As new and disruptive technologies continue to transform the workplace, both employers and employees struggle to keep pace.
The business practices of even five years ago are being revamped by new technologies, new applications, new devices, and new modes of connectivity and analytics, leaving many corporations out of touch, out of date and in some cases, out of business. As corporations scramble to keep pace, by way of downsizings, mergers, acquisitions, outsourcing, re-organizations and re-structuring, employees have been left to their own devices to find their niche in a new, increasingly competitive, digitized workplace.
Ross will help you come to terms with these questions:
How much of your conversations with friends, colleagues and bosses involve talk of mergers, acquisitions, downsizings, re-organizations, outsourcing, or other types of corporate re-structuring?
How much of your thought process is consumed by the possibilities that, despite your performance, your job could go away?
Do I have the skills to compete in an economy and work environment that is in a state of constant change?
Would I be competitive in the open job market? I was clearly marketable three years ago; but what about today?
Do I have the connections to help me make a change if that were necessary? What would happen if I lost my job tomorrow? “
Ross will outline a set of practices and values, described as the ‘“Me Enterprise Blueprint,’”, which serves as a recipe for surviving and thriving in this ‘“you are on your own’” environment. Don’t miss this presentation
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