Research shows that organizations with strong and distinct community cultures are driving the world's most innovative companies.
They hire and grow more efficiently. Their teams collaborate better. They work better with clients, customers, and partners. They confidently stay ahead of their competition.
You know that you need to learn from these organizations in order to future-proof your company and yourself.
When you have to fight for attention and buy-in, every molehill seems like a mountain. Nothing is worse than the feeling of frustration when people aren't seeing eye to eye.
As your business focuses on collaboration, have you thought about the role that you have to play to ensure people can really work together? Do you need them to...
Maybe your city could be next?
Join us for an in person, hands on, one day workshop to learn how to stay ahead of the curve by leading more collaborative, innovative, community-oriented organizations. Previous online & in-person workshops have been attended by a total of over 200 people in the last year.
"Alex Hillman and the team at Indy Hall are true leaders within Philadelphia's entrepreneurial community, helping establish this city as an emerging hub for innovators, founders and creators. We're excited that they're taking what has worked in Philly and using it to help people in other cities achieve similar success.
If you're looking to build community, these are the folks to learn from." - Mayor Michael Nutter, City of Philadelphia
You don't want to be taught how to "copy" your competition - you want to learn how to become a better version of the organization you already are.
Just a few of the topics we'll cover include:
Having worked directly with dozens of organizations and their communities around the world, we've gotten to see the patterns of success...but not without also seeing the patterns of failure.
Here's a fun statistic: Exactly 0% of the people we've ever taught were intentionally trying to be ineffective leaders.
Even leaders with the best of intentions let things go off the rails more often than they don't, and by the time anybody notices, it's too late. Why is that? Here are a few of the reasons that we've noticed on our own, and others that we've found through research:
"Alex is one of the primary reasons that the coworking community exists and has grown into a thriving, global phenomenon. His contagious enthusiasm has infused others with the courage and drive to start their own spaces, and his leadership and stewardship at IndyHall serves as the model for what a successful community looks like."
- Chris Messina, co-founder of the coworking movement, Barcamp, & creator of the Hashtag
We know that you want a hands-on experience and lots of attention, so we keep our workshops limited to 25 seats. Each of our in-person workshops is a one-time chance to learn from us in YOUR city, so we really don't want you to feel like you missed out. Register today to secure your seat in the workshop.
This is a full day (8 hour) workshop that'll leave your brain spilling over with ideas and insights to bring back to your team. Save $$$! Tickets are $550
$650 each for a limited time!
Register for the location closest to you now using your credit card or PayPal.
Once you've signed up, you'll receive a confirmation email. Before the workshop, you will receive more detailed information about the location, what to bring, and what to expect.
You can always contact us with questions.
Tell us why! We're choosing more cities to visit during the rest of of 2013. If you help to bring us to your city, you'll get a free seat in the workshop
Lets collaborate. If your interests align with ours, we should be working together. We're interested in forging relationships with individuals and organizations that share our passion for helping build the future of work. Contact us to discuss options!
Be our sponsor. We have a global itinerary planned for this year. Do you want your brand in front of industry leaders? Contact us to talk about sponsorship opportunities.
Cofounder and Fearless Leader of Indy Hall
Alex has been a champion for community building since 2005. He is cofounder and fearless leader of Indy Hall, which after 6 consecutive years of vibrant growth & hundreds of active members has become one of the world's most revered coworking communities. Alex is a prolific writer, international speaker, and consultant for community builders around the world. Other projects include thought leadership consultation Tony Hsieh's widely celebrated Downtown Project in Las Vegas.
Cofounder and Mayor of New Work City
Tony has been helping people build better communities in NYC and around the world since 2007. His best known work is as cofounder and Mayor of New Work City, NYC's first dedicated community coworking space. Tony is a seasoned organizer and is on the Board of Directors of the NY Tech Meetup, the world's largest Meetup group. He has as spoken at conferences internationally, and provided thought leadership consultation on Tony Hsieh's Downtown Project and NYC's Downtown Alliance to build the Hive at 55.
Point-Man at Indy Hall
Adam has mastered his skills in community building through first-hand leadership of the community at Indy Hall. He's a marvel of a communicator and a facilitator, which he demonstrated while guiding the Indy Hall community through some of it's largest growth periods in history. Adam continues to shine as an instructor and curriculum developer alongside Alex and Tony.