Preparing for the Future of Work: A USCIB Foundation Dialogue
The future of work is already here. As policy makers continue their efforts to define the future of work and its impacts, business leaders are rolling up their sleeves to prepare their organizations for a future that is increasingly hard to predict. What is clear is that as the key player for creating jobs and skills, employers are putting in place policies to encourage retraining and life-long learning to respond to technological advances, demographic shifts and globalization.
Join us for an important conversation with your peers on initiatives underway, what works and what doesn’t and come away with clear and practical steps your company could be taking to address the challenges facing you today – and to prepare for the future.
Key topics include:
- Defining the Future of Work and implications for business
- Case Studies: What are companies doing right now?
- Measuring progress: What do stakeholders expect, what does business need, and what does “good” look like?
- How to effectively communicate about your efforts on the Future of Work
Participants will gain practical insights and resources for companies to bring back to their own organizations, supplemented by a report of the workshop and detailed case studies.
The 1-day dialogue is hosted and facilitated by the Wilton Park USA Foundation at the beautiful Evermay Estate in Georgetown. There is no charge to attend but space is limited. For more information or to register, please contact Kendall Thibeadeau.