About this event: New global challenges have forced our society to develop innovative solutions, and technology proliferation plays a strong role, however, in the process, individuals are faced with a subtle, yet important, crisis: reality. The generation currently training for its future is faced with the challenge of redefining reality, and the thought-provok...
Event details: Allentown, Pennsylvania, United States · November 22, 2014
About this event: The kaleidoscope represents the diversities, richness of images, and also hides the multifaceted life. Intending to convey a multi-dimensional perspective and positive thinking, the program aims to have good living values and respect the differences, thereby, appreciating the contributions of individuals to the collective.
At the same time, emph...
Event details: Hồ Chí Minh, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam · October 11, 2020
How can mothers with HIV avoid passing it to their kids? In South Africa, Mitchell Besser tapped a new resource for healthcare: moms themselves. The program he started, mothers2mothers, trains new mothers to educate and support other moms.
2006 TED Prize winner Cameron Sinclair is co-founder of Architecture for Humanity, a nonprofit that seeks architecture solutions to global crises -- and acts as a conduit between the design community and the world's humanitarian needs.
Whether speaking to barbers about early literacy, entertaining strangers at comedy clubs, or reading to kindergarteners at a local school, TED Resident Alvin Irby endeavors to make learning relevant and engaging.
A researcher at the London think tank Demos, Charles Leadbeater was early to notice the rise of "amateur innovation" -- great ideas from outside the traditional walls, from people who suddenly have the tools to collaborate, innovate and make their expertise known.
About this event: businessly talking, we all know that management is everything. If you don’t manage your resources properly your business won’t succeed, it’s as simple as that.
In business we put systems in place and train our human capital to manage and execute the systems. If our systems are efficient and our training is adequate, usually the outcome is a d...
Event details: casablanca, Morocco · December 24, 2011
About this event: Join us on Friday, July 29 at The Olivia (315 West 33rd Street). Doors open at 5:00 pm, the screening begins at 5:30 pm. Tickets are available free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis.
For nearly six years, our unique salon has gathered thinkers, doers and change-agents in the spirit of sharing ideas worth spreading. Each event is p...
Event details: NYC, New York, United States · July 29, 2016
About this event: We've lined up a really interesting program of speakers to talk about brainwashing, education, training, sales, management, branding, leadership, anything related to persuading people to believe in you and do what you want. If you want to sell a product, get a promotion or new job, change anything in your life, then this is for you. We'll also h...
About this event: Ever made a mistake? And learned from it?
Failed at something? But tried again?
Suffered a loss? Survived and emerged stronger?
Lessons Learned is a TEDxTysonsSalon event organized to initiate discussion about the spirit of the individual and the power of resilience. Learning from mistakes, overcoming failures and enduring loss. What if ins...
Event details: Vienna, Virginia, United States · October 14, 2017