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Masterclass with Future Crunch Co-founder, Dr Angus Hervey

The call for intelligent optimism

Wednesday, 2 February 2022 at 1 pm AEDT for 1 hour.
Dr Angus Hervey is a political economist specialising in the impact of disruptive technologies on society. He’s the Co-founder of Future Crunch, a group of scientists, artists, researchers and entrepreneurs that believe science and technology are creating a world that’s more peaceful, connected and abundant. Their mission is to foster intelligent, optimistic thinking about the future.

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Dr Angus has designed this timely masterclass for The Coach Place members in recognition that 2022 is going to be dynamic – in more ways than you may have considered!

Amid the predicted ‘great resignation’, environmental challenges and change fatigue – there’s plenty to be optimistic about. Dr Angus will explore the parallels of collapse and renewal. Yes, he'll explain what that means and why this way of thinking will support us in adapting to the challenges that are yet to come.

If the reality of the pandemic has affected your focus, energy or motivation, this masterclass is for you. If you’re keen to refine what ‘opportunity’ means for you, then register now! Individuals and teams will be inspired after this thought-provoking conversation.

Dr Angus is freakishly smart, a great storyteller and we can promise you there’ll be insights that’ll have you feeling better about the world that we live in. Come prepared with your best questions and we’ll see you there.

My ticket
This masterclass is strictly for Coach Place members only and attendance is included in your monthly/ annual membership. To register your place, please email us here and we will send you the code to get your complimentary ticket.

Who is Dr Angus Hervey?
In case you want to know more, Dr Angus was the founding Community Manager of Random Hacks of Kindness – a global initiative from Google, IBM, Microsoft, NASA and the World Bank to create open-source technology solutions to social challenges. He was also the first Editorial Manager for Global Policy, one of the world's leading international policy journals. He holds a PhD in Government and an MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics, where he was also the Ralph Miliband Scholar from 2009–2012. You can read more about Dr Angus here.