The great resignation
Back to office
The great reset
Remote forever …
🗫 Obviously something major is shifting in the way we work, perceive work and how we want to move forward with work. We live in times that call for rethinking and realignment, on an individual and collective level we need a new compass to navigate the extreme complexities of our work, so we find meaning, purpose and reasoning. The Future of Work has been in the talks for a few decades now, but it looks like we've managed to do very little to bridge the gap between life and work, and to shape our work in a way so it acknowledges and reflects the depths of our human essence.
🔵 Even now, more than two years after the pandemic, we are still struggling to find and establish progressive new ways of working and experiencing work as something that makes us stronger, not weaker. On top of work we’ve added inhouse wellness programs, therapists, coaches, meditation apps, following the good intent to heal something that no longer serves us.
❓ We still use old models and maps to navigate through a completely new way of living, working and making sense of life. So what can we do?
☑️ How do we redesign WORK, so it makes us feel alive, individually and collectively?
☑️ What do we want the future of work to hold for us?
☑️ How do we reinvent our organizations? Where do we start? Is this really up to us?
Contributors: This gathering is hosted by People Portal’s co-founder Maria Padalski and it is part of our co-creation series where all participants contribute to the creation of shared vision, as well as specific tiny acts of change that we can all apply and test tomorrow.
🔜 Date and time: November 30th, 4.00 pm EET, Zoom
🔔 What to expect: Join this learning journey to build a shared understanding of what needs to change in our work, what asks for a major shift in ourselves and our organizations, so we are all Alive@Work. Maria will share concepts and ideas by renowned authors, researchers and anthropologists who are working on the topics of aliveness and meaning at work, organizational culture and values, such as:
☑️ Daniel M. Cable and his book “Alive at Work: The Neuroscience of Helping Your People Love What They Do”
☑️ Frithjof Bergmann and his book “New Work New Culture”
☑️ Frederic Laloux and his famous book “Reinventing Organizations”
Our host will also share a few frameworks to support your individual and organizational journey towards building more “alive”workplaces.