While we’ve shut the door on last year-thank goodness, 2021 is in front of us in all her foggy, mysteriousness. We’ve girded our loins and made it through 2020 but what we’re facing now is unsure. Overwhelm, fatigue, and uncertainty are smack in our faces. Our tanks are empty, and yet we need to … [Read more...] about Planning a meaningful, custom 2021 for you and your team
Learning lifts. It lifts us out of poverty, ignorance, misunderstanding and narrow world views. Learning lands us in richness, intelligence, understanding and expanded world views. If you want to know more about what learning can do you, then scroll down to take a look at my top reads … [Read more...] about Have you read any of these, my top five favourite reads from 2020?
For about a year & a half now I've been organizing a monthly learning & development roundtable in Nairobi. (Check out the link for a list of our workshop topics & resources.) We are an eclectic group from NGO's, corporate companies & the UN. Each month we have a different … [Read more...] about Learning & Development Roundtable – Drum Cafe Style
I recently co-hosted AIESEC's Youth to Business Forum where 500 delegates came from 110 countries to engage, inspire and take action on three tracks: innovation, corporate responsibility and leadership. My last two posts talked about wise words from AIESEC speakers Chris Weeks, Director for … [Read more...] about Jessica Fraser, co-founder, Mobile Movement, on innovation.
Recently I co-hosted AIESEC's Youth to Business Forum where 500 delegates came from 110 countries to engage, inspire and take action on three tracks: innovation, corporate responsibility and leadership. My last post talked about wise words from Chris Weeks, Director for Humanitarian Affairs, DHL … [Read more...] about Marianne Knuth, co-founder Pioneers of Change, on leadership
In my past post I wrote about how dance can be used as metaphor for getting into your work flow, your zone. Dance can be used for other things too. Such as how to start a social movement. Malcolm Gladwell talks about the things that need to happen to 'tip' it into mainstream society in the … [Read more...] about How to start a social movement: leadership lessons from dancing guy
Last night I listened to business owner, entrepreneur and TV star Arlene Dickinson of the Dragon's Den at the Forum for Women Entrepreneur's Gala Event. Her captivating journey to entrepreneurship is made more impressive by her humble beginnings. Years ago, being a single mom with four kids to … [Read more...] about Arlene Dickinson: We've come a long way …. baby?