The Future of Work: Attract New Talent, Build Better Leaders, and Create a Competitive Organization
The workplace is drastically changing. Managers have more direct reports than before the recession, Millennials will soon out number all other generations at work, businesses have the new technology and tools to boost performance, cut costs, and give employees more freedom over their own projects, and of course, our ability to work from anyplace, at any time.
In order for businesses to succeed in this new environment, employees, managers, and organizations as a whole need to redefine what it means to work. "The Future of Work" explores the new behaviors, new technologies, and the new people entering the workforce, focusing on:
How the traditional command and control leadership model is dead Working with and for Millennial, who expect to be doing meaningful work, share their voice, and want rapid feedback How to adapt to the mobile worker How to succeed when the corporate ladder is replaced by employees creating their own way Why the future of work is about sharing information and not hoarding it How new technologies are reshaping the way we communicate by forcing an open environment of collaboration among all levels
"The Future of Work "is about what we can do to reach our bottom line while empowering our employees across the board, creating not only profitable businesses and meaningful work, but an environment to attract and keep the best talent.