Block your calendar for one or both 60 min sessions (on ZOOM)
This open session allows you to explore a new paradigm of culture, learning and leadership that’s emerging all around the world - from start-ups and social enterprises to corporations and learning institutions. It responds to new technological possibilities, arising challenges in society and economy and also to a wider cultural evolution across all generation with a new outlook on life seeking to create a positive impact on people and planet.
All over the globe teams, organisations, communities and ecosystems are experimenting with new ways of working that engage and inspire people so they collaborate and innovate to make their shared purpose become a reality.
Part of a series of sessions to future-proof careers and workplaces, we will address your questions through a meeting method called Lean Cafe for you to
- connect other people with shared interests
- be inspired by what’s possible in your future workplace
- learn yet another Future of Work practice
Your questions will be addressed by diverse NZ-based yet globally connected workplace
innovators: Sandra Otto, Sandra Chemin, Stella Green, Mara Tolja, Chris Gagne and Lani Dodds - many of them part of Enspiral where techies and
change-makers dream, work and learn together in very new ways right here in NZ.
Check out our other Future of Work (FoW) Labs and Q&A sessions during Techweek:
o Fun Lab
- are free or offer sponsored pricing. We thank those who sponsor others currently on a low income!
- include free access to an online Future of Work playbook
- offer 15% discount vouchers to Enspiral’s book “Better Work Together”
You can drop into this event at any time.
Sandra draws on 25 years of international experience in high tech innovation
and transformation from startups to corporations.
She lives on Waiheke and co-founded the Future of Work Collective, specialised in Design, Consulting, Facilitation, Training and Talks related to the Future of Work.
Lani's specialties are using human-centred design and systems thinking practices to take people on a journey to reimagine business with people at the centre. She helps embrace a cultural shift and live an authentic brand identity that cultivates stronger connections.
Stella Green is a strategic change manager with huge energy, style and strategic clarity. She is a senior post-graduate qualified, property-focused change management professional with 25 years of experience as a Human Resource Manager and Marketer. She is also a Board member for the FMANZ.