I’m breaking from my usual posts about HR tech and the future of jobs to give a quick update as I’ve had a few weeks of increased traffic.
So hello everyone. I invite you to enjoy the HR tech rants, question the narratives you read about the future of work, and leave with a podcast recommendation.
I work at the intersection of international education and the future of work. I kind of hate that future of work is a term because really, it’s already here. My passion for culture and language is as strong as my obsession with AI technology and the changing nature of work. There aren’t a lot of us working in this niche but if this is you I’d love to connect on LinkedIn. You can also join the GlobalMe community here.
So much of the future of work is US centric. I’m investigating how new technology and AI are shaping other cultures as well as the US. I’m interested in new companies, roles, and HR tech across borders.
I’m also redefining how we train people for global careers. I founded GlobalMe School to change how we prepare students and alumni for global careers and the future of work. I’m training a next generation of job seekers how to seek out future-proof careers and build cutting edge skills.
My next course, How to Build a Future-Proof International Career, is in development. Below is a preview from a webinar I gave to GlobalMe School participants this past August.