When genetic choice becomes personal
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Alastair O'Neill |
• December 2017
About the speaker
Genetic choice advocate
Alastair O'Neill is on the frontline of new ways of working, anticipating the needs of businesses in the future. His workshops foster boundary-crossing problem-solving, creative thinking and analytical skills. He actively encourages diversity of thought and facilitates innovation through collaboration. O'Neill received a BA in Media and Communications from University of New South Wales, where he was nominated for the Bruce Petty Award for Best Animation for his short film on youth homelessness. He did a gap year as a teacher in the UK and still draws upon that experience today to guide his sessions at Westpac.
About TED Institute
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