Very often, I run into leaders and aspiring entrepreneurs that make the mistake of going to great lengths to cover up their weaknesses instead of addressing them openly so an effective solution can be found. Or worse, they aren’t aware of what their weaknesses are at all, and instead play entirely to their strengths.
Every effective leader has to learn how to make sound decisions, quickly. Out of fear of making the wrong decision, they end up postponing taking action–which almost always causes a larger problem. Rest assured; I’m not one of those.
apr 2014 - dec 2015
Board member at Tribal DDB Amsterdam
jan 2013 - apr 2014
Interim director at Publicis Modem
nov 2012 - Today
Board member at Fantasy Interactive
San Francisco, United States
may 2011 - nov 2012
Associate partner at Lawyer Lawyer