Why diversity is necessary for innovation and learning

Lecture by
Boris Nikolai Konrad

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Why diversity is necessary for innovation and learning

Memory needs diversity to develop effectively. Consequently, lived diversity in companies leads to significant competitive advantages. This is what this lecture shows. 5 star speaker and neuroscientist Dr. Boris Nikolai Konrad explains impressively why our brain works more efficiently in a diverse work environment. Diversity in the working world stimulates the memory of entrepreneurs and employees and ensures more creativity, innovation and learning ability.

"How we learn and which ideas we form depends on what is already stored in our brain," explains Boris Nikolai Konrad, PhD, brain researcher. Those who have varied experiences in their everyday working life and work with numerous different employees as well as mixed teams are open to new, creative ways of finding solutions and put themselves in other perspectives more easily. On the other hand, those who are only surrounded by similar work colleagues hardly know anything else. In such a uniform environment, innovative thinking then becomes difficult. Mental flexibility is also promoted by the ever-growing multicultural society. Those who deal with different cultures and customs, are open to new things and question things will automatically develop new ideas.

In his lecture, speaker Boris Nikolai Konrad therefore advocates living, learning and teaching in diversity. For the memory trainer, diversity is not only a question of consciously dealing with cultural, gender and physical differences in companies, but above all an underestimated potential to boost our thinking performance to the maximum.

Companies that recognise and use this potential thus promote a positive working climate in which everyone is welcome and valued. But beyond that, they are constantly learning and developing. In this way, they are always a leap ahead of other companies and drive innovative ideas forward. Brain researcher Boris Nikolai Konrad illustrates why diversity is a valuable advantage, especially in times of increasing digitalisation and artificial intelligence. As a trend-setting and entertaining speaker, he shows the connections between diversity and learning from each other.

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