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For this last episode of the year James chats with Kerryn Fewster, the CEO of Change 2020 about the year that’s been, the year ahead and the leadership issues of both: the two dissect multiple questions like:   What have we learnt? what has changed? What do we need to do to prepare for the year ahead?

They investigate the generational change underway in the workplace, the impact of Work from Home, A.I. and other new ways of collaborating and achieving.

And they discuss how to holiday, how to rest, rest, recover and rebuilding episode on Leadership, Rest and Reset.

It’s a lovely chat to finish another great year of engaging chats and conversations. It’s a fascinate.

Spoiler Alert: Leaders in the new environment need to be brave, engaged, flexible and connect. And they need to reinvent themselves and their teams.  Listen in, to find out why.

Kerryn is an engaging and informed guest: To find out more, and/or to contact, head over to her two businesses: Change2020 and AdaptiQ Minds - Psychometric Tests to Determine Tolerance of Ambiguity. Or find Kerryn on LinkedIn.

James Scotland

After a long career in multiple aspects of supply chain management, corporate training and business advisory, James brings a business improvement mindset to his role as General Manager of Supply Chain Resilience for Ai Group. A skilled communicator and adviser, James has been involved with Oil & Gas, the Defence industry and supply chain across the board for over 40 years.

James has a Masters degree in International Management and a partially completed Doctor of Business Administration. He says he'll get around to finishing it when he retires.