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Penny Walker left a comment for GIna Lodge
"Hi Gina, Good to see you here! I hope some more fellow AoEC Alumni find their way here too: I find it a very supportive informal network. Kind regards Penny"
Nov 17, 2010
GIna Lodge left a comment for David F McAra
"Thank you for your warm welcome David. I heard about Amed from a post on the AoEC Alumni Forum by one of our graduates, Penny Walker. Have uploaded a photo as suggested."
Nov 17, 2010
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David F McAra left a comment for GIna Lodge
"Hello, Gina. A warm welcome to all Shell escapees! Have you been involved with AMED before? If not, how did you hear about us? I hope you'll feel able to update your profile with a picture to help create the personal feel we want the site to…"
Nov 17, 2010
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Profile Information

Where do you live and work (City)?
London
What are your top professional skills?
Management, Marketing, IT, Logistics
What kinds of management education and development services are you involved in?
International Executive Coach training, education, standards and ethics
What is your main interest in the AMED network?
networking, inspiration, collegiate discussion/debate, collaboration
Please share your favourite management development insight or quote.
The Human Spirit is greater than the market: Tim Berners-Lee
What kind of person are you?
Morning
More about you (Short Bio or any other details you’d like people to know)
Corporate Background in Management with Shell International. Over 20 years experience in business and team management. With a strong focus on project and change management, Career has included supply chain, logistics and IT applications management plus 4 years as an IT consultant in education before joining the AoEC in 2008. Currently Marketing Director of the AoEC. Co- author of school history book.
What I’d like from the AMED network is…
To collaborate, share and debate areas of common interest in developing individuals, teams and organisations.
What do you do for your own development?
Reading, Researching, Networking, Training programmes and most of all listening.
Your Business Website
http://www.aoec.com

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At 8:48 on November 17, 2010, Penny Walker said…
Hi Gina,

Good to see you here! I hope some more fellow AoEC Alumni find their way here too: I find it a very supportive informal network.

Kind regards

Penny
At 4:15 on November 17, 2010, David F McAra said…
Hello, Gina. A warm welcome to all Shell escapees! Have you been involved with AMED before? If not, how did you hear about us?

I hope you'll feel able to update your profile with a picture to help create the personal feel we want the site to have.

David
 
 
 

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