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The future of work can be daunting, even for the most optimistic and resourceful among us. As we search for ways to maintain relevance for our businesses, our teams, and careers in a rapidly changing society, the idea of being “future-proof” at work may be the most coveted superpower.
Attending the Thinkers 50 awards in London on November 18 (called the “Oscars of Management Thinking” by Financial Times), brought me one step closer to cracking the code on becoming future-proof, and I want to share what I learned.
Founded by Stuart Crainer and Des Dearlove in 2001, Thinkers 50 is a day-long conference followed by an evening awards gala announcing the top 50 business thinkers in the world and recipients of several specialized awards.
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