I am a woman of curiosity and awe, with both having positive impact on my business and life-in-general.
As founder and Managing Director of 'business en motion', a management consultancy, I marvel at what makes leaders and organizations tick, what makes them react as they do to change and what drives the behaviors of all. Read more at http://www.businessenmotion.com
My curiosity peaked when I discovered the majority of challenges organizations and leaders (and in fact ourselves!) face come from a lack of connection, with that realization giving birth to a changing leadership model called 'embers of the world'. Read more at http://www.embersoftheworld.com
I'm happy to be with you all (finally!) and look forward to sharing more about my love of the great outdoors, alfresco dining and the ocean's salt spray - life truly couldn't be better!
Fairly excited! The 'embers' portfolio now has a corporate intervention added to its portfolio - one that will have corporate leaders collate a databank of both evidence and insights into the organization’s operational approach against changing environmental needs. Reflect - Connect . Collaborate - Innovate . Become Created by Debbie Nicolhttp://www.embersoftheworld.com 'embers of the world' is a product of 'business en motion'http://www.businessenmotion.com
claire.fenner There arrears to be a glitch for some people with the registration page for Speed Networking in HK on Sept 10th..we're working on it and will let you know once its resolved. Sorry for any inconvenience.
claire.fenner posted in Hong Kong Thanks Simona. We had to make it the 30th evening due to venue availability but the good news is we've found a solution for smaller sessions for both day and evening time so going forwards we'll be able to be more flexible. Great to see you can make the 30th anyway :-)
claire.fenner posted in Hong Kong Hello to all the Hong Kong group members!nnA quick question, for the 'Members Only' Mastermind session taking place in HK at the end of May (where members help brainstorm each others big business challenges in small groups), would you prefer a morning or evening session? We've found in the past that mornings work well as everyone as energy levels are high but what would suit you?