A TED Circle is an interactive experience where we meet-up for conversations about ideas, in this present space, we’re taking it digital.
Think of it as a book club for TED Talks where you’re invited to discuss our current topic, learn new things and meet like minded people.
Topic - "Designing for Humanity"
As a carry over from the very popular April Circle (Nationalism vs Globalism) we are going to explore the concept of “value”. Does a charity add value? What is the value of the environment? What other factors do we not measure that we feel is valuable to society?
We explore these and other concepts in “Designing with Humanity”.
Featured Guest - Professor Andrew MacLeod, BA/LLB, LLM, GAICD.
Professor Andrew MacLeod is the author of the book A Life Half Lived and is an expert in areas of corporate reform and profitability, stakeholder management, leadership, negotiations, global affairs, security and terrorism. He is one of the founders of HearTheirCries.org, a Swiss based association aimed at eliminated child exploitation and abuse in the aid industry, advising several governments speaking to international media.
Host - Jon Yeo, Head of Curation, TEDxMelbourne
How to participate in the TED Circle -
1. Register via Eventbrite
2. Watch our featured talk (see video above) - "What is economic value and who creates it?"
3. Join the event and the conversation
4. Be inspired by the sharing of ideas
We look forward to seeing you!
** Please note this session will not be recorded so will not be replayed at a later date.