Chaos Theory: A Future-of-Work View

Claire Haidar Speaking Fee: $20,000 to $30,000

Chaos Theory: A Future-of-Work View

Speaking Fee:
$20,000 to $30,000

Travels From:
DFW - Dallas Ft. Worth (All Airports)

Primary Topic Category:
Creativity and Innovation


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Claire Haidar Speaker Profile: At A Glance

Claire Haidar is best known for radical ideas on cloud technologies, the future of email, optimal working environments and how systems impact human behavior. She is a regular commentator on TV and radio and she is also a regular contributor to productivity blogs. She is currently working closely with a number of technology start ups to make the workplace a happier one while also leading the international productivity training company, This is Productivity.

Part chaos, part rocket fuel, Claire Haidar is a technology entrepreneur, student pilot and future thinker about all things human, work and play. She believes that chaos is our new reality. In 2016 she did a TEDx talk about this topic and sketched a picture of our future which is exactly the one we find ourselves in today. Chaos is good and ultimately positive for humanity but it’s highly disruptive for the foreseeable future. Chaos theory defined is this: what appears to be chaotic is in fact a complex system, where a lot of micro changes are happening regularly, in a seemingly unpredictable way. Work on a global level is adopting these exact characteristics. Claire’s deep passion lies in enabling individuals, teams and organisations to embrace behaviours that enable them to move into this new world of work. She, and the team she leads at WNDYR are at the forefront of the future of work. They lead some of the world’s largest organisations through transformation programmes that entirely change how they work in a digital age. WNDYR and Claire have an impressive list of clients which include: Getty Images, Phillips, EY, Siemens, Credit Suisse, Accenture, Roche, Schlumberger, Asos and many of the world’s leading technology companies. Claire challenges the status quo, pushes the boundaries on what is possible, and asks the big questions that a lot of us are afraid to really confront and act on. If you want your mental boxes to be challenged; if you want to colour outside the lines, then engage with Claire around topics such as the future of work in a world of robots, play as an essential part of work, human acceleration in an automated world and visualising organisations at work as playgrounds. She’s building a rocket ... you’ll want to board this one.
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