Career Development: Respectful Conversations

Career Development: Respectful Conversations

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We now live in a more dynamic and connected world than ever before. Most recently transparency, discussion and debate on a range of issues has occurred around equality, respect and inclusion. We have an ethical responsibility to move education beyond critical thinking towards developing critical and respectful dialogue. Given this, critical thinking is an indispensable life and workforce skill.

Respectful conversation is a collaborative process to engage in respectful and sometimes, difficult conversations. Respectful conversations are learned in community and serve the community, and the process aims to unite people from all walks of life, diverse backgrounds and viewpoints around difficult, yet shared, issues and problems.

Elizabeth Griffin will address the question: how do we ensure we can respectfully share our different views and perspectives while collectively evolving together?

Elizabeth Griffin

Elizabeth Griffin

Elizabeth is a senior organisational development specialist with deep expertise in learning and development, diversity and inclusion and organisational change. Her background has included a variety of roles and responsibilities across several industries including financial services, professional services, airline and education. She has worked in global, regional and local roles based in Hong Kong and Sydney and as a result, is experienced in operating in complex matrix structured environments in both mature and emerging markets, especially across Asia Pac.

Intended Audience

This presentation is open to all members of the public.

Delivery Style

Presentation followed by Q&A.

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