December 7, 2015 - 12:00pm - December 16, 2015 - 12:50pm
Are you looking to upgrade your business skills and give yourself and your company a competitive edge? Or maybe you are trying to make yourself more attractive to potential employers? Either way, developing your critical thinking skills is one of the most effective ways of achieving either of these goals. If you want to begin the journey down the path to better reasoning, clearer thinking and improved articulation of your ideas please consider joining us beginning Dec 7th 2015 for our OVERCOME YOUR COGNITIVE BIASES!
I’m offering free 2-hour introductory 1-on-1 “deep-dives” for you passionate social innovators. I want to help you to feel more confidence, motivation, and ease in your efforts to make the world a better place! “I’m feeling very motivated, and have made huge progress on my business. I kind of can’t believe how quickly things are coming together, given where I was when we started!” –Brook Thorndycraft, Conflict Resolution Consultant Click here to learn more and to get in touch: https://joshsteinto.wordpress.com/coaching/ I look forward to hearing from you! Josh
Hi there! When was the last time you got to participate in the beginning of a revolution? The beginning of a major change to the way we think and live? If you can’t answer that question, we'd would like to introduce The Fabric of Humanity. We go beyond the idea of fair trade and have created Wearable Philanthropy.
Africa 2050 kicks off on August 13th, 6:30pm at Palantir, and you're invited!
Africa is currently home to six of the world's fastest growing economies, and is projected to account for 40% of the world's youth population by the year 2050. While "Africa Rising" has become the economists' buzz phrase for this immense growth opportunity, Africa 2050 aims to separate the hype from the hard facts and put flesh and bones on the numbers.
We’ve just released the next round of workshop on digital psychology, which we’ll be running in Seattle, Washington, New York City, Chicago, Ottawa, Kitchener, Vancouver, Toronto, and Calgary. This workshop started at CSI, and has grown to attract not just professionals from the non-profit and health sectors, but many of the world’s leading technology companies.