Stacy Smith [ 21 MAR 2017 | Bias Mapping | 15:44 ] Today, I want to tell you about a pressing social issue. Now, it’s not nuclear arms, it’s not immigration, and it’s not malaria. I’m here to talk about
Ivor Tymchak [ 6 MAR 2017 | Storytelling | 5:42 ] You often see this legend “Knowledge is Power” above library doorways and such like. But it’s not true. Knowledge is not power. The application of knowledge is power.
Brian Reverman [ 9 FEB 2015 | Storytelling | 11:15 ] We often see films that say they are based on a true story. But whose stories are true? Are any stories free of bias and agenda? There’s a long
Doug Lipman [ 5 JUN 2013 | Storytelling ] The natural method of storytelling does NOT involve writing out a script, or memorizing even an outline of any kind. The natural method of storytelling is all about repeatedly telling the
Guy Kawasaki [ 4 JUN 2013 | Innovation Economics ] I am going to talk to you today about what I learned from Steve Jobs. I worked for Steve Jobs twice in my life. The first time from 1983 to
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie [ 12 APR 2013 | Storytelling ] I would like to start by telling you about one of my greatest friends, Okoloma Maduewesi. Okoloma lived on my street and looked after me like a big brother. If
Malcolm Gladwell [ 14 FEB 2013 | Mindset ] I was recently asked to give a public lecture at the University of Pennsylvania on the subject of “proof.” My question is: How much proof do we need about the harmfulness
Geena Davis [ 11 FEB 2013 | Bias Mapping, Storytelling ] I am here today because I share a very similar passion and mission with the Women’s Foundation — to support, encourage and advocate for women and girls to reach
Jack Hitt [ 5 JUN 2012 | Storytelling | 15:14 ] Award winning journalist and contributing editor the the New York Times Magazine Jack fights a crazy super that insists he’s an undercover spy.
Paul Bacon [ 9 FEB 2012 | Storytelling ] An unauthorized nap puts a police officer in a compromising position.