The world of work is changing. A new wave of disruption is impacting traditional jobs, industries and business models. Australians are increasingly being employed in non-traditional industries, working flexible hours and utilising technology to change the way they work.
Expectations of leaders are changing with an ever-increasing imperative to innovate and build dynamic workplace cultures.
Prepare yourself for change and discover practical, applicable strategies to identify and embrace exciting opportunities at the third annual Future of Work: People, Place, Technology.
WEDNESDAY 20TH AND THURSDAY 21ST APRIL 2016
DEAKIN EDGE, FEDERATION SQUARE, MELBOURNE
The Future of Work: People, Place, Technology is the premier Australian forum for sharing ideas, inspiration and information about the future of work.
Bringing together world-class thinkers, practitioners and influencers, the two-day program is an exciting combination of keynote lectures, panel discussions, workshops and networking opportunities exploring innovation, adaptation and the opportunities of the 21st century, designed to provide tools and ideas for you to increase productivity, embrace opportunity and prepare your workplace for rapid changes.
The conference is essential for anyone who wants to find out what’s now, what’s next, what’s new and what we haven’t even thought of yet!
Be challenged, inspired, connected and surprised at Future of Work:People, Place, Technology 2016
WHAT TO EXPECT
ENVISIONING 20 April, 2016
Day 1 of the conference will focus on envisioning the future of work. How do we understand the implications of the rapidly changing world of work? and how do you identify exciting opportunities?
ENACTING 21 April, 2016
Day 2 will enable you to act on your ideas with practical, applicable, individual strategies for embracing the opportunities of the future of work.
Watch the video below for highlights from 2015 and find out more about what happened here.
EMERGING LEADERS GRANTS
To support a strong research program at Future of Work: People, Place, Technology 2016, the Centre for Workplace Leadership will award up to three Emerging Leaders Grants to early career academics.
Successful applicants will each be awarded an opportunity to present at the conference, and in preparation, undertake a professional development workshop to sharpen their presentation skills.
Early bird tickets are on sale until December 31st 2015, unless sold out prior.
Early bird tickets grant access to both days of the conference, networking events and interactive experiences at $500 off the full-price. All tickets include GST and booking fees.
EARLY BIRD TICKETS: $990
FULL-PRICE TWO DAY TICKETS: $1490
Interested in partnering with us or sponsoring the Future of Work conference? Contact Cora Clough, Industry Engagement Manager at the Centre for Workplace Leadership.