About the Team Workshop

The purpose of this workshop is to gain valuable insights into the future of work, a chance to explore some practical and thought provoking exercises and take action individually and as a team to get future ready.


Ideally used for:

  • Teams who potentially face significant disruption from technology in the coming years, teams who are wanting to build their resilience and growth through change, and teams who have come through significant change and are wanting to re-set
  • Teams who want to proactively get ahead of disruption and get on top of the issues

Team Performance Objectives:

  • The team learns how automation, artificial intelligence and digitisation are changing the world of work and threatening many of our jobs
  • The team learns how we can adapt to these changes and learn ways to thrive in this new world
  • The team members uncover personal insights and gain awareness about themselves and useful tools for setting bold goals and changing behaviour
  • The team explores how to ensure it transforms and stays relevant and what changes it must make to ensure this.
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About the Workshop Authors Jo Cribb and David Glover

Jo Cribb is an experienced consultant and director on a number of Government and NGO boards.  She is regularly asked to facilitate strategy sessions with leadership teams, coach emerging leaders and lead substantial policy, strategy and gender projects.

Jo was previously Chief Executive of the Ministry for Women, Deputy Children's Commissioner and leader of the Commissioner's Expert Advisory Group on Solutions to Child Poverty. She is one of the youngest chief executives ever appointed in the New Zealand Public Service.

David Glover is a senior leader and professional director. He has an extensive track record in strategy and marketing and has worked with government agencies, educational institutions and international corporations.

He is currently Executive Director – Reputation and Student Recruitment at Unitec Institute of Technology and is a Chair and Director of a number of technology companies. He was previously CEO of state-owned enterprise Learning Media and Managing Director of David Forman Training.