Our Working Lives: Facing the Future

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Crypt of St. Paul's Cathedral

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Our Working Lives: Facing the Future

Monday 28th November 2016
6.30pm - 8.00pm (doors open at 6pm)
Crypt of St Paul's Cathedral

Speakers:

Prof. Nava Ashraf - Professor of Economics, LSE

Fleur Bothwick OBEEMEIA Director of Diversity & Inclusive Leadership, EY

Angus Knowles-Cutler - Vice Chairman and London Office Managing Partner, Deloitte

Revd Dr Christopher Steed - Author of The Quantification of Human Value and Environments of Value in an Emerging Future

Chaired by the Revd Dr James Walters, LSE Chaplain

The final event in the series on Meaningful Work held in partnership between St Paul’s Institute and London School of Economic and Political Science (LSE Faith Centre, LSE Life and LSE Careers).

Building upon the opening event which explored concepts of meaningful work, and the series of student workshops that looked at how to integrate these concepts into our personal and collective roles, this closing event will look at the ever-changing nature of work.  The only certainty in the world of work is that it will change dramatically over the course of our working lives.  What skills and attitudes do we need to be able to adapt to whatever the future brings?  How might the very role of work in our lives change?  What is driving these changes and how much control over outcomes does the working age population have?  What does it mean for work to be valuable, both to ourselves and the world around us?

This event is open to all who wish to attend and is free.  However, we would welcome a donation (we suggest £5) to help cover the running cost from anyone who wishes to make it.

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