The Future is Upon Us

  • New Partnerships

    What will working alongside the advanced technologies of the near future require of career professionals?

  • Opportunities

    Explore and seek out the opportunities of AI and subset of technologies that will alter the workplace of the future.

  • Preparation

    Differentiating yourself will require enhanced skills and new knowledge to remain relevant in the workplace.

FAQ

  • Who is this series for?

    This 8-week Practical AI in the Workplace intensive aims to prepare Seeding Change members for effectively collaborating with and managing the advanced technologies here today (automation and robotics) and those coming down the pike faster than many people are ready for (AI and smart machines).

  • What can I expect?

    We'll use Zoom HD video conferencing, so you'll need access to the internet. The format will include 60 minute live & recorded sessions. We'll consider adding live sessions more convenient to our international Seeding Change members, if enough interest exists.

  • What happens before the call?

    You'll receive links to reading material / resources prior to the event. Breakout topics will be posted on the series page prior to the call. Members can volunteer to facilitate a breakout session. We can set-up an initial prep call with facilitators, if desired.

  • What happens during the call?

    We'll spend the first 30 minutes covering the course content. You'll then have a chance to spend 20 minutes in breakout sessions where we randomly assign breakout topics posted prior to the call. Teams will discuss the topic and capture their key learning from the lesson. We'll close out our call with your experiential field work, so that you can apply on the job what you've learned.

  • What happens after the call?

    Breakout teams will use the forums to share their key learning and to jump start our discussions. The lesson recording is posted on the series page within 24 hours.

Seeding Change members pay one price & get full course + webinar access.

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