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Inspiration

We love to deepen our knowledge and challenge our own thinking. Thankfully, our connected world makes it so much easier to find great content, whether it's a thought provoking book, an inspiring TED talk, some ground-breaking research or a blog that challenges convention. Occasionally something catches our attention and so we've included below a selection of our favourites.

Take me down
Pencil in glass of water
Tzeporah Berman TED Talk
Greta Thunberg At UN Climate Summit
Dan Ariely
Per Espen Stoknes TED Talk
How to avoid a climate disaster By Bill Gates

Bill Gates: How to Avoid a Climate Disaster

Covid-19 has taken our attention for the past 18 months, rightly so, and now we need to turn our attention back to our next existential challenge, our climate and reducing emissions. This excellent book gives us cause for optimism that many of the solutions we need are within our reach. Read more

By Applied Change

Sir Ken Robinson TED Talk

Sir Ken Robinson – Do Schools Kill Creativity

As we move into an era of robots and learning computers we're starting to ask fundamental questions about the role humans will play and what the world of work is likely to look like. Characteristically funny, insightful and emotional the late Sir Ken Robinson opens our eyes to a broader view of intelligence, maybe better suited to what lies ahead.  Read more

By Applied Change

Hit Refresh By Satya Nadella

Satya Nadella – Hit Refresh

Think that some organisations are too big or too well established to change? Think again. Satya Nadella and the team at Microsoft of proven otherwise. Read more

By Mark Vincent

The importance of meaning
Dan Gilbert

Dan Gilbert – Why we make bad decisions

We go through life thinking we're acting logically and based on the information presented to us. In this funny TED talk Dan Gilbert shows us just how easily our judgement is distorted and that leads us to making decisions sometimes that are not as good as we think they are. Read more

By Applied Change