29 May May 29, 2018 – Team Building Jason Treu, Perpetual Success Jonathan MacDonald and Work That Matters Maia Duerr
Jason Treu – Business Coach at BeExtraordinary, Networking & Persuasion Expert and Author of Social Wealth: How to Build Extraordinary Relationships By Transforming the Way We Live, Love, Lead and Network
Jason Treu is a business coach that specializes in social engineering (human behavior), networking, influence with vulnerability and persuasion through authenticity and truth. He works with executives, entrepreneurs and experts helping them get known, stand out, and build the key relationships to create the life they are passionate about. Jason also helps them understand their purpose and vision so they can take the next step in their business with certainty to create more success than they ever have before. He also is a speaker, frequent contributor in the media, and an author of two best-selling books. He has a law degree, along with a master’s degree in communications and has been blessed to have thousands of extraordinary people in his life. While at HP, Jason won the Award for “Outstanding Employee.”
Jonathan MacDonald – Investor, Inventor & Sunday Times Bestselling Author
Jonathan MacDonald is an inventor, investor, business strategist, internationally acclaimed speaker and Sunday Times Bestselling author. As one of the world’s most in-demand thought leaders, he is trusted by the senior executives of well-known global companies including Google, Microsoft, Apple, P&G, Unilever, Nestlé, Lego, Heineken, and IKEA to translate the benefits of perpetual change into invaluable business insight and personal success. Jonathan’s most recent book ‘Powered By Change’ launched in April 2018. Jonathan is a contributor to numerous publications including Google’s Think Insights, Forbes, and the British Airways Business Life magazine. He is the Chief Strategy Officer of Moneycatcha Pty Ltd, the founder of the Thought Expansion Network, and is involved in a number of exciting projects that are proudly powered by change.
Maia Duerr is a writer, consultant, and coach. Maia draws on decades of Zen practices as well in training anthropology to create powerful tools for integrating mindfulness into the workplace and in client’s everyday lives. Through workshops, online programs, coaching, and writing, she’s been honored to support people around the world as they navigate career transitions, shift their relationship to work, and create healthier workplaces. She is passionate about empowering individuals and groups to create the conditions for work that matters. As the Research Director at the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society (CMind) from 2002 – 2004, she designed and implemented several qualitative studies on the impact of contemplative practices in the workplace. During his time at CMind Maia also conceptualized and developed the Tree of Contemplative Practices, a tool that has since been widely used to support individuals, organizations, and businesses find the reflective practices that work best for them. As executive director for the Buddhist Peace Fellowship from 2004 – 2007, Maia had lots of opportunities to experiment with the insights gained from the CMind research. In addition to leading strategic planning, fundraising, and communications efforts for the organization, She managed a staff of ten people in this nonprofit dedicated to practicing socially engaged Buddhism.