HOW TECHNOLOGY FORCES US TO BECOME HUMAN
Key words: digital distraction, work automation, culture change, meaning and purpose
Within always on mobile technology and the coming robotics revolutions, we are rapidly losing touch with what makes us human. However, the overwhelming stress of the digital age is also leading to a contemplative turn inwards, where we are beginning to ask fundamental questions about what it is that makes us human.
Ronan is at the forefront of this inquiry, having founded Alter Ego, an annual gathering of high profile leaders who are rethinking the self in society.
In this talk, Ronan takes audiences through three big cultural shifts are are shaping what it means to be a human: our vulnerability, spirituality and personal growth. By understanding these forces and how leaders are integrating them into their work places, you can understand how to build organisations that are fully human and prepared for tomorrow.
To learn more about Ronan’s perspective, you can read his article Making the Personal Political.