Tag: Future of Work

Let’s Talk Trust

As a consultant with Change2020, I work with a range of different leaders, in a variety of industry sectors.  Some of the challenges they are grappling with are different, but one thing they are all focussed on is fostering trust.  While it is easy to write and say, it is something that takes time to build and no time to erode.

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Leading change in a world of transformation

As the buzzwords of innovation and technology continue to grow, the desire for change will continue to evolve. The standard roles and systems will continue to be taken over by newer technology and automation. But the hunt for skilled and evolving workers will not end. Those at risk, are those that are not developing and embracing the change.

Imagine a few of the most successful and “busiest” leaders; how do you believe they spend their time? Bill Gates, one of the richest men in the world, read one book a week during the most demanding time in his career. Warren Buffett spent 80% of his time in reading and creative thinking throughout his career. You may be asking yourself, why?

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The Future of Work remains, as always, a hot topic. Organisations are starting to understand how technology and digitisation enables people to work smarter, faster and see change as the new norm. As experts in Change and Transformation, we see many organisations simply not considering or preparing for The Future of Work; avoiding or ignoring the changes is not a viable strategy; organisations must be willing to adapt to this changing landscape.

The Future of Work contains several key elements affecting our traditional workplaces – in this article we discuss three of these. The first being the question and discussion around the impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the automation of our jobs and whether there will genuine and valuable work for humans to do. The second is what human skills and capabilities will be required such as emotional intelligence and creativity. Thirdly, changing models of work and work environments with the rise of freelancing, the gig economy and the increasing demand for flexible working patterns for employees.

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