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Out of the Comfort Zone

Out of the Comfort Zone

Friday at 11 AM Pacific

April 07th 2017:Future of Work

The way we work is changing. What we expect of our employer is changing. “Hot-desking”, where you no longer have a permanently assigned desk at work, is becoming more and more common. Millennials are increasingly satisfied with freelance, temporary employment because it gives them greater control of their time. Robots are being considered for far more jobs that you would expect. How realistic are these trends? What other trends will change the way we work? More importantly, what are their implications for how we lead teams? Tune in to find out.

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