But he’s not a late night hotline psychic. Sydney-based work futurist Dom Price doesn’t believe it’s enough to simply make predictions about the future, or even just prepare for it.
What sets Dom apart is his ability to inspire people to transform their working lives, and with it, their futures. This person-centred approach has established him as a thought leader, at the forefront of the zeitgeist that is life at work in the years ahead.
As Atlassian’s resident work futurist, Dom is the in-house ‘team doctor’, designing collaborative patterns which are easily adaptable for any purpose.
His experience in global strategic positions across the fields of technology, finance and gaming, as well as extensive travel throughout over fifty countries, has informed a unique perspective on the future of work. One which values interconnectedness, but never forgets the individual at the core of even the largest scale operation.
As an in demand media commentator and keynote speaker, what first strikes you about Dom is that he is unmistakably from Manchester. But beyond this is a galvanising take on people, practices, technology and workspaces.
Dom is passionate about filling the gap between knowledge and action. His ‘Personal Moral Inventory™‘ method speaks to this; a practice that empowers people to take control of their own happiness. And it won’t cost you $1.99 per minute to find out more.
Dom is a proud supporter of ‘Room to Read’, a non-profit focused on literacy and gender equality in education. More on that here.
Please submit your details below.