With the world of artificial intelligence and technology changing our lives so quickly, it is easy to be left paralysed, overwhelmed and struggling to understand our workplaces of the future. But we must not let the uncertainty of the future hold us back from the important role we will have in shaping it. This session is focused on repositioning the role our people need to take in developing the future of decision-making, workplaces and culture.
The future will be shaped by people. By the level of curiosity, empathy and ethical decision making we make. This session will compel audiences to rethink what AI means for the future and put the spotlight directly on the critical role they play today and in the future.
“This is without a doubt the best ethics session I have ever attended in my many years as a lawyer!”
- Jennet Butler,
Director, Legal & Regulatory Affairs, Morgans Financial Limited
Exploring our fears around AI including deep fakes and scams to realise that the risk isn't that AI, but how people will use it.
AI doesn't scam people, but bad people using AI may well scam millions!
Busting the old myth that humans are rational, we explore the complexity of human decision making and what makes us tick.
Understanding why people do what they do is the biggest challenge of our time
For the most complex decisions in our lives, intelligence isn't enough. It will be the ethical, empathic & values-based leaders who thrive.
The future of human decisions isn't black or white, but which shade of grey is good & evil
Social media has highlighted our ability to bully, abuse and shoutdown anyone who we don't agre with, we need this to change now.
When we learn to disagree well, we form better ideas. If not, we create silent disdain.
Demystifying a world often left to philisophical thinkers, we focus on inspiring everyone to become the thoughtful change we need.
Now more than ever, we need people to use ethics & empathy to shape tomorrow
Using interactive tools & examples, we explore moral dilemmas to ensure people experience the case for change, live in the room.
We always like to be the hero in our own story, but someone has to be the villian, is it you?
State GM, Westpac