According to Stanford Iran 2040, the compiled data indicate that the total number of Iranian-born emigrants increased from about half a million people prior to the 1979 revolution to 3.1 million in 2019, corresponding to 1.3% and 3.8% of the country’s population, respectively. Thus, the decision of migrating from Iran has become one of the […]
To begin the Iranian news year, Nowruz, I have made this playlist of my favorite content —TEDTalks, to provide you with your new year’s motivation.
TEDxStockholm, in its new blog series, explores TEDxes from around the world, and their first post featured Reza Ghiabi who shares his take on TEDx culture.
The Public Speaking Matrix is a tool to assess a public speaker. This tool is essential for public speakers, their listeners, and speaker selection juries.
As a summary of all his experiences in public speaking, Reza Ghiabi wrote a couple of lines for you about lecturing and its importance in contrast with the common belief. He states clearly that: Lecturing and rhetorical skills are trivial, a Lecture’s impact depends on other factors.
Reza Ghiabi talked at the TEDxCannes 2016 in France. In this short video, you can watch a short version of the video giving the main idea of why and how we all need to start with what we have, instead of waiting for everything to get perfect. Watch the talk online.
Talking about social and economical situation and potentials within Iran, Ghiabi hosted “Knowing the real Iran” Session at a corner of TEDxCannes event.
Tejarat-e Farda magazine interviewed Reza Ghiabi to find out his TED story and more about TED, TEDx, and TEDxTehran. Read the full article at this link or here:
If you ask any TEDx organizer what is your TEDx story, you’ll get an answer that amazes you. It is now more than six years that TED—a conference with the mission of sharing “Ideas Worth Spreading,” launched one of the world’s most successful programs called TEDx. A TEDx is a TED-like event for the local communities. According […]
As a veteran TEDx organizer, Ghiabi answers to 5 key questions of TEDxInnovations Blog. What do you wish someone told you about managing a team before you organized a TEDx event? Ghiabi: That it is not “management.” It takes “leadership” instead. It cannot feel in any way like an obligation. What have you learned about […]