The CEO Futurelab combines fresh insight with peer-level conversation to position your organisation ahead of critical shifts.
The world isn’t changing as fast as many believe. However leaders risk being too far removed from the changes happening all around them. As a result new competitors and disruptive strategies evolve in their blind spots.
The CEO Futurelab shifts this by providing Chief Executives with critical insight into the latest innovations – and more importantly, the new thinking behind the change. The format combines accelerated insight presentation with reflective peer group discussion.
Futurelab Focus: NEXT GENERATION PERSPECTIVES (July 2019)
It’s often difficult to see the future from your own perspective. Over time we develop subconscious habits and preconceptions – whether it’s spending more time in email inboxes than social feeds, typing on our mobiles rather than talking to wearables, or directing our travel with steering wheels instead of apps.
Seeing the future with greater clarity, requires stepping out of our own routine. Breaking out beyond the echo chamber of like-minded colleagues. Consciously seeking fresh perspective by better understanding the next generation.
So for July’s CEO Futurelab we’ve collaborated with AUT’s Student Entrepreneurship team to create a CEO experience like no other. Chief Executives and students will be rapidly presented with insights into disruptive market shifts, before collaborating across generations to uncover new ideas and strategies for adapting ahead of impact.
As a peer group event the CEO Futurelab also provides the space and time to explore what these shifts mean at a personal level for others. Hearing how other CEOs are going about evolving their organisations and adapting their leadership approach for this future beyond. While more deeply exploring the views of the next generation of customers and collaborators.
Upcoming event dates:
Tue 2 July 2019, 8:30-11:30am
AUT University, Auckland
Wed 16 October 2019, 8:30-11:30am
GridAKL Innovation Precinct, Auckland
Thu 19 March 2020, 8:30-11:30am
CEO peer group
Seafarers Members Club, Auckland
Please note: If unable to attend an event another member of your team may attend, except for the March 2020 session which is exclusively a CEO peer group
$750+gst for an annual subscription
(Not-for-profit 30% savings = $525+gst)
Attend any or all of the annual
series of three CEO Futurelab events
Note: Annual subscription also includes copies of all event presentations even if not attending
Please note: The CEO Futurelab is by invite only as it is a Chief Executive exclusive series, which ensures conversations with peers.
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CEO Futurelabs have been attended by Chief Executives from corporate, technology, government and social sectors across New Zealand including:
The CEO Futurelab is run by Dave Wild, a Futurist who works with Executive Leadership Teams, Boards, Digital Leaders and high potential leadership groups.
Dave has led workshops in New Zealand, Australia and the United States. Unique to his approach is a futurist focus on the new, which he applies when facilitating strategy sessions and coaching innovation workshops for clients such as Air New Zealand, NZ Rugby, Ministry for the Environment and NZ Trade & Enterprise.
Previous CEO Futurelabs
Chief Executive insights
Central to the format of the CEO Futurelab is exploring new thought-patterns of visionaries and innovators.
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