Here is another great description and analogy of what I do. Abstract taken from the 'Top Jobs In 10 Years Might Not Be What You Expect' article on Fast Company.
"Related to Codrington’s personal worker brand coaches and managers will be the role of what he calls the "professional triber," says Joe Tankersley, a futurist and strategic designer at Unique Visions. Tankersley says that as more companies rely on on-demand workers, the role of a professional triber—a freelance professional manager that specializes in putting teams together for very specific projects—will be in demand.
The professional triber is "the Hollywood model dispersed across the general workplace," says Tankersley. Just as Hollywood studios don’t themselves hire the individual cinematographer, editor, scriptwriters, and actors to make a movie, neither will companies of the future want to hire individual components of a team to get a job done.
Instead, they’ll turn to the professional triber, or director, to let them assemble the team they think is most appropriate to complete the project. Companies, just as Hollywood studios do with directors, will keep working with the same triber, provided his varying teams keep producing hits."
In short, I form and manage long-lasting professional partnerships and relationships, create bespoke 'agencies' for brands, facilitate and curate teachers and speakers.
My network stretches globally, and by using this approach, the work stays fresh and relevant.
I love what I do.