Keynote Topic:

The Future of Work



The Problem:


By 2025, 75% of the global workforce will be Millennials and Generation Z. As next-generation employees and technology usher in a new age of work, the ways of working and leading in the past become liabilities.


The Solution

Leaders should point their people to a better future. But identifying “better” is difficult, especially in today’s fast-evolving marketplace. Every industry and organization has shared assumptions that fuel the prevailing model of how things have always been done. Now more than ever, the prevailing model causes leaders to get complacent, industries to get stuck, and companies to go under. Leaders must find new innovative ways to lead in order to guard against disruption and thrive in the 21st-century workplace.

For organizations and leaders to succeed in the new world of work, a new approach to work and leadership is needed. An approach of listening, inclusion, agility, and coaching that can turn blind spots into opportunities.

Ryan shares how to unbound yourself from the assumptions and prevailing models that are likely holding your organization back. This program covers the emerging trends that are impacting the future of work and how leaders and organizations can adjust to capitalize on the trends.

Attendees Gain

  • Insights into trends shaping the future of work and why today is different than any other time in history
  • Perspectives of how employee behaviors and expectations are evolving
  • Strategies for leaders to remain relevant and increase influence in tomorrow’s workplace
  • Techniques for challenging prevailing models that limit success
  • Frameworks for understanding and positioning for what’s next in the new world of work
  • Best-in-class examples of organizations adapting to future workplace trends
  • Confidence to work, lead, and compete in the future

This program is available as a customized keynote presentation, a half-day workshop, or a full-day workshop.

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~Juanita M. Basini, Chief Human Resource Officer at Kids II.