Making It in the Digital Century Workforce with Isabel Wu
How have careers changed in the past decade?
What will they look like in the next?
What career path should I follow?
How do I secure my future as well as find a direction of purpose and fulfillment?
If we worried over such questions before, there has never been a time in our recent history when finding the answers were more important.
This session discusses the evolution of jobs since the First Industrial Revolution resulted in great economic growth. But now that machines have surpassed human output capacity, we’re left grappling with outdated workforce practices.
The weaknesses of the job system has been laid bare in recent months, as the global Coronavirus pandemic’s impact has cut deep and wide. There is, however, no need to despair! By the end of this session, you will not only understand why jobs are failing to fulfill their promise of professional longevity, you will know what can be done about it.
- What is the digital century workforce?
- Why we should focus on capability, not skills.
- It’s the future of work, not jobs.
GIVEAWAYS + SPECIAL OFFERS:
One attendee will win a hardcover copy of the Michelangelo Project
Attendees can purchase copies for 50% off ($40 down to $20 for hardcover or $25 down to $12.50 for paperback) + postage of $10 or collect from their nearest Victory Office + MORE
ABOUT ISABEL WU:
Isabel Wu is an expert in work who has been using organisational behavioral methods to help leaders achieve high performance, especially in times of change, for almost two decades. She focuses on the digital workforce and how technology is changing the way organisations and people work. She is the best-selling author of The Michelangelo Project: Making It in the Digital Century Workforce.
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Isabel works at the intersection of organisations, their customers and their people – this ultimately being the point where future outcomes are determined. She provides the tools and skills needed for transformations that allow leaders to maintain organisational stability while adapting to make the most of the heightened opportunities that periods of change and disruption open (stable/adaptive leadership).