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WEBINAR: What's next for work 2024

Work continues its evolution. A complete redefinition in some places. With terms like belonging and purpose, our work and how we work has been redefined for so many.

As we look into 2024, we can see the patterns emerging. In 2024, work will be a more human-centered space. Leadership will look and feel different, and wellness continues to be a thread that runs through every aspect of the employee experience. Artificial intelligence and work architectures will take their place, as organizations optimize technology that builds capacity. Training and development feel different, because it will be different and recognition will be personal again.

During the webinar, we talk about key trends that are emerging and the strategies to address them, including: 

• An environmental scan of the current situation and state of work

• The new emerging currencies of work for 2024

• What to do about Artificial Intelligence and how you can build organizational confidence

• Creating a new wave of training and development and leveraging recognition to drive KPIs

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Dr. Brad Shuck

Dr. Brad Shuck

Associate Professor and Program Director of the Human Resource and Organizational Development program
University of Louisville

Dr. Brad Shuck is an internationally recognized thought-leader in the areas of employee engagement, leadership, and employee health and wellbeing. His work has been positioned as industry leading and at the bleeding edge of research driven evidence-based practice. Shuck is routinely featured in US-based international media outlets including Forbes, The Washington Post, and TIME, as well as international outlets such as Business World Online, India’s Economic Times, and the Hindu Times. Shuck has worked with leaders in virtually every industry throughout the public and private sectors across four continents. His insights are widely applied in both the world’s largest Fortune 500 and Fortune 50 companies, as well as small and medium-sized organizations seeking to grow and empower employees.