Navigating What’s Next: Insights for the Future of Work and Leadership
Saturday, March 4 | 1:30 PM – 3:15 PM
Houston Ballroom, Level 2
As we enter a new era of work, leaders are making big bets on what’s next for their industry and profession, the future of work, and the world at large. Navigating this defining moment while preparing to capture the opportunity will require a bold vision and the courage to change.
Future of work author and keynote speaker Seth Mattison will help you and your leaders answer some of today’s most pressing questions. What does talent need today? What type of leadership will be required? How will we nurture great teams? What employment experiences will matter most? Where will tomorrow’s external disruptors emerge? Armed with actionable insights and practical tools, participants will be primed to lead their teams and organizations and intentionally shape the future.
Seth is an internationally recognized thought leader, advisor, and top- rated keynote speaker on talent management, change and innovation, digital transformation, leadership, and the future of work.
His research, case studies, and thought leadership focus on inspiring audiences while sharing actionable strategies to drive meaningful outcomes for individuals and their organizations. He also coaches high- performing leaders with practical, life-tested ideas, concepts, and frameworks to elevate their impact and create lasting legacies.
Over the past decade, Seth has shared his insights with thousands of business leaders around the globe for many of the world’s most recognizable brands including Mastercard, Johnson and Johnson, IBM, The Dallas Cowboys, AT&T, PepsiCo, GE Energy, E&Y, Caterpillar, and The Walt Disney Company, to name a few.
In addition to speaking, Seth is the founder and CEO of FutureSight Labs, an org design and transformation firm that supports many of the world’s most inspiring leaders by helping prepare themselves and their organizations for the future of work through research, training, advising, coaching, digital tools, and thought leadership.
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