Leading in an AI future led workplace

Fri 20th Mar 2020 - 12:00pm

Chancery Lane

Markets are changing at a mind-blowing speed. New technologies, more demanding customers, new business models and disruptors are challenging organisations and their leaders to rethink, refocus and reinvent.

AI and Robots are changing the future workplace and the leadership profile required.

“Robots will take most jobs” Bill Gates has warned it is inevitable that smart machines, powered by artificial intelligence, will replace most human work.

“Work won’t be the central, almost religious activity it is today. That’s an inevitability” he said,

“Then you’ll have all sorts of philosophical questions about purpose.”
Bill Gates 2018

Since the Industrial Revolution, major technology-driven shifts have involved significant social and political disruption. The ongoing rapid pace of workplace change will continue to cause the reassessment of the nature of work in a climate of productivity stagnation and decoupling between growth and real wages.

Digitisation, automation and new business models are opening up greater possibilities for collaboration, productivity and leadership. Whilst this offers substantial opportunities, it also brings with it significant challenges and disruptions for labour markets, more rapid skills obsolescence, a sharper focus on ongoing skills development, organisational structures and models.

The businesses of tomorrow will not resemble those of yesterday so it would be strange to navigate tomorrow with yesterday’s leadership map. 

Only certain human skills will matter when robots are your colleagues. 

Join discussions with other thought leaders and innovators to explore the leadership capabilities and experiences required by leaders of the future.

Prior to this session do test out for yourself RALI (Rialto Accelerated Leadership Index) an innovative digital resource which maps out and provides insights on your relative position in your functional league table versus peers, future market leadership needs and illuminates development options to accelerate career growth.

Go to ralionline.com

Attendance at this leadership event will provide insights on:

  • The changing nature of work and key technological and digital transformations/trends creating the workplace of the future
  • The impact of the pace of jobs automation on the new leadership profile expected
  • The consequential new leadership profile increasingly demanded of the leader of the future

In addition, you will have the opportunity of contributing to ongoing research of the leader profile of the future required by tomorrow’s workplace in terms of:

  • Leadership capabilities
  • Leadership experiences
  • How leaders can prepare for the future

Previous attendee feedback comments include:

“Many thanks for the AI session today.  Cutting edge and very thought providing”

“Thank you – a fascinating two hours – I learnt a great deal and I found the workshop to be thought-provoking”

Who should attend?

C-Level Directors, HR Directors, Line Managers, Change Leaders, Senior HR Managers OD Practitioners and Leadership Development Specialists.

Dr Terri Simpkin, Associate Director

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