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Lubna Forzley-

Lubna Forzley is the Managing Director of Stories, a consulting firm, which helps companies and leaders create stories worth sharing.

A storyteller, speaker, writer and moderator, Lubna often speaks in and moderates major conferences and events. She was recently chosen to participate in a Global TV Program called ‘The Social Movement’, which will be distributed on Amazon Prime and i-tunes. She also recently did a TEDx talk on ‘Disrupting with Purpose & Creating a Story Worth Sharing’.

Prior to starting her own consulting, Lubna worked for more than 15 years in leadership roles within International blue chip organisations and across various industries, including BNP Paribas, Coca-Cola, the United Nations Development Programme, and Bank of Montreal.

A disruptor or change agent and a believer in making an impact, Lubna constantly adds value and challenges C-suite executives to greater performance. She is trilingual, multicultural, innovative, authentic and grounded with integrity

A proud mom of three kids, among them the youngest reporter in the Region, at the age of 8!  Lubna is a big advocate for Women in Leadership positions, and is always ready to help another woman achieve this.

Lubna is an eternal student with a passion for continuous learning. A huge fan of digital transformation, she recently completed a Digital Marketing certificate and actively researches the latest trends in the field. Beyond this, Lubna  holds a Master of Arts in Applied Communication from Royal Roads University in Canada, and a Bachelor of Commerce Honours Degree with dual Marketing and Human Resource Management Specializations from the University of Ottawa, Canada. She also participated in an International Exchange Program in Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Rouen in France.

Time Stamped Show Notes:

How are you doing? [00:28]
What part of the world are you in right now? [00:41]
Which of your talents is responsible for us connecting? [00:47]
Who did you learn the appreciation for time from? [02:24]
Why would you continue to do what you do? [02:57]
On helping others tell stories [03:47]
Where is the best place to connect with you? [04:40]
What is one thing you’ve done consistently over the last 3 years? [04:52]
How does it make you feel looking back? [05:32]
Suggest to someone that’s listening why they should do what you’ve done. [06:27]
What’s your earliest childhood memory? [07:15]
How do you see that connecting to who you are today? [08:27]
What was your favorite song when you were twelve years old? [09:08]
Declaration time – [10:32]

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