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Bond Business Links events a success

Local business professionals and Bond University academics and students have had the opportunity to learn from internationally renowned speakers in March.

Two topical, thought provoking sessions were held at Bond University which also provided networking opportunities for all in attendance.

A Bond Business Links seminar and roundtable discussion was held on March 22 that examined ethics and ethical decision-making from multiple perspectives and a global paradigm.

The experts for the event were Professor Jeanie Forray from Western New England College and Professor Kathy Lund Dean from Idaho State University.

Dr Jeanie Forray described the six principles for responsible management education and the ways in which these principles can inform new ways of working in the global arena.

Dr Kathy Lund Dean offered insights from her ongoing, multi-year study of factors that influence how entry and mid-level managers resolve ethical dilemmas in their daily work lives.

A Business Links Masterclass was also held on March 29, which was an opportunity for attendees to participate in an interactive session on developing change leaders.

Dr Paul Aitken, Director of Acrede Consulting and former Deputy Director at The Leadership Trust Foundation, facilitated the session. He outlined the 10 change leadership practices which facilitate sustainable organisational performance and excellence during business transitions.

There was a large industry presence at both events including representatives from Global Innovative Coaching Pty Ltd, St Hilda’s School, Bartercard Australia, Carlisle Accountants, RBS Morgans Ltd, Ozz Investments and Central Engineering Pty Ltd to name a few.

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