What the next few weeks, months and years will look like

“We’re not where we want to be, and not where we’re going to be…. but we sure are a long way from where we were.” – Martin Luther King, Jnr

The spread – and containment – of the coronavirus is following a very predictable pattern that epidemiologists have been warning is about for some time. That means that we have a glimpse into the near future, as each country finds its place on this progression.

 The TomorrowToday team has been following these trends since the outbreak in early 2020, and can assist organisations to plot what will happen as their country enters lockdown and what the next few weeks and months will look like after that.

 This session ends by looking at scenarios for the “new normal” that will emerge after we’ve dealt with Covid-19, arguing strongly that no country or organisation will go “back to normal”. This is an era shifting event, and we will show you some of what will change forever in the next 12 to 18 months, while also giving a short-term view of the next 12 to 18 weeks.

Key Take-outs

Ensure you understand the pattern of the Covid-19 virus

Know what lockdown looks down, and how different countries have handled it

Understand what the "end" of lockdown will look like - it's a longer process than you think

Discover our team's scenarios for the world in 2020-2022

take home value

A dose of reality for your team - maybe not the "good news" that you'd hope to hear, but the right news that you need to hear

Prepare for the next few weeks, months and years

Set up the right conversations about the near future

Inspire and motivate your team to see the world through the eyes of opportunity, and give them a boost at the same time

“Hope is that thing inside us that insists, despite all evidence to the contrary, that something better awaits us if we have the courage to reach for it, and to work for it, and to fight for it.”

Barack Obama

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