Gig mindsetters, nonconformists and unconventional individuals

interacting, reinventing and investing in the present and the future

  • Who are the members?

    Members are people who are part of the bold new breed of gig mindsetters, non-conformists and unconventional individuals.

    Is this you?

    Are you motivated to bring change, within yourself, inside your organizations and in the world?

    You are unconventional in your behaviors and thinking. You dare to challenge the status quo. You take initiatives and assume responsibility. You often make people around you uncomfortable. You often bring unrecognized but essential value to your organization or context. You strengthen proactive resilience, so important in times of constant change.

    Does even a little bit of this sound familiar?

    If so, continue reading to see how you can join this group.

    Please note that this community is designed for practitioners. If you are a service provider, event organizer or expert consultant, I invite you to get in touch via the contact page and we will see about the possibility of your participation in a specific online session on a topic that’s relevant to you.

    How to join us

    Bold New Breed Community is a private space on Slack, open by invitation only. It is a place of trust and confidentiality. Members do not share – in any form – the stories, conversations and comments that take place here.

    After reading this page, use the Contact page here to request membership or more information.

  • Why Should You Join?

    To meet, interact and share with like-minded people. The Slack discussion space lets members share ideas, ask questions and challenge the status quo.
    Zoom sessions are arranged on specific topics among members and sometimes with external guests.

    Topics that are relevant to many gig mindsetters include:

    What challenges do you as a gig mindsetter face? What motivates you?

    How can leadership bring change?

    What stories, use cases and practices will help influence people around you?

    How can HR reinvent itself?

    How can you facilitate learning & development for yourself and for others?

    What personal future can you as a gig mindsetter build, inside or outside an organization? What risks and opportunities do you see?