Future of Work. High Future Conference

Global Shapers Bucharest Hub is partnering up with HR Club to the 13th edition of the High Future Conference, taking place on October 4th at Stejarii Country Club in Bucharest.

The event looks at some of the concepts and challenges of the future for HR professionals, with the Global Shapers panel focusing on Future of Work. Following our event in May, Innovations for Tomorrow: Implications of the 4th Industrial Revolution, the October 4 panel will focus on some of the most important aspects for the future of work: automation, AI, migration of labor force, social inequalities and skills of and for the future.

Conversations in the Future of Work panel will also be based on conclusions from the 2016 report of the World Economic Forum – The Future of Jobs: Employment, Skills and Workforce Strategy for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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The event also includes workshops with 2 special guests: Isaac Getz, Professor in Idea, Involvement, and Innovation Management, ESCP Europe School of Management and Erin Meyer, Senior Affiliate Professor in the Organisational Behaviour Department at INSEAD. 

Global Shapers Bucharest Hub is organisation of 25 young leaders based in Bucharest, part of a World Economic Forum community present in over 400 cities across the world. The main activities are in developing spaces of relevant conversations for the civic environment, leadership programs and social entrepreneurship support programs.

The HR Club is the HR Professionals Association in Romania for almost 20 years, encouraging the human resources development by supporting and promoting the best practices in the field. 

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