Breaking the Corporate Stigma, Geoff McDonald

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Former Global VP of HR at Unilever

Geoff McDonald’s crucible moment came in the middle of the night. He had a panic attack. At the time, Geoff was Vice President of HR for multi-billion dollar company Unilever. A real career alpha-man, he had no idea what was wrong. In this riveting talk he describes his road to recovery and how his experience has propelled him into trying to lift the stigma of depression and anxiety in the corporate world. Geoff is married with two girls and is a passionate cyclist and swimmer.

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