One of the most important skills to develop in order to respond to disruption, to respond to deep structural change is adaptability – the ability to be responsive when our environment changes.
Many people of been struggling with this, and Covid has shone a massive spotlight on many organizations that have been incapable of responding quickly enough to the changing world around them.
TomorrowToday’s new presentation and workshop is titled ReImagine and is designed to help you and your team upgrade your thinking to improve the way that you see the world around you, to improve the way that you think about your strategies, your plans, your targets, your goals, your projects and all the things that you need to do to be more responsive to change
This has got nothing to do with intelligence. The problem is that actually the more intelligent you are and the more experience that you have in a particular environment, the more difficult it is for you to think again, to think differently, or as we refer to it – to ReImagine.
Our team has put this program together to help people, whether they are senior leaders with the responsibility for strategy or anyone throughout an organization who just needs to be able to see what’s going on around them, to respond effectively to change.
We want to help you and your team to be able to reimagine, to understand how cognitive bias works and overcome it, to be able to see change happening and be excited and respond to it in ways that are valuable and add value to the business.
Most importantly, as we look ahead to what the world will be like as we come out of the Covid disruption and probably head into a digital transformation, other disruptions and climate change disruptions, we want you to see what it looks like to not just rebuild what’s been bruised and battered by change but to actually be able to reimagine what a new, exciting, different future might be.
If all of that sounds interesting, make sure you contact our team at TomorrowToday Global, to learn how we can help you to reimagine and see what you haven’t been seeing before.