Working Conversations Episode 92:
My Predictions for Work Life in 2023
Have you asked yourself what 2023 will be like in the world of work so you’ll be ready for whatever is coming?
I know you don’t want to miss out on all the exciting advances coming our way. You need to stay ahead of the game in order to remain competitive.
There are many reasons why it’s important to think about the future especially now that a new year has begun.
One reason is that it helps us to plan and make decisions in the present that can have a positive impact on our future. It also helps us to prepare for potential challenges or opportunities that may arise.
In this episode, I look into my crystal ball and predict the future of work for 2023. The ideas in this episode will help you gain a deeper understanding of the world around us and make more informed decisions.
I address the shortage of qualified workers in the labor force, where and how we will work, a clash of values that impact work-life balance, the role of artificial intelligence, and the most important skill set needed to navigate the challenges of the coming year.
If we are aware of these changes in the future of work, we can start preparing for them now.
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HERE’S WHAT WE’RE GOING TO COVER IN THIS EPISODE:
Prediction #1: The labor shortage we’ve been experiencing these past few years will continue and will get worse.
Prediction #2: We are going to experience more values-based generational clash in the workplace.
Prediction #3: Artificial intelligence moves from conceptual to useful in many more categories of work.
Prediction #4: Return to office and work from home will continue to clash in a push pull relationship.
Prediction #5: Interpersonal skills move to the top of the list in what’s desired in employees and leaders.