The “murder” of the conversation starts to be examined and judged by the court of public opinion. Personally, I am an avid user of technology, and do not even remotely think to abolish all that we have thanks to new communication tools, but I think we can (perhaps must) go talk to someone, not only through the Net.

The conversation has a special feature: the slow approach that allows the thoughts to mature, as opposed to speed and multitasking compulsion that fuels the continual, feverish chatter through email, SMS, social networks, various phones.

In the midst of a world where so many are disengaged, cynical and apathetic, isn’t it time for some fresh air? Isn't it time to join together in building a refreshing, new community founded upon “real” relationships, “real” thought leadership, and “authentic” engagement? NO Clutter. NO Spam. NO NO Fees. NO Promotions. NO Kidding. SIMPLY Pure Engagement Unplugged. ☕️ CLICK TO GRAB YOUR SEAT IN OUR NEW ENGAGE CAFÉ ☕️

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Aldo Delli Paoli
After classical studies and the Bachelor Degree in Law, I have had experience of teaching law and economics in high school, completed the legal and notarial practice, admitted to the lawyer bar since 1975, I worked as a civil lawyer for about 4 years. In 1970 I joined General Motors Acceptance Corporation, Italy, the financing company of General Motors, where I made different kinds of experience serving in leadership roles and as a CEO as well as a board member (credit collection, district manager, retail contract acquisition, wholesale and retail credit risk manager, recruitment and training of Human Resources, analysis and management of corporate law issues, new branch development, introduction of flexibility tools and outsourcing, partnership projects (SAAB, Subaru), Quality Council, Units relations, branch closures, analysis and restructuring of organizational processes, compliance, change management. In December 2004 I retired maintaining the role of an external member of the Board and head of the Vigilance Committee up to April 2008. I collaborated with the magazine "Autoperator" on financial services matters, to Corriere della Sera & Sole 24Ore on any labor matters.
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Larry Tyler

I use technology and I engage in conversation. Great insight my friend

Kathleen Hendrickson

I appreciate your wise words. The creative dynamics that flow during a conversation bring synergistic insights. I was pleased when I first found that conversations on Zoom retain this quality.