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Paul J. Corney helps people and businesses to realise their potential: acting as an advisor; coach; facilitator; and project director.
He has a broad global portfolio from working at all levels across a range of industries: development / 3rd sector; energy; finance; government/public sector; information; knowledge management; law; leisure; retail; and software.
His early background was financial: he spent 25 years in the City as a Senior Manager Corporate Finance at Saudi International Bank and as a Vice President at Zurich Reinsurance.
Since 1998 Paul has run a portfolio of activities: Strategy & Business Advisor to the CEO of software and consultancy group Sopheon PLC; Advisor to the CEO of a leading reinsurance broker BMS Group; and Managing Partner Sparknow LLP.
He came to knowledge management while working in the City of London in the mid-1990s. He has led many assignments across a variety of sectors in the Americas, Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, helping clients to identify and make use of the knowledge that resides inside their organizations.
An experienced practitioner, presenter, masterclass leader and lecturer.
Paul, has been a visiting lecturer on knowledge and innovation / information management at the University of Brighton and London Metropolitan University and is well published*.
He is a member of the British Standards Institute KM Standards committee that worked on the ISO KM Standard, President Designate of the Chartered Institute for Libraries & Information Professionals and a member of the project board responsible for the development of the Chartered Knowledge Manager Practitioner Programme. He was recently announced as the 2019 Walford Award winner for services to the global KM Community. He has written extensively on the potential value of the new standards for Knowledge & Information Management Professionals.
* Paul’s most recent co-authored books include:
“The KM Cookbook: Stories and strategies for organisations exploring Knowledge Management Standard ISO 30401” published by Facet Publishing “Navigating the Minefield: A Practical KM Companion” published by The American Society for Quality “KM Matters: Words of Wisdom from KM Practitioners” published by Sagology
A senior leader of diverse, global teams, with a demonstrated history of enriching client relationships and engagement across Investment Banking. Possessing a solution focused mind-set, continually assessing the evolving needs of the business in terms of people, process, technology and regulation. Committed to delivering and demonstrating successful outcomes.
Suze is a Learning and Development Consultant, specailising in Leadership Development and Mental Health Facilitation.
After years of honing her management skills in the retail sector, Suze went to work for a leadership coaching consultancy, where her fascination with how the brain works and all things Neuroscience started. Following a stint as a Learning and Development manager for The Arcadia group, Suze started her own business and became freelance trainer. Suze’s style is very much coaching as well as teaching.
Anna Juricic is an Executive Coach and leadership trainer for many international and public organisations. She has worked with individuals, professionals, and teams for over twenty years to facilitate a personal and professional evolutionary path through challenges and changes.
Leveraging emotional intelligence, Anna uses her coaching skills to maximise the potential of individuals partnering with clients to achieve a higher vision and better define their strategies through rapid changes.
Anna is an expert in the field of Mindfulness applied to business in support of making decision process and to avoid burnout. She is also an expert in Effective and Non-Verbal Communication, Agile and its benefits within the business field.
A degree in Sociology and an International Master at SDA Bocconi School of Management structures her well-rounded profile on Management of International Organisations; she is a Certified Coach and member of the ICF adhering to its ethic and code of conduct.
As Ambassador for Gender Equality for SDA Bocconi, Anna provides pro-bono coaching to leaders of international humanitarian organizations. She has created a coaching program to empower women and has worked with groups of female leaders within the United Nations and in the European Commission.
Nicolo’ Andreula is a global economist with a passion for strategy, marketing and leadership development, who shapes corporate strategies, public policies, and educational programs to maximize the socioeconomic benefits of disruptive technologies.
After starting his career at the United Nations and the InterAmerican Development Bank, Nicolò worked as a consultant for McKinsey in London and AlphaBeta in Singapore, with global clients like Google, Uber and Netflix in Asia. He has written papers for the McKinsey Global Institute in Europe and USA (featured in Harvard Business Review), carried research for the World Economic Forum about geospatial technologies in Africa and Green Technologies for Chinese cities, helped the French Government re-think workforce development.
