environment. It is becoming increasingly clear that linear solutions do not answer exponential issues. But how do you prepare yourself and your organization for the unpredictable?
What choices make successful leaders in the WEconomy? How does an entrepreneur become a game changer? How do you stay an attractive employer? What is the answer to the exponential issues in our world? How to make speed by trust? How do you stay vital in the race race? What are tomorrow's business models where you can get started today? On this and other innovation and entrepreneurial issues, Arko van Brakel answers. Arko combines scientific insights with own experiences and often surprising practical examples. One thing is certain: the big issues of tomorrow are not soluble with yesterday's thinking models.