For the last three days, I was on a training to become a Design Thinking Coach. To take part in this training was one of my goals for this year, when I sat down at the end of last year to think about how I can turn my life into a more positive one again. Being exposed and having the opportunity to try out different Design Thinking (from now on DT) methods made me think where and when I can use this knowledge.
To prepare another mindfulness training session at my company, my co-facilitator and I spoke about who will be responsible for which part. A part of this discussion led us to the topic of health and wellness programs in companies and why those programs might struggle.
This is another addition to the series about the future of work. This time, I ruminate about what would happen in case everyone is unemployed.
A few months ago, we had a unit meeting and, we invited a speaker to talk about the future of work and the changes it might bring. He gave a few interesting examples about how AI and automatization is disrupting whole industries. In this entry, I want to speak about the impacts on lawyers.
The future holds some interesting questions. One of them is what we can and need to do with people who become unemployed or even unemployable due to automatization and AI? Here, especially companies need to contribute to solving this problem.
If you are interested, you can check my last entry on this topic here.
This entry is actually the first entry of a series which will entail my reflections and thoughts about how work in the future might look like and what are the implications all those changes and the advent of AI and automatization. Especially the implications on us and our relationship with work.