Welcome to the Creative Future of Work...

Welcome to the Creative Future of Work…

Creative Future of WorkOnce again the new year is upon us, and with it comes an opportunity to empty our inboxes, clear the clutter and take a fresh approach to work in 2013.

But while we all start out in January with a host of good intentions, once the phone begins to ring, it’s easy to fall into old habits.

Here at the Catholic Commission for Employment Relations, we’re excited. For us, 2013 brings with it the opportunity to explore what lies ahead in The Creative Future of Work.

We’ve all heard about how the world of work is changing; new generations seeking alternative career paths, the importance of communities of collaboration, the transformational power of new technologies and of course, the rapid rise of the creative class.

The CCER Conference, to be held in Sydney on the 5-6 September 2013, will endeavour to bring these ideas together through a collection of speakers from Australia and around the world. Together, they will explore how we can all stay ahead of key trends and make the most of new insights into how we work and where we are headed in the workplaces of the future.

Here on the CCER blog, we’ll give employers a taste of what’s to come as we introduce a range of new ideas, theories and practices to inform, inspire and help Catholic employers to embrace the Creative Future of Work.

To kick off the year, we start with this insight from Forbes writer Meghan Biro, who reflects on some of the powerful career drivers in the Workplaces of the Future.

To find out more about how to secure your early bird ticket to the CCER Conference, register online for updates.

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