Friday 22 March, 12 – 1.30pm, in Wellington. Join Michael Davis for this free event, to find out how you can bring out the best in your team’s introverts and create a culture where being quiet is as highly valued as speaking out.
Based on the bestselling book “Quiet – the power of introverts in a world that can’t stop talking” by Susan Cain, Michael’s talk will cover topics such as:
- Is being shy the same as being an introvert?
- How can we better tap into the skills and talents of ‘quiet’ people?
- Do introverts make good leaders?
- The introvert/extrovert spectrum being one aspect of diversity and inclusion.
- Running meetings recognising diversity.
- Environments to best suit people who are introverted.
And don’t worry… there is plenty for extroverts to learn from this talk.
Michael Davis is a senior principal at Studio of Pacific Architecture. In his 30+ year career he has been involved in many aspects of architecture but he has a particular interest in the design of workplaces and educational settings.
When: Friday 22 March, 12 – 1.30pm
Where: Engineering New Zealand, L6, 40 Taranaki Street, Wellington
Cost: Free – light lunch provided
Register HERE soon as spaces are limited.