Hosted by Jo Cribb
In this interactive session Jo will share insights from her research with business leaders who have successfully navigated, survived and thrived the impact of disruptive technology change. She will explore the practical impact of technology on the future of work and opportunities to leverage our unique “humanness”. She will challenge the participants to think about their “digital future” as individuals and within their businesses and will share key principles of how to plan a personal journey to survive and thrive in uncertainty.
Jo has researched, written and worked with groups on the changing world of work, the impact of technology and what that may mean for workplaces and individuals in the future. She will facilitate an interactive session sharing insights on the future of work from her research with successful business leaders. She will challenge the participants to think about their “digital future” and share key principles of how to survive and thrive in uncertainty.
Jo has a track record of developing and executing strategy, influencing decision makers and finding solutions to complex policy and organisational challenges. She is an experienced Chief Executive, board director, strategist, gender and policy expert. She is regularly invited to speak at conferences, after dinner and at leadership events on issues of gender, diversity, the future of work, career advancement, leadership and governance. Jo is also the co-author of the book “Don’t worry about the robots – How to survive in the New World of Work”
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