In the future, the way we work will change. Organisations need to be agile and adaptable in the face of shifting industry dynamics.
This five-session masterclass will focus on the role of purpose in navigating this new landscape. It’ll educate on how individuals and organisations can develop purpose as a behaviour and apply it as a skill.
Through interactive exercises and discussions, attendees will learn how to reframe the age-old question “What is my purpose?” in the context of a rapidly changing world, and understand the importance of developing strong human connections in a digital age.
After the masterclass, attendees will reframe their personal purpose into tangible and valuable business skills. They will be able to find meaning and purpose in all situations, particularly in the rapidly changing world of work.
Using his extensive experience and research in psychology, human behaviour, futurism and business strategy, John helps attendees understand the role of curiosity and creativity in decision-making. He’ll also help them recognise the importance of having a resilient and mature mindset when navigating the uncertain future.
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