The pandemic is the catalyst that sped up the digitization and automation of an organization by establishing a 'new' normal in the workplace. What will the future of workplace be like? If you are a business leader, what are your plans to prepare for the future?
Graham Barkus, Founder and Managing Director of The Human Factor, will be our guest on our next episode of 'Don't waste the crisis, build a better Hong Kong (Global series)' on Sep 10. On that day, he will be sharing the upcoming trends and recommendation for personal, organization and systematic change for the future. As an expat and a business owner in Hong Kong, what are his views towards the future of Hong Kong? Is there still an opportunity? Is it still prosperous?
Date: Sep 10
Time: 6-7 p.m.
About Graham Barkus
Graham Barkus has 30 years of experience in guiding personal, organizational and systemic change, in senior organization development roles and as an external coach and consultant. His focus is helping people master complexity, uncertainty and change, both to deliver and sustain peak performance and to reduce the costs of work-related stress on organizations, their people and the wider community.
From his base in Hong Kong Graham’s experience has spanned employment and consultancy roles to clients across Asia and the UK/Europe, in diverse industries including banking and finance, insurance, aviation, logistics, healthcare, real estate development, engineering consultancy and FMCG. His work has typically involved spanning boundaries of language, culture, structure, interests and habit in personal as well as professional contexts.
Graham holds postgraduate degrees with distinctions in Clinical Organizational Psychology (INSEAD); Strategy & Innovation (University of Oxford), and an LLM in Arbitration and Dispute Resolution from the University of Hong Kong. He is certified in cognitive-behavioral and integrative healthcare coaching; he is a Founding Fellow at the Institute of Coaching at Harvard University and a member of the International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations and the Australasian Society for Lifestyle Medicine.