Michael P. Chenier
Michael P. Chenier is a business professional specialising in business strategy, marketing, communications and project management. Equally vehement about the effective organisation, approachable professionalism, and functional creativity, Michael has earned the confidence of many long-term loyal clients in many industries.
Over the past twenty-eight years, his career has spanned many sectors over three continents with extensive experience in large scale event decorating, website development, magazine publishing and the retail industry. His business experience and trajectory underscores his belief that successfully marketing a product, service, or company requires that organisations go beyond building pretty websites, creating engaging social media and sending promotional emails. Marketing must encompass and permeate all areas of the enterprise. As the owner of Arore Communications, Michael is passionate about business communication, project management and business development and is always looking for new challenges and projects to help companies realise their business objectives.
A proud Canadian, Michael has an extensive business network in Canada, Australia and France and currently resides with his lovely partner in the hills above Monaco.
WHAT MICHAELS READING
The Kremlin School of Negotiation
Ryzov leads us through the most practical techniques in negotiating terms to satisfy both parties. This comprehensive book ensures mutually acceptable resolutions that leave you walking away successful while avoiding strained relationships.
Joe McCormack undertakes the challenge of inattention, interruptions, and impatience that all professionals face. The only way to survive in business today is to be a brief communicator. Executives expect you to respect and manage their time more effectively than ever by making your message tight and to the point.
David and Goliath
David and Goliath is Gladwell's examination of success, motivation, and the role of adversity in shaping our lives. It's an entertaining celebration of the underdog and challenges how we think about obstacles and disadvantages.