Nomadic communities thrive in some of the world’s harshest and most unpredictable environments. Seeking-out opportunity, they are able to balance surviving today with thriving tomorrow. Josie will talk you through her research with the Maasai and Mongolian nomads, how forward-thinking companies across Asia are applying nomadic concepts of communal decision making, and then hand it over to you to draw your business community.
What People Will Learn:
– The differences between nomadic and sedentary communities, and how this affects our approach to business
– How to use and apply a simple strategy tool that will help give you clarity over your current business territory and the opportunity to reflect on and prepare for the migration ahead
This workshop is suitable for individuals, but please also feel free to come along as a small team if you have colleagues at Dojo.
About the speaker:
Josie strives to discover why it is that nomadic communities are able to thrive in some of the world’s harshest and unpredictable environments – and what modern-day teams can learn from these people. Gathering stories and experiences along the way, Josie spends her time on the road across the Middle East, Africa and Asia, or in her current home in Bali.
Born and raised in Britain, Josie left London on the evening of her graduation ceremony and moved to Kuala Lumpur. Packing-in experiences of multiple sectors and cultures, she was dissatisfied with so many elements of large businesses today, along with the teaching of modern business schools – inspiring her to move to Mongolia (in -37 degrees celcius) to Co-Found The Nomadic School of Business with legendary adventurer and speaker Anthony Willoughby.
Josie works relentlessly to become the bridge between ancient nomadic wisdom and some of the best modern leaders in the world, and believes that your job is what you dedicate your life to.
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