Time: 14:00 - 14:25
What Does It Mean To Live To 100 Years Of Age?
Emma Birchall joined the Hot Spots Movement in 2013, and works closely with Hot Spots Movement CEO and London Business School Professor, Lynda Gratton. Emma works with clients to anticipate the trends shaping the future of work and how
they will need to adapt working practices to future-proof their success; she delivers Masterclasses attended by senior executives from multinational organisations including Shell, Accenture and the Coca-Cola Company.
Emma writes for the US Business Section of the Huffington Post and has a particular interest in applying lessons from the creative arts, notably improvisation, to organisations. She performs improvised theatre and comedy, having studied this in London and Chicago in recent years.
Prior to joining the Hot Spots Movement, Emma was a management consultant with Accenture Sustainability Services, and part of the Strategy Team at Transport for London. Emma's academic achievements include a postgraduate degree in International Development from the University of Cambridge, and a combined undergraduate degree in Business Management from the Rotman School of Management - University of Toronto and King’s College London.
What does it mean to live to 100 years of age? This is the question facing many people in today's workforce, and certainly the workforce of the future.
In this session, Emma will explain why increasing longevity calls for us to make dramatic shifts at both the individual level – to future proof our employability and vitality – and at the organisational level, to enable our talent to thrive in the new world of work.
Emma will explore why the ability to transform will become increasingly important, along with what it takes to build this essential life skill.