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We’re all going to be working ‘till we’re 75, but not in an office. 9-5 isn’t a thing and no-one picks up their landline phone any more. The working world is changing, fast. And the people best equipped to deal with those changes? The millennials that we’re all so busy writing off as ‘lazy and apathetic.’

We’re all going to be working ‘till we’re 75, but not in an office. 9-5 isn’t a thing and no-one picks up their landline phone any more. The working world is changing, fast. And the people best equipped to deal with those changes? The millennials that we’re all so busy writing off as ‘lazy and apathetic.’

By 2020, the fast pace of change in the workplace will mean flexibility, empathy and digital savvy will be far more important than many hard skills. And no-one possesses these skills more than this generation of slashies, Instagram entrepeneurs and agile workers.

From the pension crisis to the cost of living in London, the way we work will have to change, which means millennials have a unique opportunity to change how we do business for good – and they’re certainly embracing it. The only question is, will everyone else come along for the ride?
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Speakers

Nikki Austen Brand and Innovation Consultant The Future Laboratory
Paul Davies Consumer Marketing Director Microsoft
Rebecca Holman Editor, The Debrief Bauer Media
Matt Rennie Managing Director The Box Plus Network
Charlie Hedges DJ Kiss FM

Event Details

Event Type Seminar

Related Topic Area  Business 

Similar Interests  Leadership 

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