Our work environment is transforming in exciting yet challenging ways. With the future being shaped by technological innovations and new job roles being created every day, it’s uncertain as to what the future workforce might look like. One thing, however, will remain the same: finding your purpose and fit.

For our next ‘Work it Out’ event, near Futurologists, Sandra Evans and Julie Blunt from The Art of Work, will share what they think the workplace of the future will look like, and importantly, what attributes you will need to succeed. There will opportunities for you to use trend prediction cards and other tools to identify what transformations might occur and think about where you will fit.

For further details and to register for a place please book online using CareerHub.  Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

A bit more about our speakers and facilitators:

Sandra Evans – MD, The Art of Work

Sandra is the Managing Director of The Art of Work, helping people and organisations to understand and respond to the challenges of today’s world of work. She is a specialist in talent, careers and change. A highly skilled facilitator and qualified executive coach, she blends an intuitive approach with her depth of knowledge and experience to support her clients in achieving their goals. Business focused she has a strong reputation for understanding how to balance the current and future demands of organisations with individuals’ personal aspirations. She previously developed a successful career management & engagement practice for a large UK HR consultancy and with Julie, in 2012, led the launch and development of The Art of Work.

Julie Blunt – Creative Director, The Art of Work

Julie is the Creative Director for ‘The Art of Work’. She is an executive coach and training consultant, specialising in helping individuals and organisations to achieve their full potential through career management. A highly skilled facilitator and coach, she has provided coaching and training as part of large-scale change initiatives, to support career and talent management programmes and as part of outplacement programmes. Much of her work is focussed on achieving positive organisational change through different career thinking. She is now working with Sandra Evans to research, develop and implement new models around careers and the world of work.