Oct 8, 2019
According to a report done by Accenture’s Reworking The Revolution, 46% of the executives surveyed said that traditional job descriptions are obsolete as machines take on routine tasks and as people move to project-based work. While 29% of leaders report that they’ve extensively redesigned jobs.
The way we’re doing business and work now has totally changed. We can surely say that we are entering a new era of work where people aren’t staying in the same company for a long period of time, many have side hustles, and employers are opting to hire freelancers and contractors. How do we survive all this change and create an adaptable organization for long-term success? How should we take this talent mobility revolution and turn it to an opportunity?
In this episode of Transform of Your Workplace, Brynne Kennedy joins us to talk about strategies and tactics to seize the coming talent mobility revolution through her new book, Flat, Fluid, and Fast: Harness the Talent Mobility Revolution to Drive Employee Engagement, Accelerate Innovation, and Unleash Growth. Brynne is an entrepreneur and the founder of Topia, a talent mobility company that helps businesses move their employees between locations. She’s a candidate for US Congress in California’s Fourth Congressional District.
Make sure to listen to this
episode as we cover everything on how you can adapt to this new
world that we’re in so that your company, workplace, and career
becomes flat, fluid, and fast!
Giveaway alert!! If this episode piqued your interest, you can grab a copy of Brynne’s soon to be released book, by sending me a dm on LinkedIn and I’ll tell you how you can get your copy for FREE!
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More about Brynne
Brynne Kennedy is an entrepreneur and candidate for US Congress in California's Fourth Congressional District (CA-04). She is the Founder of Topia, a relocation and talent mobility company in California, used by customers worldwide. While CEO she grew the company to global operations, raised $100 million and helped tens of thousands of families transition to new jobs and communities.
While leading Topia in California, Brynne also founded Mobility4All, a charitable initiative that supported refugees during the Syrian War. Brynne has also worked with TechNet to advise California State and Federal lawmakers on policies for economic growth and entrepreneurship. Brynne holds a B.A. in History from Yale and an MBA from London Business School.
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