Edith Wolf-Hunkeler, Paralympic athlete
Andy Habermacher, author of “Neuroleadership”
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Registration at 6:00 p.m., keynote address 6:30 p.m., followed by cocktail hour
Dow Europe GmbH, Bachtobelstrasse 3, 8810 Horgen
By car: Free parking on-site
By Public Transportation: Train to Horgen, then public/special bus to “Risi/Dow” (details to follow)
Our next NextGenCH event will be exploring the biases that we hold within ourselves, unknown to us. These biases color the way we view others and situations, negatively affecting our lives.
This special evening will be divided into four parts:
We will hear from Paralympic athlete Edith Wolf-Hunkeler, who will give us her perspective on other people’s prejudices about her and others like her.
Next, Andy Habermacher, the founder of leading brains, which focuses on leadership and neuroscience, will guide you through a fun and interactive workshop to discover more about the biases within yourself.
Then, we will continue with our successful Open Mic night (anyone can come on stage, pose a question and receive answers from the audience)
Finally, ending the evening with a cocktail hour, where general networking and merriment ensue!
NextGenCH Steering committee
RSVP to www.amcham.ch/events – registration opens on 14 March 2017 at 9am
As there are very limited seats available, we work on a first come/first served basis.
Questions: firstname.lastname@example.org / Cost: 30 CHF, payable in advance
Please note that cancellation is only possible until the end of the business day (6 p.m.) prior to the event (full no-show charge for cancellations after this deadline). To maintain a diverse audience, we may cap the number of participants from any individual company.
NextGen CH is a group for young professional (≤ 40), powered by 12 chambers of commerce in Switzerland (NextGenCH.org)