The month ahead

The week ahead

Griffith Asia Institute Seminar: Digital diplomacy and the changing repertoire of narrative practices in international politics
19 Feb

Griffith Asia Institute Seminar: Digital diplomacy and the changing repertoire of narrative practices in international politics

In this presentation, Dr Jérémie Cornut provides an overview on how new technologies of communication changes the repertoire of public diplomacy.
Twilight workshop - Strategic Thinking by Design
20 Feb

Twilight workshop - Strategic Thinking by Design

Each year, the Professional Development Network committee organise a series of provocative, helpful and informative leadership sessions in one of two formats. This event will be a twilight workshop at East Leagues Club with Wade Haynes, Executive Principal, Brisbane State High School and Kim McNamara, Principal, West End State School.
Perspectives:Asia | As China rises, can its culture conquer the world?
21 Feb

Perspectives:Asia | As China rises, can its culture conquer the world?

To celebrate the release of the February 2019 issue of Australian Foreign Affairs 5, "Are We Asian Yet? join contributing author Linda Jaivin as she looks at how we ought to be able to relate better to Chinese culture than we do given there are 1.2 million residents or citizens who identify as ethnic Chinese in Australia and Mandarin is the second-most commonly spoken language after English.
Let's talk social impact: How innovative charities lead the way
21 Feb

Let's talk social impact: How innovative charities lead the way

The Griffith MBA and Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise invite you to join our first MBA for Life event of 2019.

The evening will include a presentation from two charities, each making a difference to Australian communities: Orange Sky and Rosies. Both charities are acclaimed for their innovative business models, creative business ideas, and social impact. Our guest speakers will discuss each of these topics plus the scale of their dreams.
GBS Alumni Breakfast: Career fulfillment in an uncertain world
22 Feb

GBS Alumni Breakfast: Career fulfillment in an uncertain world

Join the Griffith Business School Alumni Network for breakfast and hear from an expert on career fulfillment in an uncertain world.

This dynamic presentation will explore:
• How work has evolved to what it is today and the trends that are shaping the nature of work.
• The different perspectives of what work means to people.
• What career success is, and how to find it.
• How to motivate others by helping them find meaning in their work.