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Maarten van Wamel

Leadership Developer, Dynamic Leadership Development & Consultancy in Nanaimo

Generative Leadership and the Basics of Wellbeing

PRESENTED ON JUN 07, 2016
IN NANAIMO @ VOL 4

Maarten van Wamel helps organizations, individuals and communities develop plans for a successful future. He has worked with First Nations, not-for-profits, various levels of government, and from small to multi-national businesses. Over the past two years, as team leader of the Malahat First Nation’s Life Skills Program, Maarten has been supporting the community define and plan their desired future.

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Back to Basics

BY ROCK GRAPLIN
@ TOTO TOILET ARCHITECTURE ON SEP 16, 2014

Eat, Pray, and Toilet.

Rock Graplin goes into depth and starts trying to understand the future of the toilet. For him, understanding the past is how to see the future. In a world full of new technology being produced every 5 minutes. And the last place to escape is the toilet, and that should be how our future of the toilet should look like. Simple, clean, and simply earthly. 

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The Neglected Basics

BY ANETTE AGA
@ VOL 4 ON OCT 23, 2015

“Maybe it was the school, maybe it was the programs, the teachers, the increasing descent into despair– which often happens in art school– but I did not feel i was being taken seriously. Every time I steered towards comics, I felt that I was being pulled over by the art police and fined for indecency.”

In The Neglected Basics from PechaKucha Night Bergen’s 4th Volume, Visual Communication student Anette Aga addresses the lack of focus on art in academia. This is a great problem for those who would go through academia to become a designer or illustrator. Comics, in particular, being so important to so many cultures, are unduly ignored.

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Sail Training for Leadership

BY KRIS STEYN
@ VOL 37 ON MAR 07, 2016

Kris Steyn explains to the audience some of the benefits of sailing on a tallship, showing different aspects of what can be achieved and allowing for thought beyond perceived horizons. Outlining what sailing is like as a career, the travel to far distant lands without the trapping of tourism. More young people are needed to get involved bringing new energy.

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Success in Leadership

BY DOROTHY WALTERS
IN ACCIDENT

Dorothy Walters talks about leadership and uses her own life examples of how to run a successful business. 

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Posture for Deskjob

BY TUSHAR GHODKE
@ VOL 5 ON OCT 16, 2016

Tushar Ghodke. A leading physio therapist explaining the importance of posture for deskjob holders.

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DNA of Innovative Leadership

BY KIM HUTTON-BROWN
@ VOL 43 ON MAY 09, 2017

On its own Positive thinking never works! For true change, we need to un-memorize old emotions and recondition the body to a new mind, and attitude. The journey of how to change and lead your life through understanding that every-day thoughts are reflected in the reality we experience.

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The Geometry of Personal Leadership

BY WES BOSHOFF
@ VOL 16 ON MAY 25, 2017

Wes Boshoff presented on the basic principles on personal growth and leadership. the 4 pillars on how we can grow as a person to ensure we remain engergetic, motivated and driven

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How to Architect Wellbeing

BY NICK LOMAX
@ VOL 27 ON JUN 28, 2017

Architect Nick Lomax shares the impact of good building design on our wellbeing.

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Leadership - The Good, The Bad, The Disasters.

BY SCOTT DAVIS
@ VOL 3 ON JUL 26, 2017

Throughout history leaders have risen in times of crisis. Leading, inspiring, they can move nations.  However this isn't always the case as this presentation by Scott Davis explores.