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The Future is Now

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We live, work and lead in unprecedented times of disruption and change.

The VUCA* world is here to stay and has, accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic, made strategic foresight and decision-making one of the main challenges for top managers in the years to come.

While even as a leader, you are not expected to have all the answers, employees and shareholders still look at you for guidance and vision. For many organizations, the time is now to make crucial decisions about immediate priorities and mid-term direction.

Wouldn’t it be great to see possible scenarios more clearly, take back control and be able to make these strategic decisions with more confidence despite the prevalent uncertainty all around us?

Join us and fellow leaders from various organizations and industries for this 90-minute interactive workshop in which we’ll guide you through a transparent process to create more clarity around what the future might hold for your organization; and what you need to start doing now to shape it beneficially.

In this session we’ll help you to…

  • Understand the difference between present-forward and future-back thinking – and why this is important

  • Re-imagine the future for your industry and organization

  • Understand where you are now and the road immediately ahead

  • Prepare for the necessary decisions and potential challenges

  • Gain more clarity on what a post-COVID world might look like

* Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous

About the Speakers and ‘EGG’

‘EGG’ is an incubation design thinking partnership between Eliza Quek, Grant Bosnick and Gunnar Jaschik. It is also the initials of our first names. Using design thinking to re-imagine the future, we then work backwards to co-create solutions for organizations, leaders and the workforce to thrive, not in a new normal, but in a “better normal.”


Eliza Quek

Organization Strategy and
Systems Thinking Specialist


Grant Bosnick

People Strategy and Leadership Behaviour Specialist


Gunnar Jaschik

Organization Development
and Change Specialist

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