Margaret Regan is the President and CEO of The FutureWork Institute, a global consulting firm that translates future trends to transform organizations. Operating on four continents, North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America, The FutureWork Institute is a certified women-owned business (WBE) that serves as an incubator of innovation and change in addressing current and future workplace and marketplace issues. Its focus is on helping clients achieve a MindShift, a HeartShift and a SkillShift in creating a more inclusive, future-focused culture and environment.
As a futurist and member of the World Future Society, Margaret is often asked to bring to her perspective on the next 10 years and their implications for workforce change management.
She recently keynoted a FutureFluent conference in India and spoke at the UN in Geneva on 2030 Game Changers: How They Will Impact Our Work and Our Life. At the UN, she also testified on the Ethical Implications of AI and Machine Learning and what it will mean to be human or have personhood in the future.
As a change management consultant, Margaret operates at the cutting edge of change, using research and consulting expertise to help clients envision the manager, employee and customer of the future.
As an executive coach, she works with clients going through a change process to coach individual executives on leading the change.
As a global consultant, Margaret has led executive teams in Japan, keynoted future-focused conferences in Europe, Asia and North America, worked in Paris on French-American mergers and global summits, educated executive teams on cross-cultural differences, and conducted women's studies in the US, Europe, Latin America and Asia. She has led projects that conducted employee research, focus groups and training in Amsterdam, Hong Kong, Bangalore, Beijing, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Munich, Singapore, Sydney, Mexico City, Frankfurt, London, Paris and other major cities.
Margaret was formerly a Partner and Global Practice Leader for Towers Perrin, where she led the Global Reinventing HR Practice, Global Human Capital Management Practice and the Global D&I Practice. She was also the first women executive in three different organizations.