New groundbreaking immersive documentary by multi award-winning social entrepreneur
“A brain expanding, mind altering, perception shifting experience.” Netflix
-Pioneering interactive documentary co-produced by neuroscientists and psychologists.
-Proven to reduce anxiety and increase wellbeing, decision making and problem solving.
Tickets are now on sale for Season One of the Uncertainty Experts. A groundbreaking three-part live immersive documentary series that has been shown in academic tests to reduce anxiety, increase empathy and improve decision-making and problem-solving.
Broadcast live: Tuesday 9th, 16th & 23rd November 2021, with three screening times for a global audience 9am, 5pm and 8:30pm GMT. Tickets are £150.
The unique format includes:
3 x live 1-hour sessions online presented by Sam Conniff and his team of Uncertainty Experts - gang leaders who became business leaders, scientists who transitioned gender, refugees who became CEOs, ex-prisoners who are now changing laws and saving lives and many, many more tackling three negative impacts of Uncertainty; Fear, Fog & Stasis
Outside of sessions deeper personal reflection and content is sent including audio notes & prompts, podcasts, video content and / or reading material based on your personal interactions in the show
Anonymous and personalised analysis through your own scientific questionnaire and interactivity behaviour throughout the show that reveals how you handle uncertainty.
Robust scientific measures are taken, before and after, and individuals ‘Uncertainty Tolerance Scores’ are added to their profiles with actionable steps and advice.
The documentary series has been scientifically proven after a pilot of 500 attendees to reduce anxiety and increase empathy, decision making and problem solving.
“What has emerged from the data is changes in not just skill sets but mind sets. We are seeing actual neuroplasticity* and that is impressive”, there is a clear increase seen over the series of metacognition, how they reflect on themselves. This is huge, as incredibly hard to do outside of therapy courses. Having worked in entertainment, science and education, this is exceptional. Katherine Templar Lewis - Behavioural Psychologist, NeuroScientist
“Participants were shown to be more comfortable with taking advantage of uncertainty. They reported higher positive affective reactions, and lower negative ones. Participants also rated their self-efficacy as higher after the Uncertainty Experts intervention.” Dr Avri Bilovich PHD, Decision Making In Uncertainty Laboratory, Brain Sciences Department, UCL.