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.
● Struggling with chronic stress at work? Discover how small changes can lead to BIG results in managing stress in this week’s insights shared by Tamryn Batcheller-Adams, psychologist, and consultant at TomorrowToday Global. Read her full article here and uncover 5 tips for Managing Chronic Stress at Work.
● For our Johannesburg community, there are still spaces available for the TEDxUJ event next Wednesday, 11 Oct, 4-6 pm. It’s a live and in-person event only, (videos will be made available later on the TED website). You can attend for free, but you must register.
The overall theme is Re-Engineering Humanity and Graeme will be speaking on “I am a futurist. You should be one too.”
● Got a Minute to listen to Keith and Graeme discuss the business implications of ChatGPT? ChatGPT has given us a vision of what AI is going to be, as well as some of the limitations of this technology, but it’s certainly not the final evolution of AI technology. It’s really just the beginning. Watch their short video here.
Consider this an invitation for businesses and industries to raise their strategic imagination and push the boundaries of how they prepare for the future.
● We are back! Season 4 of ThrowForward Thursday is here, and it’s going to be brilliant. Graeme is going to focus on providing videos that you can use in your “Five Minutes from the Future” meetings, with discussion guides being made available to help you and your team apply the ideas to your businesses. Watch the introduction video here.
● You must get younger employees involved in managing and building company culture long before you think they’re ready to lead parts of your business. It’s a generalisation, but it’s generally true: Millennials are going to be way better at building teams that work than Boomers or Gen Xers ever have been. Read the full article by Harvard Business Review.
You’re welcome to contact us for more information on how we can help your team face the future with confidence.