Staying Relevant And Preparing To Manage The ‘Workplace Community Of 2030’

by Mike Petrusky on September 20, 2019

What’s one fear you’d like to eliminate from your career? I’d bet many people would say losing their job or potentially worse, the fear of their job becoming irrelevant. And while we constantly hear about technology threatening to take jobs away, is it really a cause for concern? I sat down with Shane Rodgers, a business executive and strategist based in Brisbane, to gain his perspective on the workplace of the future, and how we can prepare ourselves and our work communities for the technology that is still yet to come. 

The Career Advice I Wish I Had At 25 and Preparing For the Workplace of 2030

Shane Rodgers | business leader, writer, marketer and strategist

“We need in our society a strong sense of belonging. And I think through some of the changes we’ve had in the last 10 years in particular we’ve lost that a little bit. As well as the changes we’ll see in the workplace, I just think we need to rebuild our communities and start supporting each other.”


Mike Petrusky

Mike Petrusky is host of the “Workplace Innovator Podcast” and Director of Events and Growth Marketing at iOFFICE. He joined iOFFICE in March of 2018 with a mission to energize the company’s live events. He is a dynamic speaker, podcaster, and seasoned marketer who has a passion for sharing iOFFICE’s unique brand of thought leadership to CRE & FM leaders in the digital workplace.

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