Posted Sep 24, 2019 by Austin
Adaptive Human Capital’s President & CEO, Richard (“Rick”) Maher will be presenting at the Garden State Education and Training Association’s 37th Annual Conference next week in Atlantic City.
Maher’s workshop, “Be Agile or Be Disrupted: Organizational Agility for the Future of Work,” will explore issues surrounding the Future of Work (FoW) and focus on how participants might better prepare themselves and their organizations for the challenges facing America’s workers and businesses.
“We are entering into what may be the most challenging period in our lifetimes for workers and businesses alike,” said Maher. “This is the Age of Disruption and we need to create more @adaptive_humans and organizations now. So we’ll begin next week in Atlantic City!”
The session is based on AHC’s Building Resiliency Workshop designed to help people understand the traits of resilient individuals and organizations, the 2 hour session will be interactive and engaging from beginning to end. Designed for individuals, leaders and teams, the Building Resiliency Workshop uses a private self-assessment to build awareness of the participant’s individual change response and helps to develop an ability to better cope with change and remain agile in today’s stressful work environment. Leaders and managers learn the environmental characteristics of agile organizations and their critical role in supporting workforce resiliency through change.
Maher’s workshop will be held during the morning of October 2nd at Bally’s Park Place Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City.
Adaptive Human Capital applies the science of Industrial-Organizational Psychology to developing more adaptive human systems – at the individual, organizational and societal levels. In today’s global economy, organizations must move at the pace of change. We use proven, research-based approaches to helping people better manage change and foster a more open and risk-tolerant culture in the organizations we serve.