Matters of Moment Free Talk Ver 2.1 June 20 2019


Matters of Moment Free Talk Ver 2.1, Thurs 20 June 2019, 07:30, Johannesburg.

An other in a series of opportunities to participate in informal conversations about the world we inhabit. By Ian Widdop - Partner at Correlation Coaching.

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About Matters of Moment:

We live in an age of information overload, pressure of pace, deadlines, trends and frequent changes in technology. We've accepted that life is not going to slow down, so how do we find ways to diminish the gap?. What gap you may ask? - The gap between disempowered, unconnected people and those on the opposite side of the spectrum. This could include the gap between genders, between the haves and the have-nots, and other divisions that appear in our daily lives.

How can we make a difference, not only in our own lives, but in society as whole?

Join us in discussing these Matters of Moment.

Warm regards

Ian


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Matters of Moment Free Talk - Picture of Ian WiddopAbout Ian Widdop.

My background in consulting, coaching and learning has exposed me to many interesting and diverse conversations about the state of the world and the trends in behaviours of fellow global inhabitants. My interest has expanded exponentially in the last few years as some extraordinary events have occurred on the socio-politico-economic scene. All around the world.

Trying to join the dots has become a passion – and I recognize this attitude in many others. People sense the world is on the verge of something potentially destabilising at the least and destructive at another extreme.

Can technosociology – the intersection between scientific and technological innovations and social phenomena – rescue the situation? Have we gone too far already?

How bewildered, frightened or excited are you about the future?

How hopeful are you about the prospects for your grandchildren’s grandchildren?