Leading Difference Differently – Podcast
Audio recording of our Leading Difference Differently webinar, hosted by Keith Coats NB: Audio quality is quite poor!
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TomorrowTrends Podcast: Episode 13
Lose your job in the future if you don’t do these three things now
This episode of the TomorrowTrends Podcast is from a recording of a webinar Graeme Codrington presented last month, looking at the three habits that have helped him to develop the skills required to be successful in a fast-changing world of work.
To get the most out of this episode you should download the slides that went along with the original webinar. These are available as a PDF here, or on Slideshare here: https://www.slideshare.net/graemecodrington/fowa-webinar-do-these-three-things
Here’s the link we mention in the podcast to the Future of Work Academy: http://bit.ly/getfowa
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TomorrowTrends Podcast: Episode 12 – In conversation with Keith and Graeme
In this Podcast Keith and Graeme discuss:
* Beyond disruptive trends - joining the dots to new business models
* Disrupting leadership development
* Virtual reality starts to get real
* Book review: The 100 year life by Andrew Scott and Lynda Gratton
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TomorrowTrends Podcast: Episode 11 – The Future of Work Academy Launch Edition
In this month's podcast:
* Keith Coats outlines six things that future-fit leaders need to know
* We recommend two amazing books that every leader should read: Uncommon sense, common Nonsense; and Humble Inquiry.
* Introducing The Future of Work Academy — our loyal podcast listeners can click here for a special $1 sign up deal
* Dean van Leeuwen asks what the most important asset in your business is (spoiler alert: it’s not money, and it isn’t your people)
* We introduce a new segment on “careers of the future”. We look at the medical profession and ask what it will look like in the future.
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TomorrowTrends Podcast: Episode 10 – What’s up with 2017
In this months podcast:
* Graeme Codrington is interviewed on Jozi Live about 2017 and the trends shaping our world right now
* Raymond de Villiers talks about the Future of Money, and TomorrowToday’s latest presentation and workshop
* How to get your team reading, learning and developing better - a Top Tip from TomorrowToday’s team
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TomorrowTrends Podcast : Episode 9 The 2016 Year in Review Special Edition
In this month's podcast, hosted by Graeme Codrington,
* we take a look back at some of the most significant events of 2016
* we then hear from the TomorrowToday team as to what they expects for 2017
* we provide some personal reflections on living in a filter bubble and how we must change our thinking
* there's a book review: Daniel Kahneman’s Thinking, Fast and Slow
* and finally we look to 2017 in FinTech and offer some key trends to watch
Duration: 54 minutes
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Hi there- love the concept of this podcast, particularly as South Africans.
Can I just make a few suggestions - take it or leave it.
- I am a 31 year old entrepreneur running a business in a very very new space, and I employ a number of young and dynamic people. It would be great for me to hear the experiences from other young leaders outside of corporate sector and baby boomer commentators on how the young think.
The other would be to focus on South African examples on trends and findings- we have a unique situation in SA.
Thanks again- respect for starting this up!