Defining the Future of Work: Planning for the Unplannable
Virtual event on 24th November 2020
2020 has been a pivotal year for everyone; on both a personal and professional level. Our lives and the way we do business have been drastically transformed, possibly forever. While working remotely poses some new challenges, it also brings the opportunity to ask ourselves some tough questions; do we have the mechanisms in place to survive, or even flourish in times of such extreme uncertainty? How can we enhance our processes and increase efficiency? What’s the best way to support our team, and ourselves?
If you are trying to plan for the unplannable, join us on 24th November when we will welcome astronaut Major Tim Peake CMG to the (virtual) stage, as well as guest speakers from Clear Channel, Deliveroo and Womble Bond Dickinson.
Planning for the Unplannable
This year has brought into focus the need to be prepared for the unexpected—we have been forced to adapt time and time again. Running a business today means balancing difficult decisions and priorities including business performance, employee well-being, and your own personal circumstances.
During this event, our guest speakers will share their own unique experiences of the pandemic as we explore how businesses are evolving in a world where social distancing is the norm and where conventional business practices are not. Joined by:
- Karis McLarty, Chief Compliance & Data Privacy Officer at Clear Channel International
- Katherine Crowley, Practice Development Manager, Womble Bond Dickinson
- Mark Graham, Global Product Director, Deliveroo
We will discuss what organisations can do to balance the need to stay safe with the need to keep teams motivated and service customers.
Our customer speakers, together with Major Tim Peake CMG will share their own experiences in an effort to inspire, share ideas and celebrate what the human spirit is capable of in the most extreme circumstances.
To infinity and beyond with Major Tim Peake CMG
At Defining the Future of Work, we’ll hear from astronaut Major Tim Peake CMG, who has worked in arguably the most remote location in the galaxy, planning for every possible eventuality and where communication is vital.
Tim Peake fun facts:
- Became the first official British astronaut to walk in space in 2016
- Didn’t dream of being an astronaut as a child but by the time he was 16, he had decided to become an army pilot
- Bestselling author of Hello, is this Planet Earth? and Ask an Astronaut and Limitless: The Autobiography
Get ready for liftoff
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from these incredible speakers, witness the power of human resilience and explore how technology can help you reimagine old practices, support communication and enhance collaboration.
Secure your place and register now for Defining the Future of Work: Planning for the Unplannable at 10.30am GMT, 24th November.