Digital Well-Being Economy 2022

Digital, Well-Being & Economy Forum

Re-think, Re-shape, Re-Skill

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New World Digital conditions have changed the meanings of: work, leisure, education and  impacts on economies. Digital well-being’s ability to incorporate  digital transformation requires: knowledge exchange, global agreements and tools to provide a healthy benefit for humankind.

What is DWE?

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How companies are dealing with digital transformations, employees management and stakeholders demands in a digitalized society? DWE host conversations about what organizations did pre- and post- 2020 around employees well-being and behavioral health

International experts will share experiences focusing on developing benchmark indicators that must be defined, evaluated and managed.

Well-being and behavioral health

Digital transformation demands an adjustment about the meaning of human work vs AI, what we expect from employees in exchange for their time, knowledge, energy, and engagement. Technology adoption changes the nature of work.

Nowadays, digital transformation is linked to Well-being & psychological health in terms of we need professionals with soft skills such as autonomy, problem solving, and networking requires employees' psychological resources to deal in interconnected environments. We discuss how digital changes redefine work relations and human added value acquires more relevancy.


Even if one wants to be informed about trends,  an overdose of tasks and information make it difficult to process  important knowledge correctly.

Specific Workshops, lead by international experts,  enable us  to keep in mind the worldwide evolution of the economical, social and cultural trends of being digital and its impact on economy.

Where we meet?

Mallorca Spain

March, 2nd - 4th, 2022

The Forum will be held in  Mallorca, an international destination with activities  located in the North Coast.

Sustainability is achieved  by having  a balanced distribution of people in the  territory. Working remotely is changing our  lifestyle priorities, workplace concepts and decisions for where we choose to live.

The chosen destination for this forum is an example of this migration to outside capitals and its implications act as DWE’s purpose


Why to join DWE Forum?

Re-thinking work

The Digital world works  24/7  365 days of the year and  50% of internet traffic is non human. Work is a mix between humans and AI. Do we ask employees to do the same than algorithms do?

Our Behavioral health is in risk if we do not re-think work. Cyberattacks take advantage of humans lack of digital skills, but we ask people to work as robots, or answer faster than programs. Work has changed, how about your company?

Re-think work/workers and the new role of people in the digital society.

Re-shape the workplace concept

One century ago, people moved to the cities in order to contribute to a work model based on location. The 2022 trend is moving back to towns or be knowmad. Objectives of this workshop: 

  • What’s Re-shaping organizational culture?
  • Benefits of Digital Well-being apps.
  • Develop a new cultural narrative about what it means to work in our life.

Re-skill leadership in a digital age

Digital leadership means manage digital identity, work relations with humans and AI systems.

Growth mindset, influence, collaboration and communication in VUCA environments are the new set of skills that leaders should develop. How’s your company leading the change? 


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