Creating meaningful connections in at technology crazed world.
Danny talks about the chaos that technology can bring into our lives. The very thing that’s meant to make us more independent, productive, and connected can actually be driving us apart.
About the speaker
Danny Kim catalyzes individuals and organizations to perform at their best.
Danny is an Organizational Consultant at Centauric –a global consultancy based in La Jolla, San Diego. He is a gifted facilitator who creates psychologically safe environments for individual thinking and group collaboration. As a coach, he is experienced in helping individuals design their personal and professional callings. As a keynote speaker, Danny inspires movement and momentum through his energy and storytelling.
Danny works with individuals and organizations of all sizes creating compelling experiences to help teams maximize their potential. He is an on-call faculty at the Center for Creative Leadership as well as an experienced Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach.
Danny holds a Masters of Divinity and is currently working on his doctorate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology. His current research is on Digital Well-Being, Smartphone Addiction, and Emotional Intelligence. Danny is a classically trained violinist, surf enthusiast and will have a cup of coffee with just about anyone!
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I wonder if we're losing our ability to create and be creative because we're stuck in this technology chaos. — Danny Kim
Isn't it ironic that the thing that helps us work and connect with people is the thing that distracts us and focus. — Danny Kim
Technology, unfortunately, is like a double-edged sword; it has both the power to enhance our lives and also to destroy it. — Danny Kim
Technology gives us this illusion that we can be everywhere and do anything when in reality we’re nowhere and can’t get anything done. — Danny Kim
It’s difficult sometimes just to be merely present. And the flip side of it is, sometimes it’s difficult to be around other people, isn’t it? The fear of rejection, being judged, not knowing what your relationship is like with that other person. — Danny Kim