A look at the conversations that will help you see the world a little differently. These are the conversations occurring around me and I see the change when you think about things differently. You’ll find every episode full of practical ideas and ways to switch up your thinking and join different conversations to help you stand out from the crowd. It’s just 15 minutes, to challenge your world, step outside of your current conversations and step up to another level in your conversations. In Episode 1, I’m discussing privacy and data and how to be more information literate, bringing your A game every day to everything you do and how you can more easily implement change in your life.These are the conversations you need to start and actions you need to implement to put you ahead of the crowd. In just 15 minutes you can gain the edge.
In Episode 8 we speak with Dr. Lynn Gribble, who is one of Australia’s founding coaches, an accidental academic and an award-winning author and university lecturer.She’s known as a digital innovator for her work in technology enabled academia and she calls herself a “pragmatic futurist coach”. She also helps people to “future proof” their careers in an ever-evolving workplace.We spoke with Lynn from Sydney, Australia where she lives and works.We discussed a range of topics relevant to companies of any size including:The future of work is about relationshipsDo people want to be managed in the digital age?Managing the circumstances not the peopleSoft vs disciplinary skillsWe need people to connect peopleWhat we can't teach AI to do is make a human connectionPeople are the only truly sustainable competitive advantageWhat is the future of work?People need to be agile and take ownership of their skills developmentFlexibility is the key in the gig economyThe serviced office of the futureThe one piece of technology that will drive fundamental changeThe digital agentHome robots are the hardest workersThe receptionist of the futureThe stigma of retrenchmentManaging MillennialsWhat ice skating can teach youWhat organisations get wrongIf you punish risk you will get no innovationAre we addressing ethics in business?The link between risk and ethicsWhat 3 things can you do next week?1. Build relationships not networks2. Take a small risk & do something new3. How can I be kinder & more connected to colleagues?More information and show notes can be found on the episode page.For more on Andrew - what he speaks about and replays of recent talks, please visit futurist.london or follow @andrewgrill