The world of work is changing exponentially as rapid technological innovation and global forces are compelling businesses to disrupt traditional industry models and adopt new digital strategies and skills to compete.
This requires new future-fit thinking, habits and capability to learn, adapt, experiment and fail fast. Whilst technology may be threatening to replace many repetitive or replicable human activities, there is still a critical need for thinking and skills that will enable innovation, customer engagement, responsiveness, adaptability, cross-boundary teamwork, virtual teams and personal health, success and fulfillment.
Debbie Craig’s 4th book, PowerUp8, describes the 8 capabilites we need to unlock potential and accelerate learning through understanding how our brains and the biochemistry of change works for lasting change to take place. She further provides us with 8 capabilities that are described with characters, stories, visuals, beliefs and habits for easy identification and practice.
“A must read for any leader and/or people practitioner that wants to challenge what they thought they knew about building sustainable cultures, managing talent and ensuring organizations are ‘future-fit’ in a world of constant disruption.”
“Debbie does a great job of setting the context and exploring the tools needed. The core capabilities are outlined and explored in a systemic way that encourages the reader to deeply consider their value, impact and application.”
“Ever wondered, why it is so difficult to change our behaviour and habits and make new (and better one’s) stick? The good news is our brains are adaptable and we can actually change how we think, feel and act! The book tells you HOW!”