Friday 17th May, 2013
10:30am to 11:30am
Fearing change is natural and normal for us as humans, but it’s no way to go through life. We’ve been coached and cajoled into embracing change because it’s inescapable, but unfortunately not all change is good. The world is full of people with stupid ideas who are somehow in positions of greater influence and power than we are. Fortunately getting people to help enact the change you believe in is not a matter of happenstance, luck, or sheer authoritative power. If the change you envision is truly worthwhile to others, how are you going to make sure you pull them into the cause? This session will leverage some real world examples from parasitic worms to subway cars in order to demonstrate how a few key behaviors can mean the difference between enacting lasting change or a lifetime of embracing the change of others.
I am the better half of @testdouble bio from Twitter
Todd Kaufman is an agent for change at Test Double, a software studio in Central Ohio.
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