Disruption has two sides and we are surrounded by new and vastly different choices, but we can and will change the way we live and adapt quickly. What will that adaption be? What can we do to take advantage of the enormous upheaval? Does this evolution require technology, or provide a chance to “let it go”? Join this interactive discussion as part of a three-part series on disruption hosted by the Augmented Society Network in the United States.
Please note this event begins at:
- 11 am (Los Angeles - PDT)
- 2 pm (New York - EDT)
- 7 pm (London - BST)
- 8 pm (Berlin - CEST)
No one fully understood the impact the pandemic would have; and we’ve got an exciting road ahead as we continue to come to grips with it. We can learn so much about the way we think and behave in times like these. What if we used this enormous disruption as an opportunity? Listening for an ‘emerging future’ is a term coined by Otto Scharmer (Theory U), as he said, in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic, ‘it is almost made for this moment’.
We talk about people being creative and needing to have new skills to live and work, but now that really does mean venturing deeply into the unknown. Understanding how to turn this into an incredible opportunity is not easy on your own, so come with us on an exploration into what none of us understands and have potentially never experienced before.
Join us to discuss:
- The potential for phenomenal long-lasting change
- Understanding the difference between imagination and real experiences
- Removing the box and really thinking outside of what you know
- Learning to see what we cannot imagine
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