Europe Book Tour Stop #4: London, UK (4 Min Read)
London, UK February 18, 2019 AGBU Young Professionals Organization, UCL Armenian Society, UCL Economics and Finance Society, Kings College London Armenian Society, and finally by the London School of Economics speaking event with Emma Arakelyan

Europe Book Tour Stop #4: London, UK (4 Min Read)

Emma’s last stop on her Europe Book Tour 2019 was London, England. Another high energy, successful and engaging event took place there on Monday, February 18th at University College of London, one of the top schools in the world, ranked number 14 by The World University Ranking 2019.

A special thank you goes out to Sarkis Mazmanian for his relentless effort and drive to organize the event with multiple sponsors: the AGBU Young Professionals London organization and with the top three universities in the UK and in the world: UCL Armenian Society, UCL Economics and Finance Society, Kings College London Armenian Society, and finally by the London School of Economics.

Emma shared with 30+ people in the audience the book themes and what it takes to build a new leadership lifestyle. It was also a special honor to have Primate of Diocese of the Armenian Church of UK, Hovakim Manukyan in attendance. He later organized dinner for Emma and some colleagues in attendance to the initial leadership event, where they discussed the power of innovation, and knowledge of history. There also historian Armen Ayvazyan attended along with distinguished scholar and doctor Robert Istepanian. They are mentioned here because the amount of effort that they put into the work they do is truly a showcase of what caring leaders are like and the great things they can accomplish for the youth and for the general public.

After the initial event, Emma met with friends and colleagues from all over London to brainstorm some strategies that may lead to effective leadership. These values and ideals were based off of her book The Business Caring Formula, which details 7 crucial elements that contribute to a caring leadership lifestyle. Emma learned a lot about the London community’s desires to do more for our society, to make difference with care and responsible innovation. And what a treat it was for Emma to surprisingly start the day with sunshine, as London is known for its rainy weather. Though the book tour in Europe has come to a close with Emma’s visit to London, she is she will be back to Europe on a different occasion, to speak at the Horasis global event to help the leaders from more than 70 countries to spread their innovative ideas to help their city, country, and the rest of the world

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