Jobs of the Future: Skills for the New Reality

Next open workshop:


Date: 12th February 2021

Time: 09.30-12.30

Language: English

Location: A-lab,

Overhoeksplein 2,

1031KS, Amsterdam

The job landscape is changing rapidly. By some predictions, 800 million jobs might be lost to automation by 2030. Lots of subject knowledge become outdated in just a few years time. And most companies already feel the growing skill gap. Is future a threat or an opportunity? What skills do you need to deal with the new reality of the workplace in coming 5-10 years? And how can you develop those skills effectively?


In our workshop, keynotes and masterclasses, we discuss the new reality of work and the impact of latest technological developments on different professions. We focus on what are the skills of the future and what can you do tomorrow for your upskilling and reskilling.


You should join the workshop if:
- You are interested to discuss new paradigms of work and how technology changes context and requirements of most jobs.

- You want to discover how the AI already challenge some of the most popular professions out there and what is going to happen in coming years.

- You would like to learn what are the must have skills for the coming decade and how can you develop them.

Let's look together for the answers for one of the biggest challenges of nowadays: preparing for the future of work.

Do you have the skills of the Future?

Contact us for arranging the workshop, masterclass or a keynote!

This workshop is offered by Natalija Counet.

Natalija Counet is a keynote speaker and consultant who focuses on working with the top learning challenges of the coming decade. She is the founder of 361degreesLAB, a company that facilitates learning experiences for the development of the skills of the future. She is also the initiator of the learning initiative Think Future Today which explores different perspectives, ethical dilemmas and challenges in the advancement of technology and AI. Her book "Upskilling for the future" is coming out in 2019.