tCL Oxford 2019 Conference

Welcome to the tCL Oxford 2019 Autumn conference from 20-22 September 2019. The conference will be held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford at Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP, UK.

The conference is now open for registration!

We hope to see you in Oxford!

Schedule

The conference will take place from 08:45 am on Friday 20th September to 12:30pm on Sunday 22nd September. See The Plan below for more details.

Location

The conference will be held at the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford at Park End Street, Oxford OX1 1HP, UK.

The conference is now open for registration.

If you have any questions, please contact: events@thechangeleaders.com

The Registration

How to Register

This conference is open to 2019 tCL registered members. If you are a CCC alumnus you can now activate your tCL membership for 2019 and register for the conference at the same time.

Once you have successfully completed payment, we will send you further details to complete your conference registration and invite a guest.

To register for the conference:

1-Please ensure you are logged in to your member space. Click on “Log in below. If you are having trouble with your log-in details please contact chair@thechangeleaders.com

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2- Once logged in, the register button will appear below. Please click on the link to register to the conference.  If you are having trouble with the conference registration process please contact events@thechangeleaders.com

Please note that places are limited and will be allocated on a first-completed-first-served basis.

The Theme

Re-imagining Work

From rapid adoption of automation and AI technologies to demographic shifts and different consumer pulls, the world is changing at a rapid pace and with it the workplace, the workforce and the nature of work itself. We speak of the 4th industrial revolution or the 3rd cognitive revolution; a new era that has fundamentally altered the way we live, work and relate to one another. Yet, as billions of people connect around the world, social inequality is on the rise with the widening gap between rich and poor. Today, we face a future of unlimited possibilities and gruelling uncertainties. New modes of employment are on the rise, with gig, sharing, or platform economies; Progressive models of organising are gaining in popularity with the move from hierarchy to wirearchy and a marked emphasis on horizontalism, self-management and agility. What’s more, the traditional boundaries between home and office, night and day, work and leisure are blurring…

What does the future hold?

In this dynamic landscape, this conference will be the space to engage around the various facets of work through a critical and reflective lens. Together, we will re-imagine the future of work, how it will be organised, and our very own current approaches.

We will tackle the following questions:

  • How will work be organised in the future and how will that shape our organisations?
  • What is the meaning of work, and can we imagine it beyond success, recognition and personal achievement?
  • How can people be better equipped for that future? What are their most relevant assets and skills and how can we grow them?
  • How will these futures affect the practice of leadership and change agency?
  • What can we do today to re-imagine and reshape our organisations, our societies and our own work?
The Speakers

We are very fortunate to have academics, researchers and practitioners passionate about reshaping work, organisations and our societies, joining us to facilitate diverse and interactive sessions.

The Plan

Watch this space for a more detailed agenda.