Chief Business Officer at [X], Google's ‘moonshot’ factory, Mo Gawdat explains how he developed and tested the ultimate equation for happiness.
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Tiffany Dufu - launch team member of Lean In and Chief Leadership Officer of Levo – reveals the individual and economic cost of ‘emotional labour’ and explains how we can forge greater gender equality at home and work.
Former adviser to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and one of the world's leading foreign policy experts, Anne-Marie Slaughter argues for a complete paradigm shift in outdated 20th century statecraft.
Jeremy Myerson, author and academic in design and innovation, explores how designers can reframe social challenges as creative opportunities for change.
Leading authority on urban development and renewal Jonathan F P Rose champions the role of cities in addressing the environmental, economic, and social challenges of the 21st century.
Acclaimed cognitive scientist Steven Sloman explains how our individual ignorance can be trumped by our collective wisdom.
Founder of Prospect magazine David Goodhart offers a compelling explanation for the fault lines that divide Brexit Britain.
Renegade economist Kate Raworth argues that our dangerously outdated economic theories need to be drawn anew.
One of Europe’s most prominent young thinkers, Rutger Bregman, calls for a return to utopian political thinking.
Nils Öberg, Director-General of Sweden’s Prison and Probation Service shares his expertise and insights gained from leading the country’s criminal justice strategy.