Training and Workshops

Preparing for the Future of Work


Formal education and training is no longer enough to prepare talent for the future of work.

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Skills are becoming outdated more rapidly than ever before, and we are entering an era where lifelong learning, emotional intelligence and transferable experience is crucial.
Formal classroom or workplace training is expensive and not accessible to all, so how can we adapt?
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Key Takeaways


Understand the Millennial and Generation Z workforce today and how to improve skill development for the jobs of tomorrow to address automation and tech disruption


Learn the transferable skills needed to foster innovation, growth and life-long learning in young talent


Gain new strategies to encourage entrepreneurial thinking and STEM skills in youth


Discover how to recruit and retain the future workforce in order to scale your company or continue its long-time success in a rapidly-changing workplace

Reduce the Skills Gap

Join future of work policy advisor, speaker and 16-time award-winning thought leader Kelly Lovell to gain insight into the mindsets of young talent–Millennials and their successors, Generation Z. Globally recognized for her expertise, Lovell’s presentations have been enlisted by the United Nations, G7 Sherpas, the G20 and executive leaders around the world​

Who We Work With

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United Nations Commission on Social Development
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First Work Ontario's Youth Development Network logo
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Lovell is dynamic and truly inspiring in presenting relevant and researched based information on Millennials and Generation Z. Our audience was fully engaged and we received excellent feedback about her presentation on the future of work! The presentation provided specific examples and tangible takeaways for human resources professionals and our membership really appreciated her insight. Lovell did a great job of inspiring our HR members to embrace the generational differences backed with knowledge and excitement.

- Diana Sarkis, President HPRA (Human Resources Professional Association), Windsor ​
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$ 30 Billion

Annually the skills gap is costing the US economy

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+ %

Of globally employers can't find skilled talent

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1 in 5 young workers are NEET

NEET = not employed, in education or training

Let's continue the conversation

We help industry leaders prepare for the future, today.