LINK Associates International Ltd. is a leading international training and consultancy provider in the specialist fields of crisis management, business continuity, safety, risk and media management. We focus on business impacts.
Since 1986 we have worked with major corporate clients to explore, understand and prepare for the wide range of risks that threaten organisations. We build plans, procedures and the personal competence of people who are expected to steer organisations out of trouble. Lenny joined us in early 2011.
Whenever our retired friend David B comes into the office, you'll see Lenny (and indeed all of his friends) perk up, because he knows that means he's going to a brand new adventure! For instance, going on a trek in Wales ...
Here's the photo album for Lenny's last trip there:
In September, Salma and Richard H went to the Pharmaceutical Industry Security Forum in Loughborough - and they took Lenny with them!
If you want to meet Lenny in person, he's going to be at the BCM World Conference at Olympia in London, 9-10 November. That's right, next week! He'll be at stand 12 along with some of his friends from LINK.
On Monday, it's Halloween. Halloween originates in an old Celtic holiday called Samhain, which is celebrated today by Pagans, mainly. Lenny doesn't claim to be one of those, but he does like to dress up and go trick-or-treating. Here are some of his attempts at finding the perfect costume ...
Which outfit do you think he should wear on Monday?
The great thing about having such a big extended family (so to speak) as Lenny does, is that they can take him on all sorts of adventures. For instance, Jean's son took him climbing up Snowdon in August:
And back in June, he went kayaking in Anglesey with Pete:
Previously, Lenny has been in Derbyshire's beautiful Matlock Bath, and Bakewell isn't far away from there. He accompanied Sofia on a trip to see the new Jane Eyre adaptation at Haddon Hall and stopped by Bakewell to sample both the famous Bakewell tart and the not-as-famous Bakewell pudding. Both went down extremely well, which was just as well, because apparently, period dramas aren't his thing. Or maybe he just prefers Austen over Brontë?