UpcomingTasCOSS Book Club: Exit Strategy: Politics after the pandemic by George Megalogenis

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August — Exit Strategy: Politics after the pandemic by George Megalogenisshow details + $0.00 (AUD)  
July — Econobabble by Richard Dennissshow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Sold Out
May — Session 2: Women and Leadership by Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iwealashow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired
May — Session 1: Women and Leadership by Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iwealashow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired
April — Session 2: Start with Why by Simon Sinekshow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired
April — Session 1: Start with Why by Simon Sinekshow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired
March — Session 2: Dare to Lead by Dr Brené Brownshow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired
March — Session 1: Dare to Lead by Dr Brené Brownshow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired
February — Session 2: Atomic Habits by James Clearshow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired
February — Session 1: Atomic Habits by James Clearshow details + $0.00 (AUD)   Expired


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  • August — Exit Strategy: Politics after the pandemic by George Megalogenis
    26 August 2021
    8:00 am - 9:00 am

In this original essay, George Megalogenis explores the new political dichotomy of care and fear, demonstrating how our economic officials learnt the lessons of past recessions and applied them to new circumstances.

But where to from here? Join Bridget Delaney to discuss the latest Quarterly Essay and decipher Megalogenis’ take on the shifting dynamics of the federation and the appeal of closed borders.

You can get hold of the text at Audible, Fullers and direct from the Quarterly Essay (ebook).

The TasCOSS Book Club focusses leadership, personal development and advocacy through literature and prose. Come along to share your thoughts and reflect on the prescribed resources. This group provides a pathway for participants from the Community Services Leadership Course and Change Your Impact 2021 to further their own development needs and keep connected with others within the community services industry.

Once you’ve registered for a free session, we’ll keep you in the loop about upcoming sessions and reading resources. Also, you’ll have the opportunity to recommend a text (or two) for the group to study. The group will be facilitated by members of the TasCOSS team. The TasCOSS Book Club is an opt in, opt out group with no formal obligation.

Past Texts:

  • February — Atomic Habits by James Clear
  • March — Dare to Lead by Dr Brené Brown
  • April — Start with Why by Simon Sinek
  • May — Women and Leadership: Real lives, real lessons by Julia Gillard and Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala
  • July — Econobabble by Richard Denniss

You can join the session remotely using Zoom Video Conferencing. Details on how to join the Zoom Video Conferencing session will be distributed closer to the date.

Registration for the August session closes 5pm, Thursday 19 August 2021. For more information, please contact Bridget Delaney, Community Sector Development Officer, on (03) 6231 0755 or email Bridget.

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