For the past decades, Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson has been at the forefront of teaching science to the masses. His singular achievement has been to make the impossible, accessible – and the complex, understandable for millions. In the course of doing this, he’s learned a thing or two about how to teach the hard stuff: how smart fun changes everything and can drive unprecedented engagement.
For all of us seeking to change behavior – whether we’re marketing products or driving employee engagement – there’s a lesson to be learned from Dr. Tyson’s experience. Just when we think our audience could care less, there’s a way to access their drive for higher purpose and trigger lasting change.
In this highly spirited and one-of-a-kind keynote at GSummit (June 10-13), we’ll learn Dr. Tyson’s secrets for building and driving this amazing transformation in people, and he’ll share his hard-fought insights about how you can too. Regardless of your industry, function or specific focus, if your job involves changing behavior and driving engagement, this is a discussion you won’t want to miss.
After the keynote and Q&A, a lucky few will be invited to an intimate session featuring Dr. Tyson and other luminaries in the engagement and gamification space. When you register, you’ll get entered into a random drawing that we’ll do weekly, leading up to GSummit. The earlier you register, the more chances you’ll have to win. Register Now
This year at GSummit we’ve assembled an unmatched roster of star thinkers and doers in the loyalty, HR, marketing, employee engagement, gamification and design fields, including Dr. Tyson, Stanford Professor BJ Fogg and dozens more. We’ve got exclusive day-long workshops where you can earn engagement design certifications, in-depth case studies, dynamic panels, hands-on labs with key experts and tons of opportunities to test out technology, networking with your peers, and have fun.
Join us and find out the secrets of how to drive lasting engagement. GSummit sells out every year – be sure not to miss out in 2014 on the most important learning of the year.