INNOVATE LEADERS WHO INNOVATE HUMANS TO EXPAND I4.0 OPPORTUNITIES

BUSINESSES DEVELOP WHEN HUMANS DO​

INNOVATE LEADERSHIP AND COMPELLING MISSIONS TO EXPAND HUMANCAPITAL IN I4.0

Gallup has studied performance in hundreds of organizations and measured the engagement of 27 million employees and more than 2.5 million work units over the past two decades. Managers account for at least 70% of variance in employee engagement scores across business units, Gallup estimates. This variation is in turn responsible for severely low worldwide employee engagement. Harvard Business Review studies find that particularly senior executives display an unwillingness to think rigorously about innovating their world perspectives and their ideas of how organizations are managed and transformed. Which poses an inbuilt risk for hampering employee commitment to utilize the infinite, risk demanding opportunities of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Worse, over the past 12 years, these low numbers have barely budged, meaning that the vast majority of employees worldwide are failing to develop and contribute at work. 

 

FOR HUMANKIND TO BENEFIT FROM THE LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES IN I4.0 - WE MUST INNOVATE OUR BELIEFS IN WHAT IS POSSIBLE – MOBILIZE MISSIONS FOR A DESIRABLE FUTURE - THEN WE MUST RISK - VENTURING INTO THE UNKNOWN - TO ACHIEVE WHATS NEVER BEEN ACCOMPLISHED BEFORE. THE HUMAN BRAIN CAN BE OUR GPS TO THE FUTURE WE STRIVE TOWARDS. TO KEEP IT SIMPLE I CALL IT - FUTURIZE - THE EVEREST WAY

FOR HUMANKIND TO BENEFIT FROM THE LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES IN I4.0 – WE MUST INNOVATE OUR BELIEFS IN WHAT IS POSSIBLE – MOBILIZE MISSIONS FOR A DESIRABLE FUTURE – THEN WE MUST RISK – VENTURING INTO THE UNKNOWN – TO ACHIEVE WHATS NEVER BEEN ACCOMPLISHED BEFORE. THE HUMAN BRAIN CAN BE OUR GPS TO THE FUTURE WE STRIVE TOWARDS.

Lene Gammelgaard

Lene Gammelgaard short bio: International keynote speaker & bestselling author. Female. Knows how to inspire as well as mobilize people to innovate immediate action. Lene has combined her intellectual capacity with her hard won experiences from high altitude mountaineering into mental strategies backed by leading neuro science. Lene comes from a background in extreme sports and became the 1. Scandinavian woman to summit Mount Everest May 10 1996. Lene has a law degree, is a journalist as well as psychotherapist. Speaks English, German and Danish on conference level.

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