Marcus Buckingham: The Future of Work

“Beyond explaining the now, culture has become our handle on the next.”   – Marcus Buckingham

Strengths guru, researcher and New York Times best-selling author, MARCUS BUCKINGHAM says there is one fundamental difference between good teams and great teams: Individuals are able to use their strengths most of the time.

He says, only 12% of us spend the majority of our time at work using our strongest skillsets and the impact is huge. These teams out-perform the others in productivity, profitability, length of tenure and more.

In this unmissable real-time masterclass, Marcus equips you with the framework and tools to identify the strengths in yourself and your people, multiply their effectiveness and build a truly high performing team.

“Buckingham is a superb writer and speaker who can make complex ideas crystal clear, cut through to the core insight, and reveal its crucial importance. He has been an inspiration to all of us at Lexus.” – Denny Clements, group vice president and general manager, Lexus U.S.

At The Future of Work Masterclass you will discover:  

  • 3 trends that will redefine the new world of work
  • Why HR talent data is bad data — and learn the secret to producing good data instead
  • How to futureproof HR
  •  Field of study: Leadership Development, Business Growth, Strategy, People and Culture,
  • Level: Intermediate
  • CPE Credits: 1.5

“Marcus Buckingham has a keen sense of what it takes to excel, and he backs his insights with an impressive body of in-depth interviews and research.” Richard M. Kovacevich, chairman, president, and CEO, Wells Fargo and Company


Information packed and highly practical, this masterclass series is a must-attend for:

  • CEOs and high performing teams
  • Business leaders/ heads of department
  • Entrepreneurs and business owners
  • Anyone looking to futureproof their workplace

Non – Member $145 per person
Essential Solutions Community $99 per person

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Marcus Buckingham: The Future of Work


Wednesday 5 May 2021

9.00am – 10.30am

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