Future-proofing: Building workforce resilience to survive and thrive in uncertainty

From 2019-03-28 12:00:00 to 2019-03-28 14:00:00
Venue: Tokyo American Club

Technological disruption, stricter ESG requirements, talent shortages, the growing impact of AI and robotics, and climate change are just some of the major challenges that will lead to disruption over the next 5-10 years on a scale most of us have never seen or experienced. Is your workforce capable of coping and have the right mindset to implement your strategies and contingency plans to mitigate these impacts?

As Peter Drucker wrote, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast”. Developing a culture of resilience among employees at every level of the organization is key to giving your strategies a fighting chance of success.

One often-overlooked group who have created successful businesses under conditions of extreme duress are war zone refugees. Having escaped harsh and extremely dangerous environments, mastering resilience and creativity, they succeed in starting and growing businesses in unfamiliar environments.

From the analysis conducted in collaboration with Refugees International Japan and using their success stories, we will show you how you can implement simple but effective frameworks to build the resilience your employees will need in the face of the coming challenges.
Seats limited to 5 guests!

DETAILS

Format: Plated lunch

Date: March 28, 2019
Time: 12:00 – 14:00
Where: Tokyo American Club, Brooklyn III
Address: 2-1-2 Azabu-dai, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Admission: ICCJ Members 4,200 JPY (+ VAT 8%)
Non Members 7,600 JPY (+ VAT 8%)
Registration/Cancellation deadline: March 25 2019, 12:00

REGISTER HERE

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