In this episode, we work to understand the future of work with Dr. Casey DeBruyn.
Dr. Casey DeBruyn is a senior organizational development and talent management consultant with over 22 years of experience in industrial-organizational psychology, change management, training, organizational design, effectiveness, and creative problem-solving. Dr. DeBruyn has led teams and developed foundational, enterprise-wide change management and organizational development and training programs across the spectrum, from Fortune 500 companies to small entrepreneurial start-ups.
Dr. DeBruyn enjoys professional membership with the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychologists, American Psychological Association, and the Association for Talent Development. Dr. DeBruyn currently serves as an adjunct professor at Purdue University Global, Graduate Psychology Department, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and has had the privilege of speaking at multiple educational events, professional associations, and expositions across the country.
We sit down with Dr. DeBruyn to explore what the future of work means for the common worker. With the Great Reset impending we discuss what this will mean for work-life balance, unionization, and effective management strategies that corporate leaders will need to employ to retain their staff and boost productivity under a new paradigm.
This episode of TomorrowToday has been Produced by Rebecca Cohen and Jake West with Audio Engineering by Jake Frederick Olson. The TomorrowToday podcast is a nonprofit venture aimed to bring awareness to important social issues. Funding is provided in partnership with ProtectedBy.AI and CodeLock.it.