Responsive Conference isn’t like any industry event you’ve attended before. Embark on a two-day exploration of the Future of Work, with a program that’s built around experiential learning, critical discussion, and practical actions for your own organizational change efforts.
Responsive Conference provides a space for generating and sharing new and proven ideas amongst industry professionals. We’re excited to bring together leading practitioners in organizational design and human development as we hone best practices and tactics for working in the 21st century.
Join us in Downtown Las Vegas on Sept. 13-14, 2019 for the 4th Annual Responsive Conference.
What Is Responsive?
Responsive is a growing movement that views work outside a framework of traditional organizational structures, profit motives, and social norms. We believe that successful organizations need to be prepared to adapt to rapid advances in technology and to nurture employees who seek purpose and fulfillment in their roles.
Responsive Conference 2019 will take place in Downtown Las Vegas, in partnership with Zappos.
The immersive 2-day event will take place on Zappos Headquarters in Downtown Las Vegas, including at Zappos' Council Chambers Theater, and the surrounding campus.
Join us on September 13 - 14, 2019 for an incredible experience!
A Letter from Our Director
As someone whose career has spanned everything from circus performance to management consulting, I am constantly impressed by people. Individually, humans can be incredible learners, capable of resilience and adaptation; in well-organized teams, we can accomplish even more.
As a performer, I’ve always been a proponent of the spontaneous connections that take place when exceptional people come together. In early 2016, I had the pleasure of producing a day-long "Un-conference" on the Future of Work. Attendee enthusiasm was overwhelming, and I saw the need for an annual conference exploring work in the 21st Century. Thus, the Responsive Conference was born.
My goal for the Responsive Conference is not just to talk about human development and organization change, but to create a learning experience where we can embody these ideas. I am committed to making the entire process an experiment in culture, from the advisory board, to the production team, to the curation of presenters and attendees, to the experience of the conference itself.
I am thrilled to be entering our fourth year and look forward to sharing this experience with you.