Graeme will be involved with the following public events in August. Click through the links for more information or to book your tickets…
1 August, Joburg: More Human than ever before in the 4th Industrial Revolution
Understand what the 4th Industrial Revolution is, and what it means for you and your organisation.
There are certain skills that are going to be critical for individual and business success in the future, very human skills that we may not have paid as much attention to in the past as we will need to moving forward.
We’ll engage with the new set of skills individuals need and then move to our organisations, looking at how they will need to be and need to show up in terms of these critical human skills.
Join the TomorrowToday Global and Still Human teams as we consider how we will construct these organisations, lead them, and ensure that they retain the humanness that will be required to thrive in a world gone digital crazy?
Date: 1st August
Time: 08h30 – 12h00
Venue: The Venue, Melrose Arch, Johannesburg
6 – 8 August, London, YMCA 175th anniversary conference
YMCA175 will host more than 3,000 young people aged 16-35 from around the globe at ExCeL London on 4-8 August.
Celebrating its 175th anniversary, YMCA aims to connect its global community to build relationships, create solutions to address social challenges, and explore ways to shape a positive and sustainable future for the world.
13 August, Joburg – Future Proof Your Child for the 2020s
Book launch and presentation with Nikki Bush and Graeme Codrington
Time: 6 – 7:30pm at GIBS
Date: 13th August
Venue: GIBS, Johannesburg
14 August, Joburg, Institute of Risk Management Post Election Workshop
South Africa Voted… NOW WHAT? What does this mean for decision-makers and risk professionals as the political landscape evolves? Join us on 14 August for this event!
Venue: Wanderers Club, Joburg
Date: 14 August
17 August Public debate between Graeme Codrington and James White.
“Does the Bible restrict marriage to a man and woman?”
Venue: Fontainbleau Community Church, Randburg, Johannesburg, South Africa. The event will also be live-streamed via Graeme’s Facebook page (http://facebook.com/graeme.codrington)
No bookings required. First come, first served. No cost.