This week’s combination of resources and articles offers insights and practical resources to help you equip yourself with the skill required in these disruptive times, as well as for the Future of Work.


● Gaining insight into how our brains work is key to understanding and dealing with cognitive bias. Read more in our latest insights shared by Graeme Codrington, to upgrade your knowledge and tackle cognitive bias head-on.⁠

● Watch how Graeme uses the content in his own Futures Club as a valuable resource for gathering insights and information on future trends and forces when preparing for keynote presentations he does for clients around the world. Watch here…

You can sign up for Graeme’s Future’s Club here.

● Video Content: 4 Things You Need to Survive Deep Disruptive ChangeSign up here to access all 4 videos right now, for FREE so that you can face the next disruptions with confidence.

Visualizing the BRICS Expansion in 4 Charts – BRICS, a bloc of developing countries formed in 2010, is set to welcome six new members at the beginning of 2024. You can read more here.

● A recent poll of more than 150 U.S. CEOs reveals a startling reason why many companies are enforcing a return to the office. The study indicates that many organisations are struggling to foster strong communication, collaboration, and team bonding in these environments.

As a result, some companies are pivoting back to traditional in-person work models to address these issues and enhance overall workforce engagement. However, is this retreat to familiar territory the best course of action? Read the full article here.


If that last point struck a chord, then don’t forget that our team’s Future of Work specialist, Buhle Dlamini, is currently in South Africa and brings great insights and value to organisations addressing the issues that so many leaders are facing when it comes to workforce engagement.

You’re welcome to contact us for more information on how we can help your team face the future with confidence.

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