Why the public doesn't “get” what futurists try to tell them

  • 14 Sep 2016
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Café Express, 3418 North Lamar Boulevard, ATX 78705


Do you ever have to persuade your boss, your co-workers, your clients, your investors, your audience, your friends or your family that the future will look very different from today? How does that work out for you?

This is your chance to hear from the master how you can communicate better (and maybe you won't even have to use tired expressions like 'disruptive' or 'unicorn'.)

With years of success helping thought leaders find their voice and communicate complex issues to a wider audience, Dr. Liz Alexander will share her thoughts on how futurists can better communicate their insights. (Homo Sapiens as a Corporal Core with Detachable Cyborg Parts,” anyone?) 

Fledgling futurist, “Dr. Liz,” may be a Boomer, but she’s always acted more like a post-Millennial with respect to her portfolio career. A professional journalist, she’s a regular contributor to Fast Company on the future of work; helps executives and consultants devise and write thought leading books (of which she’s written or co-authored 19 titles to date); speaks internationally on topics like the automation of the C-suite, and offers a Mastermind course to help futurists, foresight specialists and futures-related fields more successfully communicate their value to prospective clients and the media. 

*Please note there is a minimum order of at least $8.90 per person from the café. Save your appetite for dinner with us!

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