QJCCI Student Workshop Series 3: 28 May 2013
Leadership - what is it and why do I need it?
The third QJCCI Workshop event will be held on the 28 May 2013. It is the third of five student orientated sessions and designed to provide understanding and development of leadership skills.
The topic of leadership is regularly covered in the media, whether political, business or international leadership. A good understanding of what leadership really means and why individuals need to develop this important skill is certainly valuable in cross-cultural communications and interactions.
In this student workshop, Chris Whitecross will help participants answer the following questions; What is leadership, why do I need to learn about it and what should I do to develop my leadership ability?
When: 5:30 to 7:30pm on Tuesday 28 May 2013
Where: Location: Mills Oakley Lawyers
Level 14, 145 Ann St, Brisbane, QLD 4000
Cost: free of charge to members
Note: please be aware that it is a requirement that all Workshop participants are Members of the Queensland Japan Chamber of Commerce & Industry (QJCCI). Full Details on becoming a member may be found here.
For any inquiries, please contact Ms Moeko Sasaki via email.
You can book here now with your details and we will contact you to confirm your booking.
QJCCI Cocktail Reception: 9 July 2013
The ABC's Mark Willacy in tsunami-hit Rikuzentakata following the March 2011 disaster
Very kindly sponsored by Chamber Premium Member -
Institute of Continuing & TESOL Education - University of Queensland,
this reception features special guest speaker Mr Mark Willacy.
Mark's topic for the evening is "A Correspondent's Notebook: Reporting the News from Japan".
Mark Willacy is a former ABC Middle East correspondent and has been the ABC's North Asia correspondent since 2008. He's a two-time winner of Australia's premier journalism prize the Walkley Award - winning it for his coverage of the 2003 Iraq War and for his reporting of the 2011 Japan earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disasters.
In 2010 he was named Queensland Journalist of the Year and he's also won the prestigious Eureka Prize for Environmental Journalism. Mark has reported for the ABC in more than two dozen countries
This event will be held at Tattersall's Club located at 215 Queen Street, Brisbane from 5.30 to 7.30pm on Tuesday 9 July 2013.
(n.b: the main entrance to the Club is via Tattersall's Arcade)
Please join us for this special occasion -
- Members @ $45.00
- Guests @ $55.00
- Premium Members - 1 x free guest (additional guests @ member rate)
Numbers are limited - please book early to avoid disappointment.
Full details and how to book here. Please read our Cancellation Policy prior to completing your booking.
Our grateful thanks to Institute of Continuing & TESOL Education - University of Queensland for their kind support!
8th Renewable Energy Exhibition: 24-26 July 2013
To be held in Tokyo and organised by the Japan Council for Renewable Energy (JCRE).
Exhibition categories include products, technologies, services, peripherals and information that contribute to conservation of the global environment and biodiversity in all ﬁelds of energy and the environment.
Deadline for exhibitor applications is 19 April 2013. Admission to the exhibition is free.
For further information please visit the Renewable Energy Exhibition website.