22 November 2023
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
Venue: 200 George
Join us for an evening with global entrepreneur, behavioural scientist and mind hacker, Patrycja Slawuta, as we talk Hacking the Human Connection.
The human brain is hardwired to be social. A sense of belonging affects not only our overall happiness but also our physical and mental health, perceived wealth and crucial decision making capabilities.
The ability to connect deeply, rapidly, and authentically with others is also a hallmark of great leaders and one of the most important business skills in our current post-pandemic world.
And yet, as much as we crave connecting with others, we also fear it the most. In this immersive and intensive keynote event, we will take a deep dive into the newest science behind the why, when and how humans are the ultimate social animal. We will explore the fascinating world of behavioural science and break down the psychology of how to meaningfully connect with others independent of external circumstances.
Most importantly – you’ll get to practice, as practice makes perfect, and leave the event with at least 3 new friends. Because shared joy and learning is doubled joy and learning.
Patrycja Slawuta is an Australia-based, NYC-educated and Poland-born behavioural scientist, successful entrepreneur, and life-long learner.
After spending 10+ years in academia, Patrycja founded SelfHackathon, a NYC-based global boutique behavioural consultancy of scientists that applies evidence-based research to help organizations and enterprises navigate the complexities of human nature in the face of disruption, change and uncertainty.
Patrycja believes the human mind is the world’s most untapped natural resource. As such, her mission is to give people and organizations clear frameworks and practical tools to meaningfully and efficiently mine their own minds in order to find purpose, clarity and alignment. In her free time she runs marathons (28 so far), reads (audiobooks) and meditates. In that particular order.