These days, there is more and more conversation about what it means to be constantly-
connected. With the western world’s ever-growing reliance on personal computers and smart phones, people are beginning to ask what exactly these digital habits will mean for future generations. Every week it seems there is a new story or study about how best to reconnect with our non-digital selves.
The Wisdom 2.0 Conference, now in its 4th year, has become a major hub for this conversation. The 2013 conference will bring together leaders from technology and business, including Huffington Post founder Arianna Huffington, Ford Motor Company Executive Chairman Bill Ford, Twitter co-founders Evan Williams and Biz Stone, and LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner; along with spiritual teachers and authors such as Marianne Williamson, Jon Kabat-Zinn, and Sherry Turkle. Together they will explore the great challenge of our age: to not only live connected to one another through technology, but to do so in ways that are beneficial to our own well-being, effective in our work, and useful to the world.
True Colors International while exhibiting will be performing very quick interactive seminars that energize delegates and any organization's employees where it will have everyone interacting together in a way you never thought possible. Empowering individuals to identify their needs, values and strengths, will allow them to recognize both within themselves and in others how attributes are formed and what roles different personalities play.
True Colors International builds foundations of any event or employee training initiative by taking profiling to a new level and teaching people the dynamics of human interaction. The concept allows your delegates or employees to consider the four essential elements, that when applied to everyday life, will promote emotional wellbeing, employee engagement, human connection and assist with any diversity program.
Delegates and employees are drawn closer together from this strength based interactive assessment, where they themselves discover who they are through the experience.
Together, Wisdom 2.0 presenters and participants explore ways for the constantly connected modern person to evolve and thrive in a dramatically changing world. “There is little question whether the external technologies of our age, from computers to cell phones, will continue to advance,” says Gordhamer. “The more vital question is whether our ‘internal technologies’
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