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Entrepreneur, Business Professional, Mother of two, and accidental author of Sexual Intelligence in Business. Bobbi felt compelled to write this book in response to the new obstacles we all face in a #metoo era and what appears to be a new form of sexual repression brewing. Eternally outspoken, she was inspired by Women and Gender Studies at McGill University and her lived experience building a business in a male-dominated sector. Earning a degree in Political Science affords her a diverse lens to view the world and how people, institutions, organizations make decisions and navigate power relations. Bobbi is a strong advocate for equity, diversity, and inclusion, and co-founded WIN4Science, to encourage young women scientists to remain in academia. Bobbi has worked in nearly every sector, industry, corporate, non-profit, government, arts, academia, startup and venture capital and acquired education from over six institutions in areas of humanities, accounting, arts, and social enterprise. This gives Bobbi a wide spectrum of knowledge and experience that is extremely unique...oh the stories she tells! Taking this expertise and insights, Bobbi created imagine ideation, a firm that moves ideas forward by connected experiences and ecosystem diplomacy. With such an intensely varied background, she is able to facilitate discussions between sectors and disciplines that may not normally understand each other. As a natural networker and constant connector, Bobbi participates as a mentor to startups, taking on board member and advisory roles. There is much to accomplish in this world, and it is important to Bobbi that she makes a positive contribution to society and that her work has impact. Bobbi believes strongly that Love, Sex and Power in Business are the engines that drive everything. We cannot separate these primal components. As a girl from Saskatchewan, Bobbi hopes that her legacy and contribution to society will reflect her efforts in breaking down sexual taboos. As a change agent and a fierce sex-positive advocate, Bobbi is fighting for a sex-friendly world, one opinion at a time.
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Love, Sex, and Power are primal components of the human behavior. Why do you think that these elements affect businesses and careers and that they are the engines that drive everything?
Why is sex still a taboo for most people?
Gender and sexual relations have been boiling up in business and the workplace for some time, and after the #metoo movement, the situation is even more tense, muddy, and confusing. Can you tell us how learning about sexual intelligence in business would help men and women to better navigate this environment?
Why do you think people are so afraid of seeing their sexual energy as something positive at work instead of feeling that they are being dirty, inappropriate, or even being accused of being manipulative?
What are the second-order consequences of the Me Too Movements?
I know that you have a wide spectrum of knowledge and experience that is extremely unique and that you have worked in nearly every sector, industry, corporate, non-profit, government, arts, academia, startup, and venture capital and also acquired education from over six institutions in areas of humanities, accounting, arts, and social enterprise. How did your own professional background help you develop sexual intelligence and how did it spark the desire to help others?
Do you think that people are ready to flip the script on sex and start using their sexual intelligence in business to enrich their life, boost careers, and grow businesses?
Why do you think identity is contributing to conflicts in terms of sex and business?
Can you explain what is Erotic Capital and how to use Sexual Transmutation?
In your upcoming book Sexual Intelligence in Business: Provoke Conversation, Empower Yourself & Enhance Your Business, you inspire the reader to see sexual intelligence as a respectable characteristic as is artistic creativity, athletic ability, business savvy, or engineering ingenuity. Do you think Sexual Intelligence is the next level after Emotional Intelligence?
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