Inspired Futures

InspiredFutures2021 - Take control of your future with The Future Thief

11:00am - 11:45am / Monday 19th April 2021 / Online event
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
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This years’ InspiredFutures2021 even is a week-long campaign aiming to share with you positive stories about what’s happening out in industry, how businesses and roles are adapting, diversifying and coping with the challenges of the last year.

You can join this session to hear from Jill Hawkins, The Future Thief.

Jill Hawkins is a trend sociologist and futurist. She runs her trends business, The Future Thief, from Denmark. Jill’s work revolves around understanding people and anticipating the future: researching, speaking and writing about it, and training other people how to do that, too. It’s her job to help people and brands understand what the future could look like so they can be relevant and impactful in it.

During this session to kick off the week, Jill will talk about her career journey as well as skills you'll need for the future to ensure that you are adaptable and are able to make the most of the many opportunities available to you when you've graduated!