It is at the edge of chaos that transformation is born. To unleash our potential during these times of change is to set loose our imaginings, to pursue our purpose, and to abandon a sense of restrictive control. Each and every one of us has an innate power that often gets buried in doubt, fear, and hesitation. Now is the time to unearth our gifts through creativity/co-creation, learning, wellness, positivity, and play. Join us in the second installment of our Design the Future series of free online events, Unleash Our Potential - October 28th, hosted by HireWisdom.
You can use this form to sign up to deliver a 10-minute TED-style talk, participate in a panel or interview, or propose a paid workshop. We are also still looking for people to interview (20-30 minutes) before and after the main event. And if you would like to propose a paid workshop we are scheduling those for October.
Full event recording.
We find ourselves in a suspended moment; between what was known and what is still unknown. The old order is fading, and a new one is emerging. Rather than passively allowing this historic moment to pass us by, we are actively engaging in creating our ideal reality. Driven by this challenge and opportunity, HireWisdom will be hosting a free online event: Design the Future. Our mission is to help co-create a just, prosperous future society that promotes cooperation, equality, and equity for everyone. Are you in?
This event is part of a series of Design The Future events sponsored and hosted by HireWisdom.org.
Lisa is an applied anthropologist and design researcher with over 25 years' experience in the tech industry, food/beverage, and advertising/media. She is also a disabled veteran, activist, educator, and advocate.
John is based in New Zealand where he heads up multiple consulting efforts in the areas of strategic planning, art, futurism, education, and healthcare.
Jo is a collaborative leader, coach, and consultant specializing in diversity and gender equity, passionate about solving the diversity brain drain in STEM.
Chris is a design anthropologist and people-centered strategist specializing in the workplace and built environments.
Melissa's expertise lies in organizational studies, with a focus on globalization processes, socio-cultural practices, and the future of work.