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Rethinking work for the modern world | Adam Henderson | TEDxFolkestone

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Published on Jun 9, 2017

For many of us the world of work is broken! This is because there is a new type of employee emerging that has been shaped by having unlimited access to the internet and experiencing the global recession, which has not only shaped their mindset and attitude towards work, but also fundamentally changed how and where they can work. Businesses need to change their ways of working to reflect the way the world is and not the way the world was, otherwise they face becoming irrelevant to this growing number of Modern Employees.

Adam spent over a decade working with some of the world’s biggest brands on the front line of their digital transformation, understanding the changes in the modern consumer and helping businesses respond to them. He now uses this experience to better understand modern employees, setting up the Millennial Mindset, which examines changing employee behaviour and ways of working to help businesses bridge the ever-growing gap between the current workplace and the modern employee.

Adam’s unique insight comes from his partnerships with Universities and top businesses, as well as consistently reviewing new research. His work has been referenced in Deloitte’s 2016 Global Millennial survey and he writes articles that have been read hundreds of thousands of times across the globe. He appears as a keynote speaker at global events and conferences, helping to spread his message of rethinking work for the modern world.



This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx

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