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What work will people do? The 3 key skills you need for the future

What work will people do? The 3 key skills you need for the future


Tuesday, 18 September 2018

17:30 PM - 18:30 PM

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The robots are coming! Hollywood is constantly bringing forth the idea that machines will takeover in the distant future and while we may not be talking killer robots here, it’s hard to ignore the seemingly daily release of articles that share the warnings of Quantum Computers, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Robots eliminating millions of jobs across all industries in the coming years.


Technology is not new, but never before have we seen the change coming so fast, so widespread and impacting with such volatility. Age old businesses, industries and professions are increasingly becoming disrupted and for many people, the real question is what is the future for me?


Staying relevant in the future of work has never been so uncertain. So which skills and capabilities should individuals and businesses be investing in to ensure they can make a real impact in the next 5, 10, 20 years?


Presented by Daniel Murray from Empathetic Consulting, this complimentary talk will take us on a journey to unlock the 3 skills all people will need to take advantage of the technological era, create value for their clients and love the work they do.


You will learn:

  • The big 3 skills for the future

  • Why the robots won't be enough

  • How to build the capabilities business' need.



In a survey conducted by PwC, 73% believed that technology can never replace the human mind and this is our advantage. We need to focus on our ability to continuously adapt, engage with others in that process and most importantly retain our core sense of identity and values. This talk will shed light on the skills we should be focusing on.


This session is ideal for anyone looking to refine their skillset and better understanding the impact technology is having on jobs and the industry today.


Register to attend this complimentary event today! Spaces are limited.