Jitske Kramer is a best-selling author. Her books are about her journey of discovery about how people can be good together. How we can build strong tribes, safe for differences and ready for change. How we can work and live well together, even with people we might not like. How people shape cultures and how cultures shape people.
Cultural anthropology is the discipline that asks what it means to be a human among humans in organisations and beyond.
Jitske Kramer is a well-known speaker and has gotten top-ratings on several international business conferences.
She is known for being the best-selling author of Deep Democracy, Jam Cultures, Work has left the Building and The Corporate Tribe.
Working Cultures after Corona
Jitske sees the coronavirus as a global culture shock. A keynote about dealing with changes, hybrid working and remote leadership
- Is this a crisis or a transformation?
- How to lead remotely?
- How to collaborate on a project if you can’t get together?
- How to maintain connections and pride?
- How to ensure no one is overcome with loneliness or overwhelmed by the workload?
- How to train new people?
- How to discuss difficult topics and maintain a good atmosphere when working remotely?