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The Future Of Work In The Age of AI

What This Initiative Is About


The world of work is in a state of flux. There is considerable anxiety about the impact of AI, Robotics and Automation on the future of jobs and with good reason. The debate on Universal Basic Income versus Universal Skills Upgrading has been raging on as nations try to figure out how to safeguard and create jobs to ensure people are kept gainfully employed.

Yes, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation brings the promise of higher productivity, efficiencies and convenience, but what is the impact of this on overall and inclusive real economic growth?

This is something organisations of all sizes will need to reassess again and again in an exponentially faster paced and changing world. People too will need to re-think the own paradigms of work, how they need to psychologically function as well as the competencies and capacity they need to build in themselves to stay relevant. 

Come join us for this broad ranging talk on The Future Of Work In The Age Of AI, see the research on what people and the experts think and formulate your own opinions as to what you need to do to succeed in this new world that has already engulfed our reality.

What You Can Expect


5 key insights that give you a clear point of reference to chart your future direction starting now. Plus a live demonstration of how AI is already doing what no human on the planet can. 


How This Initiative Is Conducted

This perspective shaping initiative is expertly run as a series of …
Illuminating introductions
Engaging dialogues
Interactive games & exercises
Thought provoking debriefs
Open questions & answer sessions
Reflection time-outs
Relevant case studies
Enriching assignments
Feedback loops


Initiative Outline


The World Of Yesterday, The 4 Industrial Revolutions & Tomorrow.

3 Predictions From 2013, For The World Of 2020 & Beyond. 

The Disruption Is Real & It Has Already Impacted You.

How You Will Need To Think About & Compete In The Future. 

AI Research, What Technology Can’t Do & How You Need To Capitalise On It.

Your Chief Facilitator - Manoj Sharma

Who is Manoj Sharma?

Manoj Sharma is just a human being, doing his best to make a small difference in the world.


Professionally, Manoj Sharma is the Chief Facilitator of 


Manoj Sharma started his career in Special International Events for the Walt Disney Co. He continued, as a Group Business Development Director for a tech startup which was sold for SGD 23.5 million. He was subsequently the CEO of the Singapore Service Academy for more than 10 years. He has advised more than 300 large public and private organisations, assisted them with their organisational and professional development needs, as well as delivered keynotes and facilitated programs globally for more than 110,000 people. He considers this to be an absolute privilege.


Manoj sits on various committees. In 2003 he was invited by SPRING Singapore to advice on how to grow Singapore’s entrepreneurship landscape and subsequently sat of the Board of the Action Committee for Entrepreneurship. In 2012, he was invited by the Singapore Kindness Movement to conceptualise the framework for Kindness@Work, a national initiative designed to create a more gracious society starting with the CEOs of large organisations. Outside of his roles with the aforementioned organisations, he is highly active in the international start-up scene, as an investor, speaker, judge and thoroughly delights in mentoring entrepreneurs from around the world.


In his free time, Manoj enjoys playing a round of golf with his buddies. As for the future, Manoj looks forward to continue to contribute to society, to the best of his abilities.

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