In unserer Interviewreihe “Partners in Crime” stellen wir euch Macher_innen aus dem Bereich New Work vor, die mit uns zusammen die Arbeitswelt von morgen gestalten.
Heute haben wir Anja und Maria von JOIN getroffen. JOIN steht für Jobinnovator und ist eine Job-Suchmaschine, die den Job suchenden Menschen in den Mittelpunkt steht.
Somehow that notion of a weekly review really is silly. I mean, let’s face it: our last blog post was published towards the beginning of autumn. Autumn! Colorful leaves and so on. Today – after multiple cases of the flu, scarlet fever, frost bite and countless lemon ginger teas – the first signs of spring are beckoning. So here comes our quarterly juggle-report!
Stop! Don’t go anywhere! I promise to keep it brief. And besides, really great things are happening – but fine, if you don’t want to read on…
Oh, you’re still here – time-tested mommy strategy (Ok, then Mommy will do it all alone…) works every time!
New team offices at juggleHUB
Speaking of alone. Being alone at juggleHUB is becoming more difficult every day. Since the beginning of the year our space has noticably filled up. We have lots of new faces – some are still on their trial month, others dove right into a membership. Like Lydia and her two colleagues who booked three fixed desks.
And in early January we also welcomed our first start-up team – the boys and girls from Oolipo.
Wann? 16.09.2017 / 10:00 – 13:00 Uhr
Infos: Are you an expat living in Berlin, new in Berlin, moving to or thinking about moving to Berlin?
If that is the case, the Landing Pad Berlin is just the place for you. The Landing Pad Berlin is a place for expats, new comers and people thinking about or planning to make the move. You will meet the experts on life in Berlin as an expat, and receive answers to essential questions from experts in various fields.
Bring your questions on any of the following topics:
Relocation and Real Estate
Family and Children
Pregnancy, Babies and Infants
Schools and Kindergartens
Health Insurance – Private and Public
Accounting and Taxes
Anmeldung: Über Eventbrite
Wann? 22.09.2017 / 09:00-18:00 Uhr
Infos: Der Einführungsworkshop zur Neuen Arbeit (New Work) unterstützt mutige und neugierige Menschen auf ihrer Reise zu mehr Selbstorganisation und Verantwortung.
Es geht dabei nicht um die Vermittlung von reinem methodischen Wissen und Strategien für eine Unternehmenstransformation. Denn dies kann heute in Büchern und Vorträgen erworben werden. Mariola Wittek und Ralf Metz sind fest davon überzeugt, dass eine one-size-fits-all Lösung in der heutigen Welt nicht mehr sinnvoll möglich ist. Es bedarf einer für die eigenen Organisation selbst erarbeiteten, angemessenen Lösung. Um dies zu ermöglichen, ist es vor allem wichtig, persönliche Überzeugungen und Erfahrungen zu hinterfragen und die eigene Sichtweise zu erweitern.
Unternehmenssimulation und Reflexion
Fallbeispiele: Erfolgreiche und gescheiterte Unternehmen
Organisationsmodelle: Soziokratie (3.0), Holacracy
Entscheidungsinstrumente: Konsent, Integrative Entscheidungsfindung, Systemisches (Online) Konsensieren
Dialog-Runde: Die eigenen Emotionen hinsichtlich New Work erkunden und reflektieren
Kosten: 990 € zzgl. MwSt.
Anmeldung: über Xing
Wann? 13.10.2017 / 10:00-12:00 Uhr
Infos: Ludmilla beantwortet euch eure Fragen im Rahmen einer kostenlosen Erstberatung zu den Themen Gründung, Investments, Vertragsgestaltung und vielem mehr. Pro Person stehen euch maximal 30 Minuten zur Verfügung.
Kosten: für euch kostenfrei
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A few days ago a little two-year-old stood in our café and said: “Fall is coming with big steps”. That was as cute as it was true. And it reminded us, in the most charming way, that it was high time to recap the past few days and weeks for you. So here it goes!
juggleHUB and the first ever Berlin Coworking Festival
On October 7th and 8th the first Coworking Festival took place in Berlin. Over 20 coworking spaces joined forces to make coworking (even more) visible. Of course, if you are familiar with the start-up scene or working as a freelancer, you have most likely heard about coworking before. But many people have not and we wanted to change that. After all, coworking is an option for most people – and with the vast variety of spaces on the market, everyone should be able to find the right space for themselves. It is this variety that we wanted to demonstrate and at the same time lower the inhibitions to just come by, take a look, meet some coworkers, take a seat at a desk or just taste the coffee being offered.
At juggleHUB we had two days of “open doors” – although our doors are typically always open for anyone interested. So this time officially with title and exclamation mark: “Come on in, we look forward to meeting you!”
So we’ve been busily posting away on our social media channels – links, articles, incredibly interesting events – and the reactions are fair to good. In the process we’ve been steadily collecting likes and finally reached the magic 500 mark. Ok, we thought, to celebrate we could post a funny little “thank you” video. With us as ring card girls. We’d just post it in the afternoon, when there’s not too much traffic on our Facebook page.
No sooner said than done. We made a funny little clip, posted it online on a hot, work-unfriendly day and then turned back to our never-ending to-do list. Then, after a while, for some distraction, we made our way back to Facebook and what do we find? „Like!“, „Share!“, „Comment“, „Woohooo!“.
Yes, it still exists, our written week-in-review. For the past few weeks we switched to the spoken version, since that just seemed more appropriate. We stood in constant exchange with supporters and new people that were interested in the juggleHUB and were happy to explain and inform: „How long have you been open now?”, „How did the idea come about?” or just „What’s new at juggleHUB?“ In the future we’ll just say: Read the blog, man! No, of course not, but for those of you that have not (yet) come by we want to share a brief retrospect.
The soft opening
So, back to the question “How long have you been open now?” Exactly one month! On Monday, June 13, we opened our doors to the public for the first time and waited to see what would happen. And something happened – how exciting!