who advocates generosity as the way to be in business. Give people your best ideas, service, connections. Dedicate yourself to being generous.
Jane Boyd is a partner at GeniusShared, a highly connected community, that brings together exceptional thinkers and doers who are committed to building each other’s businesses while they build their own. She is a visionary leader who builds local & global community — face to face and online. Jane is the Story Editor of Liz Strauss’ book Anything You Put Your Mind To which was published by GeniusShared Press in Canada.
Jane is respected for the way she role models social generosity and builds collaborative partnerships. As a sought after speaker for conferences, training events & retreats Jane is a skilled facilitator & presenter. She’s able to engage her audience while also building community and opportunity. Jane also hosts conversations on-air via video.
As a lifelong entrepreneur, she is also the CEO of 45 Conversations, a company that helps build great places to learn, work, live & create. With more than 25 years experience in addressing small business, work-life, education, employee engagement and early learning issues Jane is a recognized authority when it comes to developing customized work-life solutions and workplace child care solutions. She’s a leader in developing online professional development experiences, courses and training for early childhood educators. Jane works with businesses of all sizes – from entrepreneurs to huge global brands, all levels of government, NGO’s, educational institutions & First Nation communities. Through her work, Jane has been directly involved in securing more than $2.75 million dollars in funding for projects relating to business collaboration, work-life balance, employee wellbeing, education, community development and child care.
Video Conversations Hosted by Jane Boyd
45 conversations – Jane Boyd has held a range of live video conversations with folks from around the globe — including many from the GeniusShared and SOBCon communities.
Below are some examples of writing by Jane . . .