NEWS: Richard writes about post-traumatic growth for new book

Win a copy of Aftershocks and Opportunities 2.

Aftershocks and Opportunities 2: Navigating the Next Horizon brings together 37 world-class futurists, analysts, subject matter experts, and strategists from 16 countries on five 5 continents to explore the forces, developments, emerging ideas, issues, risks, and opportunities that could shape our post-pandemic world.

The topics covered range from the rise and impact of the crypto economy, the reinvention of travel, and the impact of digital eco-systems, through to sustainable food production, generational reactions to the pandemic, and the recovery of the Caribbean and Africa. The goal is to give individuals, leaders, decision makers, governments, and organisations a broad horizon scan of critical future factors that might shape our world over the next five to ten years and beyond.

always possible CEO, Richard Freeman, has contributed a chapter entitled Post-Traumatic Growth: How Might Business Change for the Better? It asks whether the pandemic could be a catalyst to embrace bigger picture thinking and smarter decision-making.

We’d love to hear your thoughts! If you’d like to win a physical or digital copy be sure to join the always possible insights list this month. We’ll pick some names at random from new sign-ups.

JOIN THE INSIGHTS LIST

Click here to buy a paperback or digital copy of the book.


Richard was interviewed for Informing Choices Mini-Pod about post-traumatic growth and his chapter in the newly published book. Hear all about it.


Earlier this year Richard reflected on his learning from business leaders during lockdown and spoke about post-traumatic growth for Platinum Business Magazine. Read all about it.


After Corona? BUSINESS STORIES

Back in August 2020, when the future still seemed very uncertain we focused on business stories, marketing and brand value as a result of the pandemic in an episode of After Corona?


>> Subscribe to the The Possibility Club podcast ?️

 


always possible asks the big questions.

How should growing businesses prepare for the future?

Read a case study about our work with award-winning live music and event promoter atom presents.