The world’s ways of working are changing— fast. It felt like it happened overnight, and now we’re seven months in and the impact on every person —personally and professionally— has rarely been seen to this level before.
Perspectives have drastically changed after a period of questioning how we work and what we’re working for. To accommodate this dramatic shift, we must readdress our relationship with and approach to work. We’re adapting and pivoting, and now, we’re setting out to rebuild. Removing the boundaries of physical offices helped recognize the mental boundaries for which they cultivated. Now we forge a future that understands a ‘create from anywhere’, global mentality, which is invaluable to any business looking to grow and succeed in the new world.
For thoughts, conversations and advice on the future of work, we invite you to join us at &then. &then is Obuhi’s brand-new content platform, divisioned into two parts — blog and podcast. Built to broaden the discussions surrounding modern work, &then aims to dig into the highs, lows and learnings of building and championing diverse and flexible workplaces in a new world. We’ll use the practicality of work to leap into discussions about purpose, perspectives and hope, drawing parallels between the economy, social change and leadership.
The &then podcast will be hosted by Keshia Hannam, a speaker, social justice entrepreneur, and activist. From Asia to East Africa to Europe and both US coasts, Keshia uses her global network and talent for communication to build initiatives, businesses and communities around climate justice, anti-racism, gender equality, representation and individual activism.
“What world are you re-building?” will be a key question in our podcast series which guides our guests on a journey of understanding how they got to be where they are, what they are doing now, and more importantly… where are they going? Innovative individuals will be welcomed onto the &then podcast monthly, with upcoming guests announced on both the accompanying blog and Obuhi’s social platforms.
The blog, alongside featuring upcoming podcast activity, will publish Obuhi staff, and soon, freelance contributors — spotlighting both up-and-coming and established creators and businesses, presenting multi-industry case studies, opinion pieces, trend forecasting, and more.
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