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Predictions on the Post-COVID Workplace 

Scott GallowayJosh Bersin

Featuring Scott Galloway, NYU Stern professor, and Josh Bersin, HR expert

May 30, 2023

1 p.m. ET

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Are you ready for the future of work?

Layoffs. Remote work. ChatGPT. The post-COVID workplace is a totally different place, but most organizations are still waiting to go back to “business as usual.”

Here’s a hard truth. We’re not going back, so it’s time to figure out what lies ahead.

In this webinar, industry experts Scott Galloway and Josh Bersin go head-to-head to discuss and debate:

  • Do people who work remotely get promoted less? 
  • How do you lead a team in a sea of layoffs? 
  • Is AI here to help us grow or put us out of business?

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Scott Galloway

Meet your speaker

Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway is a professor of marketing at NYU Stern and the founder of L2 Inc, Red Envelope, Prophet, and Section. He’s the bestselling author of The Four and Adrift: America in 100 Charts, host of the Prof G Show, and cohost of Pivot with Kara Swisher.

Josh Bersin

Meet your speaker

Josh Bersin

Josh Bersin is a global industry analyst and founder of the Josh Bersin Academy, a research and advisory services firm focused on the future of work and learning. He's also a bestselling author and frequent speaker on topics related to HR, talent management, and digital transformation..


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