The world noisier than it’s ever been. Unfortunately we’re already evolving out of the information age to a place which school has not prepared us for. The good news? The intersection of humanity and technology doesn’t have to be a deadly collision.
Roger Courville is an internationally sought-after expert and analyst on the psychosocial aspects of “connectorship” — engaging people authentically with and through technology.
Once dubbed “The Michael Jordan of Virtual Presentations,” Roger is a multi-book author, award winning writer, and multi-company entrepreneur. His work includes working with organisations as diverse as FedEx, Australia Institute of Training and Development, and American Management Association.
By night Roger volunteers on several non-profit boards, as a taxi driver for his three kids, and as a guitar player for any band unlucky enough to have him.
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