About this event
Welcome to Mistakes Well Made, a Live Series Event by Architizer on the challenges that architects face every day — and how we can learn from them to become better all-round professionals.
These conversations aim to highlight best practices pertaining to professional development and career progression through the lens of personal journeys in architecture. These stories will remind us how — if we learn and grow through them — our biggest mistakes can turn into our greatest assets!
For Episode 2, we welcome Ray Brown, co-founder and chief mentor at Archibiz. Ray has a passion for helping business owners – particularly architects – to realize their personal potential and that of their organization.
During what promises to be a refreshingly honest talk, we'll learn about the 4 most common mistakes Ray sees architects make in business, and how to solve them:
If you want to get better at business, or dream of starting your own architecture firm, this talk is one not to be missed!
Ray is a business coach and entrepreneur who has worked in the UK, South Africa and the US. He operated at CEO level for over 25 years before relocating to Australia in 2005. Ray’s passion is helping business owners to realise their personal potential and that of their organisation. He provides coaching and mentoring to a number of architectural practices globally and is former Chair of the Board of social data firm, Neighbourlytics. Since June 2019, Ray has been leading Archibiz's signature DAPS (Designing Architectural Practice Success) Live Course, along with chairing the boards and providing mentoring services for many clients. You can learn more about Archibiz courses here.
Paul Keskeys is a registered UK architect, writer and editor based in New York City. A graduate from UCL and the University of Edinburgh, Paul gained an MArch in Architectural Design with distinction and was nominated for the RIAS Silver Medal in 2009. Paul is Content Director at Architizer, with features also published in Architectural Digest, PIN—UP Magazine, Archinect, Aesthetica Magazine and PUBLIC Journal.
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