The next Project Connect speaker is Phoebe Tickell, an innovator, collaboration catalyst and serial systems entrepreneur living the future of work and shaping the future of education and business.
An experienced facilitator and design thinker, Phoebe will speak at two AUT events in March. She will offer ways that we can design organisations that enable humans to thrive and continue to attract the best talent to have a real and positive impact on the world.
The Keynote Address is on Tuesday 26 March and the Masterclass is on Wednesday 27 March. Both events are at City Campus, in the Sir Paul Reeves Building.
For more information on the event, visit the Eventfinda page
Phoebe Tickell has spent the last 5 years at the edge of experimentation and innovation in areas that are crucial to building human-centred organisations: life-long learning, deep collaboration, and new organisational structures.
Phoebe is pioneering systems development for the practice of working non-hierarchically, establishing innovation programmes and collaborative internal innovation ecosystems, developing future resilience, understanding of technology, and shifting to more decentralised, non-hierarchical and participatory cultures. She is currently working with well-known practitioner Samantha Slade on developing “Going Horizontal” trainings, workshops and resources to develop horizontal leadership. She is an experienced facilitator and design thinker who can support groups in thinking together in innovative ways leading to collective intelligence.