World Kindness Week: Servant Leadership Speaker Paul Kan

November 17th: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm @ Great Hall

Join SAO in celebrating World Kindness Week with speaker Paul Kan.

Are you prepared to stand out in a work landscape that is rapidly changing? In a time that presents great uncertainty- how can you set yourself apart? The answer- your ability to lead. From the humble beginnings on a chip truck to coaching CEOs and Olympians- Paul Kan, a 5 Star Restaurant Coach and Consultant, has spent the past 13 years of his life immersed in mastering leadership. In this session, Paul will share the power of leading from the heart, the secret sauce to leadership that no one is talking about and how you can become the world changing leader that you’ve been waiting for.

Paul Kan is a 5 Star Restaurant Executive Coach and Consultant, Talent Development Specialist, TEDx Keynote Speaker, and Host of the Yes I Kan Podcase. After almost a decade of sales and leadership experience managing multi-million dollar portfolios with billion dollar brands, he left corporate to pursue a more meaningful path. He has spent the past two years coaching over 300 corporate and individual clients from CEOs to Olympians to up-level their Emotional Intelligence capability, develop diverse talent and bring out the best with their teams. Today, he is on a mission to empower and inspire others to create their best version of an extraordinary life with joy, authenticity, and freedom.

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