Here are three things you should know about me:
1. Background: proudly multicultural.
I grew up in Rome, Italy; my family, originally from Lybia, moved to Rome in 1967 and joined the local Jewish community.
I moved to Israel 14 years ago, where I met Rajel, my wife, originally from Mexico City.
For the past 15 years I have worked with an international audience, and the encounter between stories and ideas is a core piece of how I understand the world.
2. Expertise: professional development.
I have been working in the field of Adult Learning for the past decade. I specialize in Career Management and have been researching adult learning as a theory of change for professional development.
My academic background is in Psychology, Business Management and Organizational Development. I am passionate about modern culture, economics and design.
I believe that ideas and models from different disciplines are made to be merged and integrated into practical tools.
I have a strange interest in the idea of chaos. Not in a Marie Kondo way ("let's turn it into order"). I actually think that it's the best springboard for personal and professional development.
3. Experience: ambitious professionals from all over the world.
After working in global organizations with hundreds of young professionals, I decided to share my experience and expertise with the wider public. It's been a wonderful voyage so far.
Innovative opportunities for professional and personal development should be available to everyone. The alternative is stagnation. My job is to help both individuals and organizations who want tools to provide those opportunities.
If you want to have a chat, let's schedule a time!
"Sabi" is the Japanese concept for wise, experienced simplicity.
Your professional life can be just that.
My approach to professional development helps professionals, managers and organizations make progress with the challenges they face, through a radical search for clarity and the constant search for practical, productive tools.
It's a professional, sophisticated, yet simple and pragmatic perspective.
I help thousands of professionals work better. Care to join us?
I experiment with ideas and resources at the nexus of productive work, career decisions and professional development.
I e-mail the best of them in my report, the Sabi Report, once every few weeks.
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