Spurred by pandemic-induced upheaval, several Members explain how the Club has helped them to embrace the new normal of doing business.
When Cody Kroll was appointed his American recruitment company’s country manager for Japan, his remit was clear: establish and expand a team of motivated salespeople and support staff.
Ahead of an exclusive performance for Members this month, three geisha reveal what it takes to become a traditional entertainer.
The striking white oshiroi makeup. The flowing sleeves of a silk kimono. The immaculately coiffed hair adorned with golden kanzashi pins and multicolored ribbons.
A longtime Connections volunteer explains how a chance conversation at the Club led to an entirely new and rewarding career.
With his son set to depart for college in the fall of 1991, American author Harriett Jackson Brown Jr jotted down more than 500 lessons and maxims he’d yet to impart to his boy.
The kids grimaced as we pushed open the peeling door and brushed aside the overgrown plants enveloping the small side yard.
Inside, the house was dusty, stale, dark and empty, other than a couple of skittering funamushi sea roaches. But even with the prospect of creatures inside, I was excited. My teenagers less so.