• #ACPA15 Tony Doody: Curiosity, Chaos & a Kid in a Candy Shop

    As children, our propensity for asking questions disappears rapidly and steadily as we approach adulthood. Our schools reinforce this decline by rewarding the importance of being “correct,” rather than being “curious.” In this PechaKucha, Tony masterfully combines research, stories of personal discovery, and powerful images (of his children) to encourage us to learn and develop skills and behaviors that encourage a lifetime of learning. He concludes that in our world of global information and fast-paced technological change–the curious will win.

    About the Speaker
    Tony Doody is an experienced educator, leader, consultant, and nationally recognized speaker. He is a host on Higher Ed Live and is co-chair of ACPA’s Digital Task Force. Tony has presented at over thirty universities and national conferences on topics of leadership, innovation, social media strategies, and technology.

    He has also had over 20 years of international corporate training in the areas of executive coaching, leadership development, risk-taking, presentation skills, marketing, digital leadership, and team cohesiveness. Clients include Johnson and Johnson, Bristol Myers Squibb, Vistakon, Janssen, Navigant, Tumi International, and Aventis Pharmaceuticals. He currently serves as a Director of Student Life on the five New Brunswick/Piscataway campuses of Rutgers University. You can connect with him at https://twitter.com/tonydoody.

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