Don’t Get Fired by a Robot: How Social Intelligence Outwits Artificial Intelligence
Why did entrepreneur Elon Musk say artificial intelligence (AI) scares him more than nuclear warfare?
AI is showing up to some degree in all of our organizations. What is it we humans can do to differentiate ourselves in an increasingly automated workforce? Are you preparing your employees for this new reality, by helping them increase their productivity and performance?
What makes us most human, our Social Intelligence, is becoming our most important skill set. In this webcast we’ll describe a model of Social Intelligence and provide ideas you can apply to help transform your workforce into a more effective, socially intelligent organization.
Join Dr. Casey Mulqueen and Dan Day, two behavioral learning experts who’ve helped people develop their Social Intelligence all around the world, with a very special appearance by Dr. William Klepper, Director of Executive Education at Columbia University, as they share with you:
- An explanation of artificial intelligence and how it will increasingly impact your life
- The definition of Social Intelligence and the four keys to achieving it
- Strategies to change your behavior to become more socially intelligent
- How companies have successfully employed training that leads to Social Intelligence
Dr. Casey Mulqueen
Dr. Casey Mulqueen is often asked to define Social Intelligence and describe its impact on personal and organizational effectiveness. As the architect behind the Adaptive Mindset learning series, he helps connect research and theories to practical, actionable training concepts. Dr. Mulqueen’s work has been featured in Forbes, Inc., Chief Learning Officer, Talent Management and Fast Company. He is a member of the American Psychological Association, the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology and the International Association of Applied Psychology.
Dr. William Klepper
Professor Klepper joined Columbia Business School in 1996 after 30 years as a general manager in higher education. He teaches Executive Leadership in the Executive MBA program and serves as Faculty Director of the partnership with Financial Times/Outstanding Directors Exchange on corporate governance. His book, The CEO’s Boss: Tough Love in the Boardroom, was ranked as one of the Top Five Books by The Wall Street Journal’s livemint.com. The second edition, which includes his Columbia CaseWorks governance case studies, will be published in the fall of 2018.
Dan Day helps people and organizations improve productivity and leadership through heightened Social Intelligence skills. He was on the BI Worldwide executive team when it achieved the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award for organizational performance excellence. As a published author and speaker, Dan helps leaders and teams achieve higher performance by becoming more versatile, resilient and agile.