ISPI Regional Symposium October 10-12, 2019 at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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Symposium Keynotes

Judy Hale and Lenora Knapp

Judy Hale, Ph.D., CPT, CACP and Lenora Knapp, Ph.D. have been curious about the future for a long time. As consultants who are brought in to “fix” challenging situations, they have seen what happens when organizations get too far “behind.” This keynote is also a rare opportunity to get the combined thought leadership of Judy Hale and Lenora Knapp together in ONE location.

Keynote Address

The Future of Work: How Do We Align the Workforce with Tomorrow’s Work & Workplace?

As we enter the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the world of work is (and will be) changing at a pace that has heretofore been unknown. Join Lenora and Judy for an intense, interactive dialogue on trends shaping the world of work and what it means to us as professionals. How will we prepare people with the technical and communication skills needed to survive in a world impacted by AI and technology? How will we shape curriculum and credentials, so we are building and measuring the skills people really need to survive in this time of rapid change? Lenora and Judy will share their latest findings on how work is being redesigned, and roles are being redefined, to prepare the workforce for technology-driven changes in the workplace. You will leave with insights on how you can stay viable and contribute to shaping the Fourth Revolution.

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Program – October 11, 2019

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Full 7 Page Program: ISPI Fall Symposium 2019

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