Tuesday 17th March – 7:30am – 9:30am
Ginger Olive, 38 Manchester Lane, Melbourne
RMIT Lecturer Gordon Young – ‘How to Wrestle a Pig’ – Better Arguments with Unreasonable People’
*** Unfortunately due the current state of emergency, this event has been postponed until further notice (16/03/20) ***
We are excited to announce that professional ethicist and RMIT Lecturer Gordon Young will be joining us for breakfast at Ginger Olive with a special session of ‘How to Wrestle a Pig’ – Better Arguments with Unreasonable People’ – tailored to small business operators – that is, you!
‘Never wrestle with a pig, you’ll just get dirty and they’ll enjoy it’ – or so the saying goes. But life is full of people (suppliers, customers, stakeholders, staff members) who are unreasonable, uncooperative and sometimes plain wrong. If you can’t deal with them, then they win.
This intro session will help to equip you with the skills to not only wrestle those times in your life without getting dirty, it will also help prevent you from accidentally being the pig yourself.
RSVP here, to secure your spot today or email email@example.com
Gordon Young is a professional ethicist, lecturer at RMIT university, Principle at Ethilogical Consulting and writer at theethicsof.com where he explores a new topic each week.
Gordon teaches regularly at Laneway Learning.
Laneway Learning runs cheap, fun classes in anything and everything. It happens on weekday evenings in cafes, bars and other spaces around Melbourne.
Find out more about Laneway Learning, here.