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How to reshape yourself
Eric BRUN-SANGLARD Blind indoor designer
Eric Brun-Sanglard became an indoor architect after he lost his sight. His topic: “how to reshape yourself” shackes our certainties and shed a new light on unexpected human strengths.
Happiness at work
Laurence VANHEE Chief happiness officer
Laurence Vanhee is the very first Chief Happiness Officer in Belgium. Her vision of happiness at work is at the core innovating managerial solutions. Freedom + Responsibility = Happiness + Performance
The habitat on Mars and elsewhere...
Jérémy SAGET Aerospatial doctor
Jeremy Saget the only French finalist of the ”Mars One Project” which consists in sending candidates to colonize Mars. His topics are diverse: habitation in hostile areas, psychological challenges during emergency situations…
Gilherme Estevão Head of Corporate Relationship, FIAP
How to accelerate the business of the future? Through the digital transformation! It’s not a concept for the future but something by which today's companies have to give maximum attention if they want to keep alive.
Building a resilient mindset: Why positive thinking is not enough!
Andreas Böhm Psychologist and Consultant
The social factors of resilience through self-regulating processes of self-threats, such as negative feedback, self-discrepancies or not yet attained goals.
Corporates in general are bettering the social status of the nation
Soma Valliappan An acclaimed motivational public speaker and an author
Soma Valliyappan is an expert in Human Resource Management and Personality development. He has written over 45 books in Tamil and English on various subjects including emotional intelligence, time management and leadership.
Cooperation and trust in the creation of innovation
Wiktor Gajewski Science and Art Events Director in Copernicus Science Centre
How to develop and test news tools to create some new positive relationships between scientists and non-scientists.