It is time to envision how we will come out of this Covid crisis (the so-called transition/compensation period) and the world after the pandemic. What do the roaring twenties have in store for us and how to practically think about that post-Covid world?
What can leaders do to increase trust - in their organisations and in themselves? How will high-trust partnerships be build in the 2020’s? What are the implications on decision making of a low-trust / post-truth society?
Welcome Gen Z! And yes, they are different. These modest entrepreneurial youngsters are wise beyond their years and approach the world with an activist, diverse & fresh perspective.
The 2010's were all about raising awareness about the climate crisis. The 2020's are about Action - with a capital A! So what can organisations do without being canceled for greenwashing? How should leaders approach this topic? And: how to handle your people's or your own climate anxiety?
How to strike the perfect ‘digital balance': combining the best of the virtual ánd the physical. And how will people step aboard the next generation of new technology? How to overcome ‘algorithm aversion’ - from a consumer and leadership perspective?
What kind of leadership coming out of the Covid-19 Pandemic? Based on the needs and fears of people around the globe, a leadership style needs to be adopted that is about caring for employees, customers, stakeholders and oneself.
Talking about mental health & resilience are part of the 'new normal.' What are the future expectations for the 2020's? And most importantly: how can mental health be improved, both internally (employees) and externally (customers)?
What is the future of work? How much WFH / remote work /hybrid work are we going to do? And how to attract the next generation of workers: what does the talent of the future want? How to attract and keep them?
"Understanding human behaviour & societal change is the foundation of leadership and business strategy."‐Whetston