Upcoming Events

Conversations of Intrigue

at

Melbourne Knowledge Management Leadership Forum

Time and Date: 6pm, Wednesday 26 April 2017

Inquiries about joining KMLF can be found here.

Y12_Calutron_Operators[1] en.wikipedia.org

Conversations of Intrigue are creative interventions that use narratives to anchor and inspire communication. Stories are chosen for their relevance to organisational culture such as leadership, knowledge management, performance management, and work related stress.

This interactive session will show you how to use the stories we experience every day in pop culture or art to facilitate a discussion that delves deep into organisational culture and the real lived experience of your colleagues and reports. The narrative we will work with in this session illustrates how people experience, store and transmit knowledge of their workplace.

 

1867. Eliza Blasina wearing horse-head headdress, short costume with attached horsetail, rows of round beads or bells around ankles, wrists, neck and upper arm.
1867. Eliza Blasina wearing horse-head headdress, short costume with attached horsetail, rows of round beads or bells around ankles, wrists, neck and upper arm.

I am available to speak at events!

Check out my speaker’s profile here.

Contact me if you would like me to speak at your event about:

  • Creativity
  • Innovation
  • Culture

These things are buzz words but, owing to the fact that I worked as a creative performer and producer of innovative projects for more than 20 years in a variety of settings, I can bring an in depth and original perspective that is unique.

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