The Intrapreneur: Confessions of a Corporate Insurgent

Speaker Bio :
Gib Bulloch is an award winning social intrapreneur who consults, writes and speaks on a range of topics relating to the role of business in society. Gib believes passionately in the power of business to change the world and in the power of the individual to change the world of business. After an early career in BP and Mars, his ‘epiphany’ came from a year as a business volunteer with VSO in the Balkans in 2000. The next 15 years were spent founding and scaling Accenture’s global “not-for-loss” consulting business, Accenture Development Partnerships. This innovative venture attracted significant media attention, won Accenture international awards for Corporate Social Responsibility and Gib himself was voted the UK’s Management Consultant of the year in 2008.  He left Accenture in 2016 to explore new ways of supporting purpose driven insurgencies within the corporate world and to write his first book: “The Intrapreneur: Confessions of a Corporate Insurgent”. Gib is a Visiting Fellow at Cranfield University and serves on the Board of The END Fund and The League of Intrapreneurs. @gibbulloch





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YEX Networking Apéro October 2018

Another great networking cocktail organized by the YEX with the Italian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) on Wednesday the 24 th of November!!!
We really felt like at home, thanks to the warming welcoming of our host Francesco di Martino at Vicolo39 in Carouge.

We had no time to finish our Apero Spritz magisterially prepared by Gabriele, that Raffaele, Salvatore and Antonio started to spoil us with some delicatessen from the kitchen.

Thanks to this cozy and familiar atmosphere, memories naturally went to apéro moments in Milano. And Fabio Campitelli and Davide Fontanella
reminded us how fast we can reach this fantastic destination in Italy thanks to their new Alitalia flight between Geneva and Linate.

Sofia Abbate, CFO at TVP Solar, confirmed the efficiency of her round trip thanks to this new service…something she would never know without the ICC network!

Thanks to all of you for coming and see you at the next YEX event on Nov 15 th !

“La bussola del successo” by Paolo Gallo

“The Compass of success:
The rules to win while remaining free”_i7a5897


presented by Mr Paolo Gallo
Chief Human Resources Officer at the World Economic Forum
“Lalive’’, rue de la Mairie 35, 1207 Genève

The title of the book may suggest that this is a thick manual of some sort yuppismo “How to become Donald Trump in seven steps.” It is not any of that. It ‘a book among other surprisingly well written by a manager who is not a professional writer. Then is a deeply sensitive book. Paolo Gallo, chief of staff of the World Economic Forum in Geneva, it shares with the reader the delicate anecdotes of working and private life, the difficulties faced and how it came to the head. So this is not a manual of answers but, as all serious coach, Paul Gallo helps to ask the right questions.
At the end like it or not companies or organizations in general are complex human realities and difficult. Learn to “work together” to work is an arduous path. We are everyday rub elbows with people, with colleagues, superiors or co-workers or clients who have an education different from ours, different personalities, different cultures, different formations. This book gives some useful ideas on how to do well in good standing, ie on how to move forward and work well without being overwhelmed by the arrogance and the misconduct of others and without falling into frustration. Without being blackmailed. There is a chapter entitled “How to make a career remain decent people”. The maximum would make a career as decent people and transform those who meet there.
ETAS Rizzoli, pp. 271, 20 Euro.


Speaker Bio
Paolo Gallo is the Chief Human Resources Officer at the World Economic Forum in
Geneva, with a previous career as the World Bank as Chief Learning Officer, European
Bank for Reconstruction and Development as Director of Human Resources, the
International Finance Corporation inWashington and Citigroup.
Paolo has worked in 70 different countries and he is a certified coach from
Georgetown University, a graduate from Bocconi University Milan and FCIPD certified
in UK. He writes for Harvard Business Review Italia, for Forbes, and on the agenda of
the WEF blog. He collaborates with Bocconi University and Hult-Ashridge Business
School in Great Britain.
His contributions in English, read online by thousands of people, are gathered here: His book “La Bussola del
Successo” has been published in Italian by Rizzoli and will be published in other 5
languages in 2017.