Natalie is an Aerospace Engineer and avid adventurer. Extraordinary experiences have shaped her career and passions; whether learning to fly, driving a solar-powered car across North America, or building space robotics. She is the 2013 recipient of the University of Calgary Graduate of the Last Decade Award, was named on Forbes 2015 30 under 30, and received the University of Calgary’s Schulich School of Engineering Diversity and Equity Alumni Award in 2018.
Talking Leadership posted: ” There is very little evidence today of balance in the workplace. Some people work too hard and call themselves workaholics with a sense of pride; others work too little and use balance as an excuse for laziness. Workaholic leaders often promote the id” Check out this article that builds a case for the work-life balance and the productivity that can result from a rested, energized, and motivated team… Read More
Over the last few years I have read quite a few of Richard Branson’s books, from ‘Screw It, Let’s do It’ to ‘Like a Virgin’, and ‘Screw Business as Usual’. He is quite the character and a savvy business man who has learned to trust both logic and intuition. He plays by his own rules and seems to remain true to himself throughout all of his endeavors. If not to pick up… Read More
I took a few seconds to do a little rearranging at the book store…and a throwback to an older blog post. https://thepanekroom.wordpress.com/2012/05/17/girls-with-brains/#