February Think & Link: Erik Gabrielson, Partner at Activ8
Our world today is less stable, less certain, and more chaotic, than at any time in history. Change is happening at an unprecedented rate. The centers of power in the business world are in flux. New competitors appear seemingly out of nowhere with technologies and capabilities that we had not predicted. Traditional business structures and cultures are struggling in the new world. Leaders are scrambling to discover new approaches to structure and culture that provide them the competitive advantage to survive and thrive.
These challenges, while daunting, also present unprecedented opportunities. Learning fast and collaborating at high levels is more important than ever to grow and adapt. We will explore tools to increase your own capability to collaborate and overcome barriers to accelerate your speed of learning.
Join us Thursday, February 18th at 7:30 a.m. at Capsule Café for a continental breakfast among connections new and old.
About Erik Gabrielson
Erik has over 15 years experience of helping people unlock their potential and reach previously believed unattainable goals. Erik is partner with Activ8, a consulting company that helps individuals, teams and organizations channel their intent into purposeful powerful action. Over his career Erik has worked with thousands of people all over the world to help unlock their potential. After a 15-year career as a real estate entrepreneur, Erik committed himself to helping others achieve high performance. Erik has worked extensively in multi-national, multi-cultural settings. Erik grew up on the international Alpine Ski Racing circuit where he learned the value of taking action within fear and to experience the exhilaration that waits on the other side. He studied – and skied – at St. Olaf College. Erik continues to pursue various outdoor adventures.
About Think & Link
Capsule's Think & Link for a Living is an invitation-only gathering of like-minded people, coming together each month to discuss hot topics and important issues. It's an invaluable sharing of insight and inspiration.
If you'd like to request an invite, please send an email to Matt.