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The Future Starts Now!

Posted by Flux on 

16 August 2022

What are you going to do about it?

A trend briefing from futurist, economist and trend analyst, Bronwyn Williams

Pandemics, riots, protests, droughts, fires, floods, an economy in free-fall… the future feels more precarious than ever.To move forward into this chaos, we desperately need confidence in our own decision-making ability, and in order to do that we have to understand the world as it is — in all its flawed glory.To help you do this, Bronwyn’s new keynote highlights the key insights gathered from 20 of the world’s top futurists in her new book, The Future Starts Now.

This talk covers:

  • How to overcome “postalgia”, or sorrow over our lost futures, and become more pragmatically optimistic about our potential
  • How to develop agency so that you can be more proactive about your own personal and organisational future rather than being a victim of someone else’s future
  • What we should be worried about – and what we should be excited about right now
  • How to develop futures literacy capability to give your organisation or team a rare and powerful competitive advantage
  • And much more

If you need clarity on how to lead your organisation through incredibly interesting times or if you are looking for a way to get your distributed, emotionally drained teams motivated about the future, this talk is for you.

After all, if you don’t fix the future – who will?

THE FUTURE NEEDS YOU.

If you are interested in booking this virtual trend briefing for your team or clients please contact Bethea Clayton on connected@fluxtrends.co.za or +27764539405.

-Looking at Trends as Business Strategy-

Image credit: Josh Hil

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