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Are Kindness & Self-Acceptance power skills Project & Procurement Professionals should add to the arsenal and if so why?

About this Event

We can all agree that leadership has changed – the authoritarian replaced with the collaborator. Soft skills (or Power Skills as some would prefer to call them) dominate over the technical. World leaders such as NZ Prime Minister Jacinda Adern have actively campaigned on words like Kindness & Togetherness.

In this webinar we are joined by Author, Illustrator and self-confessed Day Dreamer Josh Langley to discuss whether these are skills are truly valuable or just fluff project and procurement professionals just dont need.

Meet Josh Langley

From high school failure to award winning children’s author, chat show host, mental health advocate.

Josh Langley was told he would amount to nothing in life, having failed high school (twice) and being unemployed for several years. But that didn’t stop Josh from becoming an award-winning radio copywriter and award-winning author. His quirky and inspirational books have inspired thousands of people of all ages around the world to see life from an entirely new perspective.

In 2018 Josh won the Australian Book Industry Awards Small Publishers’ Children’s Book of Year.

He’s also a multi award-winning radio creative writer where he’s worked for 20 years in the radio industry before leaving and starting his own creative agency with his husband.

Josh is also a photographer, abstract painter and professional daydreamer. He runs workshops based on his latest book Find Your Creative Mojo: How to overcome fear, procrastination and self-doubt to express your true self and tours primary schools talking to kids about self esteem and resilience.

Josh is a passionate advocate for both kids and adult mental health having himself experienced childhood trauma, and since being with Generalised Anxiety Disorder. Positive mental health themes feature across his books, public talks, workshops and interviews.

Josh’s new kids book Being Wildly Kind is getting rave reviews. He lives on 7 and a half acres in the South West of Western Australia.

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