scared of the future of work

A Future Talk on Careers with Dr. Tracey Wilen

NOTE: I’m thinking of doing a podcast where I interview interesting people about the future of work, life and everything in between. Consider this to be the pilot episode. If I do more of these, it will be because of the comments and encouragement of my listeners. So, please do share your thoughts.

A podcast about the future of everything.

My guest in the premiere episode of “Future Talk” (working title) is Dr. Tracey Wilen.  We discuss the career confusion of mature workers and millennials  seeking to progress in their career, how to figure out a career path in this constantly changing technological landscape,  what to do when you don’t know what to do next in your career and more. Get a pad and pencil (or have you texting finger ready) to take notes as lots and lots and lots of strategies are suggested herein.


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ABOUT MY GUEST

Dr. Tracey WilenDr. Tracey Wilen is a researcher and speaker on the impact of technology on society, work, and careers. A former visiting scholar at Stanford University, she has held leadership positions at Apple, HP, and Cisco Systems. She was an adjunct professor for Bay area colleges teaching classes in business, technology and women’s workforce topics.Dr. Wilen was named San Francisco Woman of the Year (WOW) and honored by the San Francisco Business Times as the most Influential Woman in Bay Area Business. She is a finalist for 2018 Women Advocate of the Year for Women in Technology(WIT). Dr. Wilen has authored 13 books, her newest book is Career Confusion: 21st Century Career Management in a Disrupted World (2018) a companion book to Digital Disruption; The Future of Work, Skills, Leadership, Education and Careers in a Digital World (2018). Available for order on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

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