for the 21st Century
Helping leaders and teams start and align on a new strategic conversation that engages and leverages the collective voice, energy and wisdom of everyone⏤to attract, retain and grow exceptional people and results.
“The Forward Thinking Workplace conversation invites and allows whole beings to show up; like whole food, whole beings are more nutritious to the system they exist within.” -Anonymous
Ready to level up and move forward?
Follow the four steps below…
Read the Forward Thinking Workplace Guide for an introduction to the forward thinking workplace.
Read 21st Century interviews with global top leaders to discover intriguing insights and strategies.
Learn more about the Forward Thinking Workplace in the Cutter Business Technology Journal.
Get intriguing insights from 70+ top leaders in the Be a Workplace of the Future NOW Series.
What others are saying…
Uncovering the footprints that lead to the forward-thinking human and workplace⏤together.
MARC HANLAN, LLMC PARTNERS
“Bill Fox has a gift for identifying, connecting with, and helping the rest of us understand the leaders of tomorrow, today….”
JOHN BELL, RETIRED CEO JACOBS SUCHARD
”Your questions are more important than our answers! Why? Because every leader ought to be asking him/herself those questions and implementing the forward-thinking insights that will create meaningful purpose, and superior performance.”
MIKE BONAMASSA, CEO PLADCLOUD
“Your article in the Cutter Business Technology Journal was an awesome read. I am completely on board with your perspective. Every single problem we face as a society or as a company we created through our reactionary mindset. The future is created by the actions (or more correctly the reactions) of the present. But we have created our treadmills, and we feel if we can just go a little faster everything will ease up.”
STEVE TENDON, MANAGING DIR. TAMEFLOW
“Bill has the unique gift of asking simple questions that make you stop, think and reflect. Being interviewed and chatting with Bill certainly helped me to verbalize my own ideas and give expression to my own thought processes, with depth and clarity at the same time. A great and worthy experience!”