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In this upcoming Life Changing Ideas talk, Adam Kingl will talk about the failures of work and hopes for its future, the leadership challenges of managing the youngest generations, and making sense of terms like the “Great Resignation” and “Quiet Quitting”.

  • The extent and implications of the loyalty and resignation crisis

  • How paradigms of work are evolving with each generation

  • Quiet quitting related to engagement and the simple solutions

  • What will the future of work resemble?

    • Hybrid, remote and back-to-the-office policies
    • Adapting to the new paradigms of work

Adam Kingl

Next Generation Leadership Author,
Keynote Speaker and Adviser

A globally renowned expert on topics of leading the modern workforce, Adam Kingl is an authority on generational paradigms in the workplace, the future of work and capitalism, and fulfilling organisational and personal purpose.

Adam currently leads and develops executive education programmes at prestigious institutions such as London Business School, Hult International Business School, Imperial College Business School, Moller Institute-Churchill College-University of Cambridge and the UCL School of Management.

Adam regularly contributes as a writer and expert interviewee to theFinancial Times, Sunday Times, Forbes, Fortune, The Guardian and Fast Company, among many others. Adam consulted and worked with BBC, Boehringer Ingelheim, BP, Carlsberg, Disney, Ericsson, GSK, Heidelberg Cement, HSBC, LVMH, Nestle, Nike and many more.

Adam Kingl holds degrees from London Business School, UCLA and Yale University.


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