Agnis Stibe Keynote Speaker
- Founder of TRANSFORMS.ME
- Professor of Transformation at EM Normandie
- 3x TEDx Speaker
Agnis Stibe's Biography
Agnis Stibe is a global thought leader on vectoral transformation and founder providing disruptive methodology and tools for designing lasting change. His work is focused on activating transformation gene, empowering human energetic intelligence, integral investment leadership, sustainable behavior design, demystifying artificial intelligence, social psychology, and neuroscience.
He was the founder of the Transforming Wellbeing Theory (TWT). At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT Media Lab), he established research on Persuasive Cities that encourage healthy and sustainable living. He believes that our world can become a better place thought purposefully designed urban spaces that successfully blend technological advancements with human nature.
Dr. Stibe continues advancing and applying the work on Transforming Sociotech Design (TSD) that leverages socio-psychological theories to design sustainable transformations of our societies towards wellbeing.
His 3 TEDx talks keep gaining global popularity.
Agnis provides exceptional expertise in transforming lives and organizations. He helps finding and successfully removing the root causes of behavioral challenges that you might have had unresolved for far too long. First, he helps activating of your Transformation Gene.
After that, your uplifted identity naturally begins igniting countless transformations in yourself and others. You will evidence how your teams are moving up towards hyper-performance. You will see how your communities are transforming towards higher states of wellbeing. You will celebrate your city becoming an integral place for prosperity. Ultimately, you will enjoy the deepest sensations of innate human flourishing at its fullest potential. Every corporate environment fundamentally relies on human performance. Business results are determined by people making countless decisions. The quality of every decision depends on the capacity of individuals to accelerate their desired transformations.