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thefuturestory ‘100-Year career’ event will dive into latest inter-generational concepts and how to achieve a different type of work-life balance. The event will include inspirational and motivational speakers with a practical break-out session to apply their thinking to your professional and personal lives.
Key Topics Covered
- Does a work-life balance equal an engaged employee?
- How best to communicate across a multi-generational workforce
- Fulfilling your bucket list one step at a time
- “The extra 10” concept to help you plan for the future personally and professionally
So far we have the following speakers confirmed with more to come soon.
Jonathan Collie, Founder of ‘The Age of No Retirement’
Jonathan is a passionate social entrepreneur, committed to improving the way society recognises, values and harnesses the collective capabilities of people transitioning out of full-time careers.
He is founder of 'The Age of No Retirement' a movement for social change towards the creation of a society where every citizen has the skills, support and opportunities necessary to live a full, productive and fulfilling life. Jonathan is working on a concept that will encourage people to plan for their longer active lives and for employers to think about the mature generation as a valuable resource. He also runs Trading Times, a web service that enables plus-50s, family carers and single parents to find part-time work opportunities that can be delivered on a time- and location-flexible basis.
Paula Reid, Adventurer and Founder of ‘Velocity Made Good’
Paula has achieved more than 110 challenges on her 'Things to do Before I die’ list including sailing around the world, walking on hot coals, paddling down the Mekong, walking across the country, kayaking the length of the Thames and, most recently, skiing to the South Pole. The South Pole challenge involved skiing the full distance from the Coast of Antarctica to the South Pole. “I am very proud of this achievement which took 46 days to complete. I am the 3rd British and 14th International woman to have skied the Messner route from 82 degrees to 90 degrees South” she says.
Her books ‘Boat to Boardroom’ and ‘The 7 Racing Rules: How to win in business’ use the Global Challenge as an extreme case study, and her company ‘Velocity Made Good’ works with teams and leaders delivering conferences, workshops, performance programmes and inspirational speeches.
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