The human brain has evolved to keep us alive in the savanna by learning to compete and to cooperate. These two states have existed in human brains for as long as humans have existed. The instinct to compete worked well for small, tribe-sized challenges, but in the current day, this instinct works against us and global problem-solving. Steve Wourgiotis explains how to suppress our brain’s natural instinct to compete and learn to collaborate on a global scale.
Talk Categories: Humanity
Leadership is both art and science. It should be seen as something of a sacred calling, too, given the magnitude of the challenges we face. Dr. Jessica McWade argues that the best leaders walk what she calls The L Path, using Learning, Laughing, Losing and Living to inspire their people — and themselves.
First impressions are the unconscious categorization of people. In order to change the outcome of first impressions, Quita Christison is redefining the “5 Second Rule” with a new 5 Second Rule: STOP, See The Other Person.
Technology is inherent and ubiquitous in everything. In order to thrive in the ever changing technological world and workplace, you must adapt. Kartik Sakthivel is helping to shape how generations think and react to changes in technology.