The task of universities and business schools is “to prepare graduates for jobs that do not yet exist.” These jobs of the future are being created right now by leading businesses worldwide.<br><br>

Korn Ferry and the Global Business School Network are excited to announce their partnership to deliver a series of conversations with business leaders who are catalyzing innovation. These include chief strategy and innovation officers and other c-suite executives working where industries and ecosystems are intersecting in spectacular ways to generate the jobs of the future.<br><br>

Conversations are designed for a global audience of business students and alumni, as well as the staff and faculty who are helping them navigate careers in a rapidly changing world. <br><br>

Live sessions will be offered once every other month. Join us at the first fireside chat, **The Workforce of the Future, on Tuesday, 12 April 8:00am EDT / 2:00pm CEST, ** with Lisa Harrison and Grace Chew from preeminent organizational consultancy, Korn Ferry who will let us in on seven trends impacting the future of work, and its impact on people, leadership, organization and culture.<br><br>

# Speakers:
**Lisa Harrison<br>
Strategy and Human Capital Leader Focusing on the Future of Work**<br><br>
As a trusted advisor, consultant and operations leader, she is passionate about helping healthcare organizations build a best-in-class human capital function by making the complex simple through strategic and culture alignment, improved processes, and execution of the right talent strategies to meet business objectives.<br><br>
She is an expert at elevating organizations conversations by drawing on a unique business-oriented approach to Talent Management; turning the workforce planning and talent lifecycle process into a true asset by influencing business and workforce strategic alignment through improving programs and processes that drive business results. Fosters an exceptional customer experience, engaging key stakeholders to innovate and implement best-in-class recruitment, development and retention strategies.<br><br>
With over 20 years of progressive healthcare expertise in for-profit, not-for-profit, ancillary and academia settings, her diverse experience has allowed her to develop acute insights and problem-solving responses in support of her clients and their organizations.<br><br>

**Tuesday, 12 April 8**
7:00 am Bogotá<br>
8:00 am Washington D.C.<br>
1:00 pm Lagos <br>
2:00 pm Paris<br>
3:30 pm Mumbai<br>
8:00 pm Singapore<br>

Please **[REGISTER HERE]**(https://gbsn.memberclicks.net/korn-ferry-series-session--1--workforce-of-the-future#/) for this event.
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The Jobs That Don’t Yet Exist: An Innovation Series by GBSN and Korn Ferry

The task of universities and business schools is “to prepare graduates for jobs that do not yet exist.” These jobs of the future are being created right now by leading businesses worldwide.<br><br>

Korn Ferry and the Global Business School Network are excited to announce their partnership to deliver a series of conversations with business leaders who are catalyzing innovation. These include chief strategy and innovation officers and other c-suite executives working where industries and ecosystems are intersecting in spectacular ways to generate the jobs of the future.<br><br>

Conversations are designed for a global audience of business students and alumni, as well as the staff and faculty who are helping them navigate careers in a rapidly changing world. <br><br>

Live sessions will be offered once every other month. Join us at the first fireside chat, The Workforce of the Future, on Tuesday, 12 April 8:00am EDT / 2:00pm CEST, with Lisa Harrison and Grace Chew from preeminent organizational consultancy, Korn Ferry who will let us in on seven trends impacting the future of work, and its impact on people, leadership, organization and culture.<br><br>

Speakers:

**Lisa Harrison<br> Strategy and Human Capital Leader Focusing on the Future of Work<br><br> As a trusted advisor, consultant and operations leader, she is passionate about helping healthcare organizations build a best-in-class human capital function by making the complex simple through strategic and culture alignment, improved processes, and execution of the right talent strategies to meet business objectives.<br><br> She is an expert at elevating organizations conversations by drawing on a unique business-oriented approach to Talent Management; turning the workforce planning and talent lifecycle process into a true asset by influencing business and workforce strategic alignment through improving programs and processes that drive business results. Fosters an exceptional customer experience, engaging key stakeholders to innovate and implement best-in-class recruitment, development and retention strategies.<br><br> With over 20 years of progressive healthcare expertise in for-profit, not-for-profit, ancillary and academia settings, her diverse experience has allowed her to develop acute insights and problem-solving responses in support of her clients and their organizations.<br><br>

Tuesday, 12 April 8 7:00 am Bogotá<br> 8:00 am Washington D.C.<br> 1:00 pm Lagos <br> 2:00 pm Paris<br> 3:30 pm Mumbai<br> 8:00 pm Singapore<br>

Please [REGISTER HERE](https://gbsn.memberclicks.net/korn-ferry-series-session--1--workforce-of-the-future#/) for this event.

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