TomorrowToday Breakfast presentation – 6 May 2010, JHB


You are invited to an informal business breakfast on the 6th May, in Woodmead Johannesburg. Join the TomorrowToday team as they share their latest research, which uncovers the 5 key drivers of disruptive change found in almost every industry today. Organisations and Leaders who understand the implications of each of these trends, will gain significant competitive advantage as they anticipate the changes and thrive in an ever changing world.

PRESENTATION LINE UP

Keith Coats -a futurist and recognised expert on leadership development. Strategic Leadership is a critical component for any successful business. In order to lead effectively, we need to rethink leadership and strategy at every level. To do this Keith asks the question: What is leadership in this new world of work and how do you learn it? Keith has formally taught, written and consulted on the topic in settings such as the USA, China, Japan, Sweden, Vietnam, UK, Thailand, Russia, Brazil and Africa, He will offer some recent thoughts and insights on this vital question gleaning from his vast international experience.

Barrie Bramley has a passion for understanding and developing talent, while also leading our team as the social software activist, assisting organisations to understand and work with this phenomenon. Barrie will share his latest insights on the remarkable new world of social media and communications technologies, as well as institutional changes in the world of work ‘ how the ‘rules of the game’ are changing.

Dr Graeme Codrington, now based in London, England, will be joining the breakfast session live and in person. Graeme’s international work, based in the financial and cultural heart of Europe and travelling to 15 countries every year, gives him a valuable perspective on the new world of work. Graeme has a passion for understanding how the changing world impacts on people and how they live, work, relate, interact and thrive. Graeme will talk about demographics, the environment, business sustainability and shifts in social values.

Collin Smith is an associate of TomorrowToday South Africa, with expertise in BEE, business development and generational interactions. His current key focus is ‘Generation Y’, the new generation of young people currently entering the world of work.

TomorrowTraining – Being experts in societal change, generational clashes, people adaptability and communication. TomorrowTraining can offer you and your colleagues a wealth of information, skills transformation and applications tailor-made to suit your line of work in the context of the new world of work. Essentially we can provide your workforce with skills that will enable them to do things differently in order to increase productivity. TomorrowTraining will give a brief overview of their course portfolio, and be available to interact with you at the breakfast.

Date: Thursday 6th May 2010
Time: 08H00 for 08H30 – 11H00
Venue: Pembi Woodmead Conference Centre
Building 21C, The Woodlands, Western Service Road, Woodmead, Sandton
Cost: R550 per person

To secure your place at this exclusive event:
Send your RSVP to Vicky , Jude or Laura by 30th April 2010
Deposit your R550 into the bank account listed below: using your company/name as reference

TomorrowToday.biz
Standard Bank Edenvale
Branch Code ( 01-63-42-00) Current account 220 105 065


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4 Responses to “TomorrowToday Breakfast presentation – 6 May 2010, JHB”

  1. Graeme Codrington April 23, 2010 at 12:29 pm #

    BTW – you will be able to rate this set of talks at SpeakerRate: http://speakerrate.com/talks/3121-the-tides-of-change-five-disruptive-forces-shaping-the-new-world-of-work

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