Futureproofing Your Workplace Needs Great Leadership

Linda Sharkey

“Companies that lack proactive digital strategies and leadership will struggle to survive.” These were the words Dr Melinda Crane used to introduce Dr Linda Sharkey, who showed us how to futureproof our workplaces at Global Female Leaders 2017. Linda is an Executive Coach who specialises in questions of corporate culture, leadership and the challenges of digitisation. She wrote a well-regarded book on The Future-Proof Workplace and shared her insights with us in Berlin.

Linda is a great speaker and her ideas are very important in today’s business world. So we are very happy to tell you that today we published her talk from GFL17 on our YouTube channel. Please enjoy her ideas on modern leadership and let them inspire you for your own work.

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