What do millennials really think about education and work and are we failing to support their success? In this episode of WorkED, ReadyTech CEO Marc Washbourne sits down with Year 13 co-founder Saxon Phipps for a challenging conversation about millennials, meaning and the future of work.
Exploring the school-to-tertiary education transition, as well as the way our culture and systems could better frame career choices at this formative time, Saxon draws on deep insights from eight years working with young people to build new connections between work and individual purpose.
Want to understand the millennial worker and the generations that follow them? Listen now!
015 - Atlassian’s ‘no BS’ take on tech, vocational education and government with David Masters
014 – Skills and TAFE in a Digital World with Craig Robertson (TAFE Directors Australia)
013 – Decoding the world of business technology with Matt Paff (vSure)
012 - Fighting for Potential - Tom Moore, WithYouWithMe
011 - Payroll: The New Normal - Tracy Angwin, Australian Payroll Association
010 - Work, Financial Security and Hope - Mariam Mohammed, MoneyGirl
009 - Our Intelligent Online Learning Future – Daniel Fish, GO1
008 - The Age of The Employer-Employee Alliance – Daniel Cohen Flare HR
007 - Finding Your ‘Second-Half Hero’ - Mark Hodgson
006 - The Digital Credentials Explosion - David Kinsella Everitas
005 - Why Meaning and Purpose Matter in the Future of Work - Darren Coppin Esher House
004 - The Employability ‘Hurricane’ - Mark Pettitt Edified
003 - The Gig Economy and Remote Work - Andrew Joyce Found Careers
001 - Reinventing Education - Sara Caplan PwC Australia
000 - Welcome to WorkED!
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