Come together to explore how Mindfulness-based practice and Neuroplasticity can help you become more effective at work and better at managing your work relationships.
The presenter – Michael Bartura
Michael has 25 years of management experience in business, social ventures and not-for-profits. He is a certified positive neuroplasticity facilitator and a long-time associate of the Asian Leadership Institute in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Come and sharpen your mind !
His continued determination and make it happen attitude has seen CoWork Me turn from vision to a hive of activity for businesses from a range of industries.
Rob’s immediate professional background is dominated by his own Digital Marketing business –Dot.Digitial which he began in 2015 and still operates on a smaller scale to date.
Rob also worked at RMIT back as young pup managing part of the website as well looking after marketing directive for international students.
Known affectionately as the Berto, Rob has his hands full outside of CoWork Me with 4-year-old twin boys who, as well as being extremely cute, have been known to leave a trail of destruction in their wake.
A self proclaimed ‘Jock-Nerd’ Rob’s interest’s range from 80’s Sci-Fi movies and memorabilia to sneakers and Baseball where he still plays occasionally for his team ‘The Glen Iris Fat Bastards’ and has hit “too many ‘dingers’ too recall”… Sure Rob.
A lover of all music (with the exception of Kanye West) Rob has Tame Impala at the top of his list and still claims he liked them ‘before they were cool’ after seeing them at Laneway Festival.
Rob’s favourite part of working at CoWork Me are the people he gets to work with everyday, so make sure to track him down for a chat.
- One of the hairiest men alive
- Whiskey connoisseur
- Has a set of Alf Cards from 1992
- Dislikes Donald Trump + Kanye West
Latest posts by Rob - CoWork Me (see all)
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