Sophie Wade is a speaker, author and authority on Future-of-Work issues. Her book, Embracing Progress: Next Steps for the Future of Work, is an Executive MBA Program textbook and required reading for several management school leadership courses.

Sophie is Founder and Workforce Innovation Specialist at Flexcel Network, a Future-of-Work consultancy. Sophie’s executive advisory work and transformative workshops help companies futureproof their work environments and attract, engage, and retain their multigenerational and distributed talent. She helps corporations maximize the benefits and minimize the disruption in their transition to talent-focused new work environments.

Sophie has held senior management, strategy and finance roles around the world—in Asia, Europe and the U.S.—working in media, technology, and venture capital for companies such as IMG and Yahoo. With a strategy and finance focus for her first career, she assisted entrepreneurs and major corporations identify, develop and execute strategic initiatives, build teams and ventures and create partnerships. 

She serves on the Board of the New York City chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) having been chapter President 2015-17, and a member of NAWBO National's Presidents' Assembly Steering Committee 2016-19. She is on the NY Advisory Board of Common Sense Media.

Sophie has a BA from Oxford University and an MBA from international business school, INSEAD.



Include Freelancers in Company Culture and Maximize their Value

“Speaker and author, Sophie Wade, explains how freelancers and companies can work together profitably and efficiently. ” December 2019

Perspective & Empathy: Sophie Wade on Critical Soft Skills for the Multigenerational Workplace

“Here’s a look at why perspective and empathy will be critical for organizations to succeed.” November 2019

The Essence of Modern Work Management Is Change: Video Interviews with 3 Work Experts

“The workplace is much more decentralized, and work is much faster. It’s much less predictable.” April 2019

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