Tag Archives: Shared Experience
- Shared Experience – How do you manage your inbox?
In this Episode of Calvinayre’s Shared Experience, Hussein Chahine CEO of Yazino advised ways to ensure emails are being manage appropriately. He always make sure that all important emails are in order and he personally don't spend time answering email. Just keep your inbox in bare minimum, as he says.
- Shared Experience – How do you continue to grow and develop as a leader?
In this Episode of Calvinayre's Shared Experience, Mark Blandford of Burlywood Capital frankly says that the biggest crime of all is not learning from the mistake. He admittedly said that we all make mistake just have to learn from it. This is how he grow as a leader and re-evaluate...
- Shared Experience – Which is more important? A leader or a follower?
In this Episode of Calvinayre’s Shared Experience, John English of Webe Gaming admittedly say it's a great question. He shortly described that a leader is very important since without a proper leader you may not have many followers.
- Shared Experience – What is your fondest moment starting out in this industry?
In this Episode of Calvinayre's Shared Experience, Rosalind Wade of Asia Gaming Brief revealed her fondest moment in iGaming industry. Her very first iGaming Asia Congress was 2008. For her, it's an eye-opener as she witnessed many young entrepreneurs and she dealt with different type of people. It was a...
- Shared Experience – What are the most important decisions as a leader?
In this Episode of Calvinayre’s Shared Experience, Andy McIver Former sportingbet CEO, confess about the important decision as a leader of organization. To continually reinvigorate the team and people he/she employ. He pointed out that even if you have the best product but don't have the right team it won't...
- Shared Experience – How do you inspire innovation?
In this Episode of Calvinayre's Shared Experience, Hussein Chahine CEO of Yazino revealed that innovation is a collective decision. Through connecting the dots and become a good listener. Ensure to remove friction and obstacles first. Most importantly one needs to have talent, ideas and definitely money.