Paresa Collection - Leaders and the lens

“All great photographic images, be it landscape, product or people, are created by photographers using similar skills and equipment. Yet each photographer produces dramatically different bodies of work, demonstrating the unique importance of how each individual sees the world around them.”

– Stephen Wayda, Head of Photography and Associate Partner, Paresa Collection

 

Like photography, when you trust your point of view in business, it propels you to take action for impact and organisational success. Drawing parallels from taking stunning photos, when you are intentionally attuned to your environment, you are likely to spot untapped opportunities for value creation.

A signature highlight of every Retreat by Paresa Collection, Leaders and Photography masterclasses present a unique leadership learning adventure that will take you out into local places rich in authenticity and natural wonder.

Whether you use your mobile phone or a DSLR camera, it is a hands-on experience to understand the meaningful connection between photography and business leadership. This includes framing of perspectives to sharpen leadership vision, learning to trust your point of view to heighten leadership confidence and to spark a renewed sense of curiosity about the world to inspire change.

Explore and uncover game-changing leadership acumen through the power of the lens.

Stephen Wayda
Stephen Wayda is an internationally published photographer best known for his compelling images of Hollywood celebrities, men and women, lifestyles and the people and culture of far-off lands. Dedicating over 40 years of creating pictorials for international magazines, Stephen inspires the world with his unique perspective. His ability to capture those fleeting moments of impact draws rich parallels to leadership skills required for business motivation and results. Stephen believes that great leadership, like great photography, is about trusting oneself to take action by seeing your world with a new focus, vision and appreciation.
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