Investigating the future of work with CIPD
One of the growing concerns of modern times is that the drive towards profit-driven, digital, automated workplaces will leave humans redundant.
Sometimes the future doesn’t look to good for the bipeds. So Laughology joined the fightback against the machines at CIPD’s Future of Work is Human conference at the National Institute of Engineering in London.
The event looked at how we can strike the right balance and continue to benefit from technology without being replaced by it.
At the conference Stephanie Davies talked about the importance of happiness for engagement. She asked whether organisations should be looking to create engagement internally or externally through community work and investment in education and health to create community strength and cohesion. She argued that we need to change the way we work and that creating external engagement will drive internal engagement because people will be passionate about the places they work in. She also decided her special power would be to develop a time machine and go back in history to destroy Skynet before it has the chance to develop an army of cyborg assassins and destroy human civilisation.
If you would like Stephanie to speak at your conference or event, just get in touch. Stephanie is known as one the UK’s leading experts on happiness and engagement and is great at motivating teams and delegates at conferences to think differently. She also brings curly wurlys to events and dishes them out as prizes.