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Henley Centre for Leadership delivers 'Work 2028 - Trends, Dilemmas and Choices' report

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The report featured interviews with 50 influential business and societal leaders from several countries to identify 16 projections on how work and leadership will look in 2028. These trends in societies, organisations, work and leadership will provide businesses with actionable intelligence to open up debates and make choices for the future of leadership and work today.

The full 'Work 2028 – Trends, Dilemmas and Choices' report can be read and downloaded here. The key insights from the report are also outlined on the Unexpected World of Business podcast.

Professor Bernd Vogel

Professor in Leadership
Published 8 December 2020
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