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As the world navigates our next industrial revolution and races towards technological singularity there is a danger of forgetting the human in the process. Nicola is a champion of human potential and keeping all things human at the centre of focus when organisations wish to innovate and transform.
Whichever way we read the growing number of predictions of workforce shifts from now through the next few decades, many jobs will disappear and ‘work’ will look and feel very different to the human. “The only real difference between the enthusiast and the sceptics is a time frame” notes Gary Marcus. “But a century from now, nobody will care about how long it took, only what happened next”.
Nicola is your real-life ‘Sarah Connor’ in all this change. Having worked with start-ups, multinationals, public sector organisations and political parties, she brings a diverse portfolio of experience to the table to engage and move people to new ways of thinking and behaving.
When she is not challenging you to surrender all you hold sacred or holding a mirror up, she is speaking, writing and consulting on the mechanisms for a paradigm shift, at individual, organisational and systemic levels. She’s passionate about creating the new political structures, policies, digital democracy, and human centric businesses, products and services that are all essential in the reality we are creating/if we’re to create a future which serves us.
Throw in mediation teaching, bio hacking, one to one coaching with some of London’s most influential, and speaking at TEDex, and you have a force of nature that can help you and organisations to navigate uncertainties, perform at potential and lead the paradigm shift required for a next generation society.
Adaptable organisations require adaptable people. Simple.
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