Turn Your Work Into A Lifelong Learning Lab

Fri 24 May


Room Apiata, 1 Fanshawe St, Auckland

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Running Time: 3.5 hours
Interval: (1 tea break)


Room Apiata, 1 Fanshawe St, Auckland

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Rapid changes in technology and ways of working require new skills, new adaptability and re-envisioning what learning looks like to ensure we are future-fit. If it looks like we aren't learning fast enough to keep up with the capabilities needed, is it possible to turn our work and its everyday challenges into opportunities to learn all the time? How can we not only learn to work but continuously learn from work?

Part of a series of masterclasses to future-proof your career, this masterclass will help you start your lifelong learning journey by trying out a number of practices to own your learning at a personal level whilst feeling supported by others around you.

This is a practical lab that will give you new perspectives on how to work, learn and grow.  We will explore patterns from the future of work like radical collaboration, distributed leadership and mastery. We will experiment with real practices that can be implemented tomorrow, without having to change your workplace or needing permission from anybody. You will walk away with a concrete step towards your lifelong learning plan and feel set up to continue.

The masterclass will be facilitated by the co-authors of “Better Work Together“ book Sandra Otto and Sandra Chemin, strategic consultants and founders of the Future of Work Collective, a team of Enspiral.


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