Thursday, Session 1: 10:00:00 - 11:00:00
Currently Leading Vocational Teacher (TESOL)at TAFE South Bank in Brisbane, Queensland, Dr Snezhana Chernova is a fully registered Queensland Secondary School English Teacher. She was born in Russia and immigrated to Australia in 2017. Her previous occupation was a Senior University Lecturer in Linguistics at Moscow State Institute of International Relations. She has a PhD degree in Philology. Her research interests include but are not limited to studying lingvo-semiotical characteristics of comical absurdity, identifying basic functions of buffoonery, and investigating heterogeneous genres of entertainment discourse. She is currently enrolled in the Doctor of Philosophy programme at University of Tasmania. Her current research topic is “Using Technology to Enhance the Learning of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students”.
Session details:Unlocking the Wild Wisdom of Nature: Lessons for Managers from the Animal Kingdom
In today’s fast-paced and ever-changing business landscape, managers are constantly seeking innovative approaches to lead, adapt, and thrive. While conventional wisdom has its place, the natural world offers a wealth of extraordinary insights that can transform the way managers approach leadership, problem-solving, and decision-making.
From the unwavering memory of elephants to the multi-faceted vision of dragonfly eyes, and the precise decision-making of jumping spiders, the presentation will delve into the exceptional wisdom of the animal kingdom. Learn how to harness the agility of squirrel planning and the strength of wolves’ pack mentality to excel in the corporate wilderness.
Whether you are a seasoned manager or an emerging leader, “Unlocking the Wild Wisdom of Nature” promises to revolutionise your management approach and help
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