Covid isn’t the only driver of change when it comes to the future of work. Beyond the conversations about working from home, the impact of technology and how robots can take our jobs, we need to think about, re-imagine what it means to work and create and experience a meaningful life.
Without robust thinking about what work is and what it looks like, we may fail to recognise fundamental shifts in the world that will make our skills and efforts entirely redundant. We need to be constantly scanning, learning and developing so that we remain relevant and we make our contributions to society in a valuable way.
Work is disrupted, not just by self driving cars and automation, but by health and longevity, by societal pressures on changing values, by the politics of economies.
- Learn how to scan for changes and cope with volatility
- Develop a constant learning mindset
- Culture an approach of forgetting and unlearning
- Know when to scan and when to dive deeper into new skills
These webinars are open and free for anyone to attend. After an initial presentation from Charlotte Kemp, introducing and explaining concepts and models, we will discuss amongst the participants, what this means for our own circumstances and how we might apply them to make real and relevant changes to our futures.
No prior knowledge or understanding is required to participate in these sessions. Please feel free to share with interested colleagues.
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Charlotte Kemp is the Futures Alchemist. She is a professional futurist, member of the Association of Professional Futurists (APF), President of the Professional Speakers Association of Southern Africa (PSASA) and Vice President of the Global Speakers Federation (GSF).