Bali bombing survivor to inspire business women
As a survivor of the 2002 Bali bombing along with many other challenges including the suicide of her partner and the personal impact of the 2004 Tsunami on her family, Carren's comprehension of the value of time, creativity and the meaning of life charges her presentations with passion, credibility and a deep and genuine commitment to extraordinary achievements for people.
Sunshine Coast Business Women's Network President, Sue Willis says that the breakfast meeting is assured to not only be thought provoking and inspirational but insightful and engaging as well.
"Carren has spoken for groups from 20 to 2,000 and leaves her audiences feeling inspired to take action and make positive changes in their life, their business and in their relationships. We are very excited to have her address our members and their guests," said Sue.
"Described as 'leading the way and hard driving toward inventive solutions for development', Carren is untiring and inspiring in her approach toward business and people and the methods required to create powerful outcomes for her audiences.
Carren is the CEO of Quantum Leadership and has worked with numerous well known companies and thousands of individuals. She has developed impressive tools for delivering success through, leadership, authenticity, responsibility and productivity enhancement techniques.
The breakfast is proudly sponsored by Lateral Financial Solutions and will be held at the Maroochydore Surf Club from 6:30am on Tuesday, May 11.
Date: Tuesday, 11 May
Venue: Maroochydore Surf Club
Maroochydore Surf Club, Maroochydore
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