Home » S.3.E.4. Part 2 – Charting New Career Paths in Today’s Environment w/ John Wegman
Season 3. Ep. 4 Part 2
Charting New Career Paths in Today’s Environment w/ John Wegman
Short work sprints, transactional exchanges, project driven employment cycles: this is the future of work. It’s less about loyalty and more about convenience, getting things done and moving on. But is this really the type of working future that brings fulfilment to people? Or maybe fulfilment comes from other spaces? Lots of questions come to mind when exploring the topic of work for the upcoming generation, their expectations and what this means for leaders! Tune in to Part 2!
John is a growth-oriented executive with a track record of driving business expansion, leading successful turnarounds, and implementing digital transformations. With over 20 years of industry experience, he has held key leadership positions with large enterprises including Vice President, Managing Director and Head of Strategy. He started his career as a Materials Engineer and moved into equipment management within global supply chains, which after an MBA led to digitisation and data science. He has furthering enhanced his education to pursue a Master’s degree in AI & Robotics. Originally from the United States, he has worked on 4 continents and brings a genuinely global perspective to his work & leadership.
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