Life Changing Traveling | #19
A trip down memory lane to Hong Kong
Welcome to the latest edition of my newsletter! I know, it has been a while :)
Here are couple things I have been up to recently:
In January I worked on a response to a Request For Proposal (RFP) for an international non-profit network. RFP was for a consultancy project (spoiler: a larger company won it) to develop a Global Knowledge Management (KM) Strategy. It felt as a perfect opportunity, considering that I spent years researching KM in non-profit networks for my PhD. I am sure there will be more opportunities to contribute my knowledge to the non-profit world.
In March I participated as a speaker at a sustainability webinar organized by Prof.Dr.Hallier and European Retail Academy (ERA). It was kindly covered in Russian news by Nurbek Achilov and on the ERA site in the post from 28.03.2022.
In March/April I took part in an outstanding 6 weeks course for online writing. I will be focusing this year on building a regular writing routine and finding my voice. I also freshened up my About Me page and added a few personal details that you might not know.
I am slowly approaching two year mark as a knowledge manager at KPMG US. I lead a remote team, which I still have not met! Meanwhile, I am gathering a wealth of knowledge on remote leadership and collaboration.
Last but not least, I would love to invite you for a trip down memory lane to Hong Kong, where I lived back in 2010-2012: MY LIFE CHANGING GUIDE TO HONG KONG. In this piece I am starting to unwrap the impact of international experiences on personal development: how they change your personality and skill you up.
That’s it for this week. I hope all is well with you! If you have a second, I would love to hear what is going on in your world.