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Friday, June 16 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Design the work of a Coworking Manager!

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This session is open to everyone who has previous knowledge or experiences with managing a coworking space or is a heavy user of one (this is a stakeholder-workshop). Together with you, Franziska and Birte from Team Marzavan want to work on understanding how a coworking space needs to be managed in a good way and what it needs to be able to build a strong community with its members. We will design the role of a Coworking Manager and get an understanding about its challenges. We will establish empathy with the people in these roles and understand what qualities and assets they need.

On top of that, we will work on how to help coworking managers to do an even better job by educating themselves.

We are very much looking forward to tackle this challenge together with you!

Speakers
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Birte Bösehans

Change Darer, Marzavan
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Franziska Gätcke

Change Darer, Marzavan
Change is powerful driver for innovation,. | Even though I find it hard to constantly move and get out of my comfort zone, I am grateful to work in a field that challgenges me every day and that lets me connect with interesting and inspiring people.
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Tobias Schwarz

Coworking Manager, St. Oberholz
Tobias Schwarz is Coworking Manager at St. Oberholz in Berlin. Before that, he was Project Head of the blog Netzpiloten.de, for whom he still works as an Editor-at-Large and as an advisor to the management. He studied political science in Munich, Venice, and Berlin. Tobias Schwar... Read More →


Friday June 16, 2017 2:00pm - 2:45pm
New Work Area 1

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