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Aug 26, 2019

Today’s guest is helping humanity prepare for an increasingly tech-driven future by helping businesses make better human experiences.

With over twenty years of experience helping some of the world’s leading companies innovate, launch, grow, and matter to the people they serve, she is a consultant NS keynote speaker.

She speaks on how data and emerging technologies are shaping the future of human experiences and has written several books, her most recent was “Tech Humanist: How You Can Make Technology Better for Business and Better for Humans.”

Among her prior roles, she was one of the first 100 employees at Netflix and she led one of the first digital strategy and analytics agencies.

Please join me in welcoming Kate O’Neill.

 

 

In this episode we discuss:

  • her thoughts on leadership: “Leadership is doing what’s needed and fulfilling the obligation of the moment. It’s knowing there is a responsibility that needs to be taken or a direction that needs to be set and then just doing it.”
  • how her love of business and networking started early when she helped her mom at Chamber of Commerce events.
  • how her love of programming and her love of writing were apparent from a very young age. She won a programming contest and a writing contest in first grade.
  • her thoughts on failure and the purpose it serves.
  • a reframe she offers on what most people would deem an overuse of technology.
  • her love of augmented reality, serendipity, and meaning and how it all intersects.

Listen, subscribe and read show notes at www.OnTheSchmooze.com - episode 160

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