It’s a month since I organised the first Dare Conference about people skills for digital workers (videos, photos, write-ups). As I tweeted at the time, I’ve never made anything I’m as proud of. Although I lost a large amount of money on the event (backstory), most of our choices paid off:
- People were moved by the talks, saying they’d never seen this level of honesty on stage.
- People said they’d never felt this comfortable at a conference nor met so many people they want to stay in touch with.
- Online we had several thousand livestream views and 75k photo views.
- Some people said #dareconf changed their lives.
Continue reading To change anything you need self-compassion (what we learned at #dareconf)
Last month I had the pleasure of presenting at Webdagene in Oslo. It’s Norway’s leading web and digital conference, organised by Netlife Research, a remarkable company.
Continue reading Video: content, culture & digital transformation
It’s a week after Dare Conference, and I’m still feeling overwhelmed. Three days, 28 speakers, 100 attendees, 8 countries. The strap line is, “people skills for digital workers.” We talked about change, culture, courage, vulnerability, failure, compassion, success… and people were honest in a way I’ve never seen before. #dareconf changed people:
And it can change you too. We’re posting video of the entire event—main stage talks in HD video, breakout stage talks as audio and slides—and we’re asking you to donate £20 to recoup costs so we can return next year. (So far we’ve posted 5 talks from day 1, over 3 hours of content. More soon.)
You can help us make this community sustainable by spreading the word: blog about it, email your friends and colleagues, share the link on social media. And let me know how you respond to the videos. Thank you.