Creativity will become a business-essential for securing the game changing outputs needed for a Fourth Industrial Revolution future.
Gaylin aims to build a better world through developing leaders, building social capital in teams and raising awareness of more conscious business strategies and models. She searches out novel thinking and designs deeply practical tools to shift comfort zones and drive more innovative and purposeful results.
Through her business, 33 Emeralds, she has worked with leaders and teams from FNB, Discovery Vitality Group, Edge Field (Field Operations for Tyme Digital Bank) MINT Group (Microsoft Global Country Partner 2019), Massmart, Sabre, Tiger Brands and Tiger Brands Foundation, Kimberly-Clark South Africa, a range of professional bodies including The Institute of People Management (IPM), The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) and The Association of Accounting Technicians South Africa (AAT), and many smaller entrepreneurial organisations.
In addition to writing, speaking, coaching and facilitating, you will find Gaylin collaborating around new ideas and offerings with others who share a drive to positively disrupt the world of work, and the role that humans play within it.
The WEF has issued a triple investment imperative: reskill at-risk workers, upskill the workforce generally and build learning centres in organisations. This...