The Future of Work

Lynda Gratton will share her insights about the changing nature of work and the implications it will have on people, organizations and society.

Details

Date & Time

October 5, 2021
12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Location

Online

Cost

Free (Registration Required)

Contact

Andreea Calic
calica@mcmater.ca

Description

Future of Canada and the World Webinar Series

The Future of Work

The future of work is one of the most hotly discussed issues in any office, boardroom, government ministry or home dining table. In this webinar, Lynda Gratton, one of the world’s leading authorities on this topic, will share her insights about the changing nature of work and the implications it will have on people, organizations and society. She will also share strategies for how organizations can become more future ready and how leaders can become more resilient in a volatile and unpredictable world.

Lynda Gratton is a Professor of Management Practice at the London Business School. In addition to receiving several teaching awards from institutions around the world as well as being a prolific award-winning author, she regularly appears in the highly acclaimed Thinkers 50 annual ranking. As a Fellow of the World Economic Forum, she has chaired the WEF Council on Leadership and was recently appointed as co-chair for the WEF Global Future Council on Work, Wages and Job Creation. She also previously served on former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s “Council for designing the 100-year-life society”. Professor Gratton holds and BA and PhD from the University of Liverpool.

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