Tech Futures Lab presents: Human Potential for the Digital Economy

As technology changes the nature of work, how must humans adapt to thrive?

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Join education futurists Frances Valintine and Rich Rowley to discuss how personal and professional development must evolve to ensure we reap the benefits (and avoid the pitfalls) of technology-driven change. 

As lifespans lengthen, we are increasingly running career ‘ultramarathons’, where well-being, purpose and sustainability must take centre stage. As individuals, leaders and organisations we need to shift from fostering practical skills to metacognitive ones - thinking, feeling, dreaming, creating - to be fit for the future of work. What does this mean in practice and how do we make it happen?

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Tech Futures Lab, 22 McColl St, Newmarket, Auckland

Wednesday 22 May
5:30pm - 7:00pm

Free event
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Frances Valintine

Founder, Tech Futures Lab

Frances Valintine (CNZM) is a thought-leader in emerging and disruptive technologies and has 20 years’ experience across business, technology and education. In 2016, she launched Tech Futures Lab to navigate the new world of business, as exponential technologies impact every role and every sector.

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