Christopher Bishop has a fascination for how careers and jobs will be transformed over the next 20 years. Based on his own nonlinear, multimodal career path, he has developed a creative and imagination-driven presentation to help participants be successful in pursuing their own evolving career paths.
The session starts with a socio-historical perspective on technology's impact on business models and moves to a future-ready perspective on the myriad career opportunities that lie ahead for today's learners. The session concludes with three “minds-on” activities using the Future Career Toolkit - VOICE, ANTENNA, and MESH.
85% of the jobs today's learners will be doing in the next decade have not been invented yet.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says today's learners will have 8-10 jobs by the time they are 38.
New careers are emerging at the intersection of historically unconnected disciplines.
Future jobs will all be driven by technology and require a combination of existing and new skills
Lifelong learning is key to successfully navigating the 21st century's global borderless workplace.
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Christopher Bishop is a workplace futurist, TEDx speaker, LinkedIn Learning instructor, and former IBMer. He has had eight careers so far – including touring rock musician (played with Robert Palmer), jingle producer (sang on the first Kit Kat TV...