Lead With Foresight in the New Hybrid Work World

Thursday, December 9, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Keith Ferrazzi, Chairman and Founder, Ferrazzi Greenlight

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The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked crisis agility—rapid organizational change on a scale never seen before in times of peace. Many organizations experienced the sudden shift to remote work and the ad hoc re-engineering of business processes. But now we need to ask ourselves these essential questions:

  • How can organizations get better at seeing around corners and having the foresight to anticipate major issues before they arise?
  • How do we engineer foresight as a practice?

Ferrazzi Greenlight’s Go Forward to Work initiative, in partnership with Harvard Business School, crowdsourced best practices about the future of work from more than 2,000 executives during the pandemic. Evidence of a framework for developing disciplined foresight emerged. This webinar will be led by Keith Ferrazzi and will outline the results of that research, which will be featured in his forthcoming book Competing in the New World of Work.

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • Why some companies were able to detect early warning signs of the pandemic more than others
  • How to create a foresight taskforce
  • Five factors to guide your taskforce’s thinking
  • How to create a “risk radar” to monitor and evaluate risks


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Keith Ferrazzi
Keith Ferrazzi

Chairman and Founder, Ferrazzi Greenlight

Keith Ferrazzi is the chairman and founder of Ferrazzi Greenlight, a research institute founded on the pillars of behavioral science and its effects on business. Keith started his career as the youngest CMO at Deloitte Consulting then became CMO of Starwood Hotels and Resorts, founded and sold two companies, and authored the New York Times bestsellers Never Eat Alone, Who’s Got Your Back?, and Leading Without Authority. Keith works with high-impact teams within Fortune 100 companies all over the world to transform and cultivate behavioral change, radically affecting business operations.


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