Introducing Julia Hobsbawm

Hannah Patrick
17th August 2017



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Introducing Julia Hobsbawm

Learn more about Julia Hobsbawm our guest speaker on the 27th of September, the world's first professor of Networking and the Author of  'Fully Connected: Surviving & Thriving in an Age of Overload'.

On the 27th of September Meyler Campbell are delighted to be hosting an event with the fantastic Julia Hobsbawm. We wanted to give you the opportunity to learn more about our guest speaker before the event.

Julia is the world's first professor in Networking, having been made Honorary Visiting Professor by London's Cass Business School and has thirty years of experience at a senior level consulting for business.

Julia has transformed the conversation about modern networking away from the idea of 'working a room' to one which is more about how we live and work today on networks. She has defined modern knowledge networking and created a system to teach individuals and organisations how to successfully navigate the Age of Overload. She is the author of several books and articles covering Social Health, networks, communication, women in business, the media and the future of the workplace.

In addition to her books, articles and speeches, Julia is a broadcaster. She has written and presented two series for BBC Radio 4 and regularly appears on television and radio networks and podcasts. She was awarded an OBE for Services to Business in the Queen's Birthday Honours list in June 2015.

You can watch Julia's TED talk on Social Health here.

Don't forgot to book onto our event with Julia by clicking here.


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