Location:Cheminee Room, Bruder Klaus Church, Tram 7 direction Ostring, Burgernziel stop
This event is in the past.
Contact: Graham Tritt
Deadline: Please register by Monday, 21 April
Theme: Experiences of a young modern nomad, Josh Levent, Thought Leader, Facilitator and Entrepreneur. Josh is a rising thought leader on engaging youth for positive impact. He has expertise in recruitment, facilitation, high-performance teams, tech start-ups, cross-cultural management, leadership development and working with young volunteers. Josh shares his experiences of leading the New Zealand branch of AIESEC, the largest global student organization. He also tells us about his experiences in starting businesses in New Zealand and Switzerland, and what he is up to now. He is passionate about helping young people to fulfil their potential and calls himself a nomad because he has spent his whole life traveling. He has lived in six countries so far and wants to make it many more. He has an outstanding analytical ability. He has been invited to speak at conferences in New Zealand, Switzerland, the UK and as far away as Mongolia. His website is www.joshlevent.com and AIESEC is at www.aiesec.org.
Josh is a member of Toastmasters and like Graham, is a New Zealander. Our members are encouraged to attend Toastmasters Berne, which holds meetings is on 2nd and 4th Mondays each month in the restaurant Casa d'Italia in Länggasse. This club was started in 1996 by ICB members so we are always welcome, and we have several people who are members of both clubs. See www.toastmasters.ch for more information on the Swiss clubs. On Saturday 3 May, the Swiss Toastmasters Spring conference and contests will be held in Berne.