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

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

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…

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Europe Book Tour Stop 2: Berlin, Germany (3 Min Read)

Europe Book Tour Stop 2: Berlin, Germany (3 Min Read)
ESMT Berlin, Germany February 13th, 2019 ESMT Entrepreneurship Club Speaking Event with Emma Arakelyan

The second stop of Emma Arakelyan’s Europe book tour was in Berlin, Germany, where she presented at the EMST Berlin University Entrepreneurship Club. This unique opportunity enabled 60+ club members and talented professionals, students and guests to meet Emma Arakelyan and hear her speech about building a new leadership lifestyle. The leadership lifestyle she discussed was based off of her recent book, The Business Caring Formula. Special thanks go to Lilit Gasparyan from ESMT and the leaders of the Entrepreneurship Club Paulo Henrique Damiani and Tijana Mijailovic for organizing this event.ESMT Berlin posted in the news that ESMT Entrepreneurship Club organized their first event of…

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Responsive Communication in the Workplace and in Life (4 min read)

During my 20+ years in the workforce, I have had the opportunity to work with thousands of people with different backgrounds and cultures. The most important thing I have learned from my work experience and personal experience is that responsiveness is the key to building better relationships and achieving success. Non-responsiveness can destroy trust, loyalty and lead to significant errors. Respond to and Acknowledge Communication Very early in my career, I met several very accomplished senior leaders who became my role models. I loved the way that they were communicating with everyone - they were responsive! They were the busiest people in the organization and…

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