Maggie Ullman asserts that if one wants to make change, you first have to figure out what type of change maker you are - eihter a what person, a why person, or a how person.
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Change and the Safety of Insanity
BY KRISTIN MCDONALD
@ VOL 25
ON AUG 09, 2015
Kristin McDonald speaks of how change can be scary but that it is absolitely needed if you are to grow. Do you recall Blockbuster Video? Maybe? Where are they now? Did they embrace change or did they decide to ride the Usual Wave? Listen as McDonald speaks about the need for change!
Making Boys Cry, and Other Ways to Change the World
BY KYLIE HELTERBRAND
@ VOL 20
ON DEC 01, 2015
In Making Boys Cry, and Other Ways to Change the World from PechaKuhca Night San Antonio Vol. 20, Kylie Helterbrand, an eighth-grade student graduating high school in 2020, isn’t waiting until commencement to start changing the world. Already, global issues like climate change, terrorism, the wage gap and marriage equality are front-and-center in her world. Despite how daunting these challenges appear, she also knows they’re not insurmountable. She challenges audiences and her peers alike to get started making positive change today.
Creative Change Agents
BY LAURA KISAILUS
@ VOL 3
ON APR 10, 2015
Laura Kisailus and Michael Matera are change agents. They share the process of making change happen through problem solving using an example of rearranging a workspace. What seems like a small bit of housekeeping turns out to have a significant impact on work.
Theatre Can Change The World
BY JENNY BALLARD
@ VOL 6
ON OCT 27, 2017
Jenny Ballard believes the Arts are our best chance of changing our world for the better, and theatre is her art of choice. This presentation will examine theatre's positive effects on society, and its ability to change our society for the better, even if it's just one audience member or artist at a time.
Change from Within - The Power of Intrapreneurship
BY GIB BULLOCH
@ VOL 15
ON NOV 30, 2017
Today, over half of the largest economies in the world are global businesses - controlled by the few, while impacting the many. Business has the power to change the world. Gib Bulloch asks: what if we, as individuals, had the power to change the world of business?