Personal branding for career success
Personal branding for career success

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Further reading

Useful resources:
The World Economic Forum project – Preparing for the future of work has a webpage that links to a variety of initiatives and reports. projects/ future-of-work [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] (Accessed 2 May 2019).
Experienced consultants at professional services companies such as PwC, often focus on predicting different scenarios for the world of work. The Future of Work – a journey to 2022 (Rendell & Brown, 2014) is a good example. assets/ pdf/ future-of-work-report.pdf (Accessed 2 May 2019).
For a more in-depth discussion, McKinsey Global Institute produces a regular podcast that you could subscribe to. Called The New World of Work, it explores the future of work with a series of conversations with global business professionals.

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