Be prepared to lose your job in the future, if you don’t do these three things this year

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As we start a new year, we know for sure that 2018 is going to be a rollercoaster year. You don’t need any special futurist skills to work that one out. The world is moving faster than ever before, changing more dramatically now than ever, and it’s not getting easier either. If we’re going to be successful in 2018, and in the years to come, there are at least three key skills we need to learn as quickly as possible.

Join Graeme Codrington, futurist, author and speaker on the future of work, for a one-hour webinar to stay ahead of change in 2018.

What you’ll learn:

The three skills Graeme will focus your attention on are:

1. Understanding what’s changing – and what’s not
Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett and Elon Musk all ask themselves this one question regularly: “What’s going to change in the next 10 years?”  But more importantly, they also ask: “what’s NOT going to change?” Knowing how – and why – the world around us is changing is vital to our success. Graeme will share key insights from the team of futurists he works with, explaining how they keep ahead of trends and showing you how you can do this too.

2. Focus on developing skills for the future of work – not the past
Are you sure you know which skills will be in demand in 2020 and 2025, and do you know how to develop these skills for yourself? If robots and algorithms are going to replace many of the jobs that people do today, how can you ensure you’re not one of casualties in the future of work?

3. Create daily habits that set you apart
Graeme will share some really practical ideas of how to restructure your working day and week in 2018, so that you future-proof yourself. We’re not talking new year resolutions, but rather suggesting a number of small practical changes that anyone can make throughout the year. Small changes that add up to big results ensuring you really get the most out of 2018 and beyond.

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