TEDxGreensboro Salon Series
TEDxGreensboro Salon events are smaller events that keep a TEDx community engaged between regular TEDx events. It’s unique because you, the participants, are involved in the conversation. We will share TED Talks plus local speakers to build a dialogue with you – the audience.
There will be questions, thoughts and ideas and we will all wrestle with what it all means.
Enrollment is limited and required – come to mix and mingle with other TEDx’ers and to talk about ideas.
Previous TEDxGreensboro Salons & TED Talks
February 2022 Hair. Let’s Talk About It.
April 2021 What We Misunderstand About Misinformation
January 2019 Outwitting Algorithms for Social Change
Empathy is not an endorsement
June 2019 No Room for Mistakes
Our dangerous obsession with perfectionism is getting worse
September 2019 Implicit Bias
Paul Bloom: Can prejudice ever be a good thing?
February 2020 Universal Basic Income
Barry Schwartz: The way we think about work is broken
March 2017 Is Society for Sale? (How do we identify and preserve intrinsic values in civic life?)
Why we shouldn’t trust markets with our civic life
October 2017 Beyond Inclusion – Striving for Mutuality
How to raise a Black son in America
January 2018 Changing the culture that breeds sexual misconduct
A Call to Men
May 23, 2018 Global Ethic versus National Interest
Global Ethic versus National Interest
Fall 2018 Who belongs in a city? (Housing Insecurity)
Who belongs in a city?
October 2015 Nature’s Design Studio (biomimicry)
Using nature’s genius in architecture
January 2016 Sense of Security/Reality of Risk
The Security Mirage
April 2016 Will we lose the “person” in “personnel”? The automated workforce revolution.
What will future jobs look like?
June 2016 Beyond Pink and Blue: Understanding the Concept of Gender
Why is gender identity so important?
September 2016 Even if you’re right, someone else still thinks you’re wrong (What can we learn by giving up the need to be right?)
A letter to all who have lost in this era
December 2016 The Divided States of America
Why Brexit happened and what to do next (The themes were the same as those in the 2016 US election)