Too often, people brush off their regrets, chosing always to stay positive and look forward. In his latest book, which he will talk about in this event, Daniel Pink points to regrets as a beacon of our individuality that can be leveraged for better decision making and to understand our core values.
Join Grace Lordan where she will be talking to Daniel Pink to understand more about the true value in understanding regret and using it to our advantage.
Meet our speaker and chair
Daniel Pink (@DanielPink) is the author of five New York Times bestsellers, including his latest, The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward. His other books include When and A Whole New Mind — as well as Drive and To Sell is Human. Daniel’s books have won multiple awards, have been translated into 42 languages, and have sold millions of copies around the world.
Grace Lordan (@profgracelordan) is the author of Think Big, the Founding Director of The Inclusion Initiative and Associate Professor at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Her academic writings have been published in top international journals and she has written for the Financial Times, Fortune, Fast Company and Harvard Business Review.
More about this event
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