“Brilliant, timely, original, well written and utterly terrifying.” Niall Ferguson
Those were the words we were drawn to on the front cover of Gratton and Scott’s latest book “The 100 Year Life”.
If you haven’t read it, grab a copy. It provides an engaging and thought-provoking analysis of how our working lives are changing, not 10 years ahead, now, in 2017. Many of us have been brought up understanding the traditional three-stage approach of education, work, retire. But as the authors brilliantly highlight, this well-established model is being shattered. Life expectancy is rising, final-salary pensions are vanishing, and the jobs my children are likely to end up doing probably don’t yet exist.
If we are to embrace and thrive in the rapidly evolving landscape of work, we need to be re-thinking how we approach careers in organisations – not just in terms of career models, and continuous learning – but how we have career conversations.
Career conversations can often be complex and messy. The rational desire for structure and certainty often becomes intertwined with dialogue around passion, fulfilment, meaning, and purpose. The skill to navigate this complexity is becoming ever more important with the impact of longevity on our sense of self.
Join us in this 30 minute webinar where you will:
- be introduced to The Conversation Space philosophy and framework, Conversational Wisdom®
- hear a case study illustrating how King used it as a framework to underpin their Career Conversations
- discover 3 top tips for engaging Career Conversations
Date: Wednesday 15 May 2019
Book your COMPLIMENTARY place here.