Work/Marketplace 2020 is about Inspiration, inspired wisdom, and then skillfulness and motivation [See attached banner].
If I were to reconstruct the very famous words of Donald Gee (the Christian scholar and Englishman), which emphasizes ‘Inspiration’ in the context of ministry; if I were to adapt it to our contemporary work/marketplace, I would attempt, firstly, to lay a foundation.
That is: that in the complexity of our troubled world, the best skillset and the right motivation are no longer enough. Not enough for either an employer or employee to keep a sound mind and remain focused on set objectives and goals. Given that, there is an increasingly high-pressured socio-economic work/marketplace environment generated and defined by a post-secular culture. So, I say no, the best of skillset and motivation are certainly no longer sufficient in avoiding or reducing physical & mental health breakdowns.
I would then say that in addition to those best practices (highly required towards personal and business fulfillment), we are now face-to-face with a critical need for more and more of inspired wisdom in the 21st century. A need far beyond the limits of our humanity but which needs to be met if we are to achieve the expected end for the year 2020 and beyond. This is what Work/Marketplace 2020 is about (Paul E. Momoh - Keynote Speaker).