Recording Date: 15-Sep-2017
Recording Type: Live Streamed Event
Petris Lapis | Director | Petris Lapis Pty Ltd
Petris Lapis | Director | Petris Lapis Pty Ltd
Petris has a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Laws. She has also trained as a Master Results Coach, Master Performance Consultant and a Master of Ericsonian Hypnosis.
She has worked in the taxation division of one of the world’s largest professional organisations, in banking, been a University law lecturer (specialising in advanced legal subjects for post-graduate students), an external author for CCH Australia, the director and senior trainer of a tax training organisation (Tax Matters Pty Ltd) , a senior trainer with the world’s leading corporate mindfulness organization (The Potential Project) and the director and senior trainer of Petris Lapis Pty Ltd (providing non-technical skills to business). She has consulted to the corporate, government and non-profit sectors. She has provided training programs for some of Australia’s largest service providers across a range of industries and coached/mentored senior business executives. She has nearly 25 years experience as a conference and seminar presenter.
She has been a Committee member of a number of professional bodies and contributed to their education programmes as a presenter, author and advisor. She has published a number of books and hundreds of papers. She loves warm sunny days, rowing, great food and laughter.
Overview: As the world we live and work in changes, the way we will need to think to solve problems must also change. Law is facing unprecedented changes in the way we interact with our clients and the ways we do business. To survive, we will need to think more exibly and not be trapped by habitual thinking patterns.
Through an experiment, you will discover for yourself some of the common challenges we face in the way we think, the mental traps which stop us and how mood impacts creativity.
Learn simple but powerful techniques to challenge perspectives and nd a more exible approach to thinking, problem solving and decision making.
CPD: Professional Skills - claim 1 CPD unit/ 1 NZ hour
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