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The Future is Human
There has been more change in the past two years than the previous two decades and it has required all of us to be more agile and adaptable in our lives and in our work.
Some of the challenges we are all facing is finding and keeping talented people, navigating hybrid work dynamics while also being innovative throughout ongoing disruptions.
The opportunities are for us to lead change with a people first focus - to automate the mundane so that we can elevate the humane now and in the future of work.
In this interactive keynote and panel discussion you will leave with:
Insights into the social trends shaping the workplace including worker attitude shifts
Ideas on how to leverage the opportunities of changing workplace dynamics
How to lead change by increasing awareness of biases and mindset
Increase your influence and your ability to inspire others to create what's next with the Nextmapping mindset model
Tips, tools and strategies on how to navigate the workers market (ie/ hiring/onboarding/retaining talent)
Hear from real world examples of what some leaders/companies are doing to solve the current workplace challenges
The session with Cheryl Cran will be interactive through polling and texting with her throughout her keynote.
Bring your questions and your challenges to this event to gain greater clarity, insight and ideas on how to navigate and innovate the now and future workplace.
Cheryl Cran is a future of work expert and founder of Nextmapping a future of work consultancy. She has been named #1 in future of work by Onalytica and in top ten future of work experts by GoCatalant.
Her thought leadership has been featured in Forbes, Huff Post, CBS, Entrepreneur magazine, Fast Company magazine, Globe and Mail and other media.
Cheryl's clients include Amazon, Salesforce, Bell, RBC, BMO, Manulife, ING, Portage Mutual, and many more. Her background is in finance and insurance as a leader prior to starting her own consultancy in 1997.
She is the author of 10 books including her newest, Super Crucial Human and the bestseller, The Art of Change Leadership. AT&T called her a rock star.