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Halifax Chapter


05-09-2017 11-44-28-2AM

December 6, 2017
9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Brightwood Golf and Country Club
227 School Street
Dartmouth, NS


A fmi*igf Halifax Chapter Professional Learning Session...



Stephen _HarringtonStephen Harrington

National Lead for Talent Strategy consulting, Deloitte

The Future of Work discourse is currently dominated by automation disruption predictions. While interesting, these predictions leave us wanting more - what does the Future of Work really mean? How do I understand the fundamentals? How can I prepare myself, my business, my family for the future?

It's time to make a complex topic accessible - awareness is the first step to action.

Over the next decade, the future of work will be shaped by a completely new force:  the "Intelligence Revolution".  It will be driven not by incremental automation in manufacturing processes but by exponential change based on machine learning, virtually free data storage and communication, and ever-increasing computational power that rivals some human capabilities. These developments will change what a job means, affecting the work we do and how we do it.  We are in need of a national dialogue including business executives, government leaders, and workers themselves regarding the capabilities we need for the future, and how we can start to prepare now, to put Canada on the path to success.

9:00 am Registration
9:30 am - 1:00 pm
COST $100
(includes turkey dinner)

Stephen Harrington

National Lead for Talent Strategy consulting, Deloitte

Stephen Harrington is our National Lead for Talent Strategy consulting, and author of our recent point of view on the future of work, The Intelligence Revolution. With over 17 years' experience in Consulting, Stephen leads transformations in talent strategy that enable our client's people to feel personal impact and drive business results. He has been writing and speaking about the future of work and the workplace since 2011.

Space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment at www.fmi-igf.ca. Deadline for registration is Wednesday, November 29, 2017.

Questions?, contact at (902) 897-8920.

Looking forward to seeing you on the the
December 6th!

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