© 2019 by Noah Isserman

Speaking

LEARNING FOR 2065

Today's university students and early-career professionals will likely still be working in 2065.  What does the future of work hold for them?  What have they been taught so far about careers—and what assumptions might they have about their own careers?  And how should leaders and employers attract, retain, and support talented young people?

VENTURESOME LEADERSHIP WITH PURPOSE

We do our best work, and create our most ambitious ideas, when we are tapped into what we care most about.  How do we identify what we actually care about?  How do we understand where those passions fit into a broader context—socially, economically, politically, technologically?  And what tools can we use to channel that passion into new programs, firms, nonprofits, and inititatives?

SPARKING AND SUPPORTING CHANGEMAKERS

How do we create and cultivate the ideas that will become our next movements, initiatives, or startups?  We've been doing this for thousands of years—so what are the tools from design thinking, the explosion of accelerators and incubators, and the worlds of philanthropy and venture capital that can help us grow our next ventures?