He is deeply involved in lifelong learning as Scientific Director of a Master in Digital Entrepreneurship at H-Farm, and visiting lecturer at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Nanyang Business School in Singapore, and IE Business School in Madrid. He also conducts training programs for Amazon, Ferrari, JLL, UniCredit.
Nicolò holds a MBA from INSEAD and a MSc in Economics from Bocconi. He has written two books: Flow Generation (featured on Amazon's bestsellers' lists) and Phygital (published by Hoepli).
Sonya Iovieno leads SVB’s Venture & Growth Banking business in EMEA. With over 20 years’ spent in both Corporate and Commercial Banking, Sonya’s experience spans across supporting both global and scaling companies as they grow. She works closely with a broad range of Venture Capital-backed Technology and Innovation clients, most notably in the Enterprise Software, Consumer Internet, FinTech and Frontier Technology sectors. Using SVB’s extensive global network, Sonya and her team have helped hundreds of tech companies in their growth ambitions.
Nick has 15 years experience in senior management and leadership roles in the arts, culture and library sectors. He is currently CEO of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) - a professional association providing leadership and professional development for the UK's 86,000 knowledge workers. His responsibilities include working with a Board of Trustees to set and review strategy, providing leadership and management to support business development, developing a strong and positive working culture and advocating for the organisation and its members in the media and with political stakeholders. In his former role as the Chief Executive Officer of the Collections Trust, Nick was responsible for the development and implementation of a portfolio of funded programmes worth in excess of EUR19m. He has led strategic change and developed business strategies that have increased revenue and impact for the professional community. Nick has developed partnerships across the media, industry and public policy arenas, including advising Government Ministers and agencies and working alongside high-profile brands including Google, Microsoft and the BBC.
As HubSpot's EMEA Culture Manager, Kate manages the European Culture Team across Dublin, Berlin, Paris and Ghent to create a remarkable remote 1st employee experience. The team is on a mission to inspire people to do their best work, how, when and where they are.
Kate works with the global People Operations team to create a responsive and meaningful employee experience that makes HubSpot one of the best places to work in the world.
Kate is one of HubSpot's Global 'Energy Project' facilitators where each quarter, and teaches employees how to make the most of their time and energy at home and at work.
In the last 10 years Kate have established four successful businesses in property, leisure, childcare and coworking.
Managing Director and Co-Founder of CB Resourcing, the leading knowledge & information management recruitment business.
Simon leads on senior research & analysis engagements as well as specialist executive level searches with information providers and industry Analyst houses.
Simon's work with SLA Europe includes working with commercial partners as well as the 2019 Presidency. SLA Europe is the European Chapter of SLA the global information industry association.
CB Resourcing provides recruitment and executive search services specialising in assignments across information, knowledge management, analysis, research, records management, technology & digital.
With our team of highly experienced recruiters CB Resourcing supports organisation across legal & professional services, investment banking, private equity, digital publishers and software houses.
Stefanie is responsible for delivering Bridges’ sustainable and impact investing strategy across its multi-fund platform.
She works with our investment professionals across the investment cycle – from selecting investments using Bridges’ impact methodology, to driving operational improvements within portfolio companies and measuring their impact performance over time. Previously, she was part of the Bridges Insights team and worked on the first phase of the Impact Management Project: a forum (facilitated by Bridges) for building global consensus on how to measure and manage impact,
Prior to joining Bridges, Stefanie worked for four years as a strategy consultant for Bain & Company in London. She has extensive project experience advising Bain’s dedicated Private Equity group, working with major global funds and financial services organisations around Europe. She is a mentor to the MBA Impact Investing Network & Training lab (MIINT) and serves as a board member for the London Business School Impact Ventures Fund. An economist by training, Stefanie holds a BSc in International Economics and Management from Bocconi University and a Master of Public Administration from the London School of Economics.