Expert Panel Discussion
‘Jobs Lost, Jobs Gained: workforce transitions in an age of automation’
McKinsey Global Institute report 2017
Tuesday 12 February 2019
17.45 - 20.30
Brel Theatre, BSB Campus, Pater Dupierreuxlaan 1, 3080 Tervuren
What is it?
The British School of Brussels (BSB), in partnership with the British and American Chambers of Commerce, Belgium, is hosting an Expert Panel discussion that will address this topical and important subject. It will be targeted at the future workforce (16 – 18 year olds), who will be hugely impacted by these changes. We will consider how the workforce will change in the future, the skills and knowledge the next generation will need for a successful career and which industries and/or jobs are most likely to be affected and how. The role of education and how it needs to embrace this change will also be discussed.
For attendees external to BSB: If you have a 16 -18 year old child, or a student or trainee in your workplace, please bring them along.
BSB is a highly successful and innovative international learning community that focuses on preparing its students for a competitive, fast changing world. As part of its delivery of a rich and varied education, the school has developed a programme that provides opportunities for young people to engage with professionals from all backgrounds and sectors.
Who is taking part?
Chaired by Glenn Vaughan, Chief Executive of the British Chamber, we have speakers who are expert in their field:
- Jacques Bughin, Director of McKinsey Global Institute and co-author of the title report
- Catherine Stewart, Senior Advisor, Interel
- Angela Dong, Senior Vice President Human Resources, R&I, Solvay
- Melanie Warnes, CEO and Principal of The British School of Brussels
Closing remarks by David Webber, Partner at Odgers Berndtson of the American Chamber of Commerce, Belgium
Members of the local business community, BSB parents and guests from local schools and the commune will also be invited.
Why should you attend?
- Because it is a highly topical subject which is already changing our world
- To learn from experts and industry leaders
- To share a learning opportunity and generate discussion with your child
- To network before and after the panel, meet the speakers and the next generation of employees
- To debate a subject that will profoundly impact young people, businesses, HRM and education
Click here to register for this event. Strictly first come, first served basis.
Click here to view the biographies of our panellists.
17.45 - 18.30: Networking with students, parents and business leaders
18.30: Audience to venue
18.45 - 20.00: Panel discussion and Q&A
20.00 - 20.30: Networking and close