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WEBINAR: What's next for work

Dr. Brad Shuck of the University of Louisville shares the latest research on how work and workplaces are changing, and what leaders can do to create a better and more productive culture in their organization.

Work has changed. How we do work. How work feels. Our expectations about work. And what work means. All of it has changed. Forever. 

And we are not going back. From new models, new challenges and new opportunities, the future of work is having its moment. And now is the time for leaders to get strategic about writing the next chapter.  

Employees in every sector of the economy are asking, “Is my work worth the cost, is this a place I could build a career, and do I belong here?” The answers to these questions are the new currencies of work.    

Trends in the data will continue to shift but patterns are emerging. The future of work is here, and it is not going anywhere. It’s time to lead now.  

Watch this Video on Demand to hear Dr. Shuck share his research on the future of work. 

Learn about four key trends that are emerging and strategies to address them, including: 

  1. Environmental scan of the current situation
  2. The new currencies of work
  3. The intersection of the employee experience and well-being
  4. Forecast for the future of work in 2023

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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.