For the Think Bigger, Grow and Succeed program, we’re pleased to welcome Chris Golis, Company Director & Chairman of 30 companies, Author, Presenter and Coach on Emotional Intelligence.
Chris is in his third career as a Sydney-based professional speaker, trainer and coach. Armed with a Cambridge University degree and an MBA from the London Business School, Chris spent the late 1960s and 70s working with some of the leading IT companies of the time, including IBM and GEC. Chris then changed direction in 1980 and joined Bankers Trust where he started the Financial Services division and helped raise over $1.5 billion for BT. Chris then morphed into a venture capitalist raising over $150million for 5 separate VC funds. Institutional investors regard Chris as an expert in recognising business opportunities and has solid and practical grounding in dealing with people, particularly in high pressure, conflict situations.
1. What are the pro’s and con’s of staying in your comfort zone?
2. What are your recommendations for thinking bigger about your goals and aspirations
3. What happens when one goes out of their comfort zone and test new approaches?
4. What is the best way to approach achieving a goals.
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