Talking Resilient Futures
Workshops. Meetings. Webinars. Anything Online
In many cases, when severe disruption hits, operational data and information from the past is no longer relevant. In a volatile. rapidly changing and increasingly complex environment, accessing new information in the most efficient and effective way possible is critical.
Talking Resilient Futures provides customised communication tailored to your context and specifically designed to shift and re-align mindsets, skill-sets and strategic focus. Delivered by qualified, objective observers, our view is global in scale with direct application to your local conditions.
Resilient Futures has a history of developing and delivering presentations across a range of topics for audiences who need
to hear unbiased perspectives and insightful, actionable analysis of industry and organizational conditions.
Recent audiences have included the Young Presidents Organisation at the London Business School, The Future of Work Summit and Australian Industry Group.
We provide access to cutting-edge thinking in online environments through talks, presentations, conferences, summits and professional development seminars that open up the reality of disruption, the COVID Economy and the untapped potential for leveraging that reality through enhanced understanding of the opportunities and risks that are present for all.
Larry Quick & David Platt - Digital AI Summit 2019
Larry Quick - Opening Presentation: Future Work Summit 2019
Here are a few examples of customised interactive topics we deliver in any form, from presentations, seminars, and workshops through to learning and professional development training programs.
In this 90-minute dialogue with your team the focus is on stimulating the mindset to understand and explore how leaders and teams as a whole need to act now to find their way forward in the COVID Economy - for themselves and their organization.
The key topics typically focus on:
The COVID Economy: What You Must Know to Survive & Thrive
We discuss the critical conditions that have emerged alongside and through the current CVD-19 pandemic. Most are very aware of the health implications. But are people really aware of the business, social, economic and rapidly emerging opportunities and risks?
In this environment every resource counts. Capabilities applied to the wrong opportunities and risks will have unintended consequences that are likely to create more problems than they solve. Authentic strategy to leverage the COVID Economy is a must!
The Opportunities: There for the Taking Resilient Futures
New industries and consumer behaviours have emerged ‘overnight’. For those willing to innovate and break the bonds of the past, the COVID Economy is rich with opportunities akin and even above those of the industrial and Internet revolutions.
What is it to be PanSafe? What is the Tele-work Industry? How will service-based organizations and their knowledge workers change? How is a new approach to resilience created in the COVID Economy? These are but a very few of the rapidly emerging opportunities that may be leveraged.
The Risks: Mitigating a Clear & Present Danger
Strategic opportunity and risk are two sides of the same coin. Behind every risk is opportunity and vice versa. The challenge is to rapidly identify risks and mitigate to leverage their underlying opportunity.
How will rented space and our ‘square-metre economy’ be impacted? How will the businesses that rely on commercial real estate in densified cities and towns make up for lost foot traffic? What will be the flow-on effect for public and private transport? How will cities and towns grow in a social-distanced world?
Act Now: The Quick-Wins
While the medium to long-term future is important, what is urgent is to identify what can be done - NOW!
Where do we see the immediate opportunity? What risks do we need to cover to access the immediate and emergent opportunities?
We expect that team members will engage in the discussion, align on the outcomes, and, more so – commit actions immediately following the discussion to move forward through their understanding of the COVID Economy.