Resilient Leadership - Q&A Panel

  • People & Potential
Date

23 March 2022

Time

3pm-5pm MYT / 5pm - 7pm AEST / 6pm - 8pm AEDT

Location

Attendance is either online or in person at the Australian High Commission, Kuala Lumpur. Select the ticket for the type of attendance you will be.

Social Good Outpost, together with the Australian High Commission in Kuala Lumpur and Australia now are pleased to deliver The Young Entrepreneurs & Leaders Speaker Series of events in Malaysia.

This Q&A explores the idea of resilience – the idea of gaining from disorder and ‘when things go wrong’. It will support a mindset and life shift which will allow individuals to embrace uncertainty to achieve a lifestyle and career that prospers when things don’t go as planned.

Long before COVID-19, uncertainty dominated many of our lives and professional careers. How do we cope with climate change? Which jobs will be automated, and what future careers will we embark on? How do we lead teams and self when our world drastically changes with little warning?

Learn how to develop anti-fragility by developing capabilities, adaptability and flexibility options. Learn more about the leadership skills needed for the decade ahead.

Speakers include:

Professor Michelle Ryan – Director, Global Institute for Women’s Leadership, Australian National University

Nic Radoll – Leadership Trainer, Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre

Attendance is either online or in person at the Australian High Commission, Kuala Lumpur. Select the ticket for the type of attendance you will prefer- register now at youthspeakerseries.com.au

In-person events limited to 2 per person in the Young Entrepreneurs & Leaders Speaker Series.

Online events open to all, no limit on number of events attended