What can a neuroscientist, entrepreneur, and a former gang leader teach you about how to not just survive, but thrive creatively in uncertain times?
Burnout is at an all-time high, resilience is at an all-time low, and our intolerance for uncertainty is at the heart of it all.
Join a unique taster of the ground-breaking new format – part live-learning, part documentary, and part psychological intervention – scientifically proven by researchers from UCL’s Brain Sciences Laboratory to increase Uncertainty Tolerance.
From smugglers turned trauma specialists to refugees turned CEO’s to addicts turned activists, these are lessons learned in overcoming uncertainty taught in the shadows and applied to everyday life. This half hour talk is a taster of insight into how revolutionary ideas can be borne from uncertainty, and actionable insights, results and takeaways and from the experiment itself that you can take into your day to day life.
Created and co-presented by award-winning social entrepreneur, agency founder and creative disruptor Sam Conniff and behavioural psychologist and neuroscientist Katherine Templar Lewis.