PurpleBeach Experience 2016

From Me, Myself and I toward Crowds, Communities and Networks

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PurpleBeach Experience 2016

Tanya Byron, Theodore Zeldin and Peter Vogt join Annemie Ress at the PurpleBeach Experience 2016 to discuss the shift from Me, Myself and I toward Crowds, Communities and Networks.

How social media damages child development

Child psychologist Tanya Byron talks at PurpleBeach's London gathering about the pressures children are under in today's society and how social media affects their sense of identity.

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We are not doing enough to protect young people from the internet and social media says Tanya Byron, in conversation with Annemie Ress

Best known for her work as a child therapist on television shows Little Angels and The House of Tiny Horrors, psychologist Tanya Byron lead a 2008 review for the UK Government published as “Safer Children in a Digital World”. According to Tanya, 50% of all adult mental health problems will show themselves in early teens. This is a time when the brain is very ‘plastic’ due

Connecting with people ignites opportunities for success says Peter Vogt

We can do powerful things when we open up to new insights from employees, said Peter Vogt, leading employee engagement expert and ‘the guy who invented employee brand’. Peter described his work as helping companies become better places to work, where people feel valued and respected. As a result, employees become more connected to customers and want to create better communities. Pete is also ‘super big open’ abo

Theodore Zeldin offers ‘long answers to short questions’

At Purple Beach 2016, Annemie Ress talked to Theodore Zeldin, Oxford academic and author of ‘An Intimate History of Humanity’, about individuals, couples, communities and other matters. Here are some notes from their conversation. Has there been a shift from individuals to communities? TZ: Recent shifts from ‘individuals’ to communities are really a step back in time. Peo

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Who are you? The great adventure of our time

Theodore Zeldin, Oxford academic and author of ‘An Intimate History of Humanity’, discusses understanding truth, the art of conversation and creating couples of the mind at PurpleBeach's London gathering.

Connecting ignites opportunities for success

Peter Vogt - ‘the guy who invented employee brand’ - talking at PurpleBeach's London gathering about how companies can become better places to work and do powerful things when they open up to new insights from their employees.

Live Postcards from PurpleBeach Experience 2016

We are not doing enough to protect young people from the internet and social media says Tanya Byron, in conversation with Annemie Ress

Best known for her work as a child therapist on television shows Little Angels and The House of Tiny Horrors, psychologist Tanya Byron lead a 2008 review for the UK Government published as “Safer Children in a Digital World”. According to Tanya, 50% of all adult mental health problems will show themselves in early teens. This is a time when the brain is very ‘plastic’ due

Connecting with people ignites opportunities for success says Peter Vogt

We can do powerful things when we open up to new insights from employees, said Peter Vogt, leading employee engagement expert and ‘the guy who invented employee brand’. Peter described his work as helping companies become better places to work, where people feel valued and respected. As a result, employees become more connected to customers and want to create better communities. Pete is also ‘super big open’ abo

Theodore Zeldin offers ‘long answers to short questions’

At Purple Beach 2016, Annemie Ress talked to Theodore Zeldin, Oxford academic and author of ‘An Intimate History of Humanity’, about individuals, couples, communities and other matters. Here are some notes from their conversation. Has there been a shift from individuals to communities? TZ: Recent shifts from ‘individuals’ to communities are really a step back in time. Peo

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