How to Reduce Stress and Anxiety by Only Basing Opinions on Facts


Directors, executives, political leaders and Rotarians labour under outdated views about the state of the world. For many this results in gloom and doom. Hans Rosling’s book, Factfulness, shows how the world has improved across dimension after dimension. Rosling suggests that knowing the facts reduces stress and anxiety.



Graham Kenny will show us just how much things have changed across the nations of the world. His presentation is highly interactive and will test your knowledge of world conditions.


Graham Kenny is an internationally recognised expert in strategy and performance measurement. He writes regularly for the Harvard Business Review, has written more than 70 articles for international journals and has authored five books. He is passionate about helping boards, executives and managers lead successful organisations in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors.

Graham’s executive experience has been extensive - as a turnaround manager, CEO, Plant Manager, Market Development Manager, Design Engineer and Construction Supervisor.


He has also enjoyed a successful academic career having been a Professor of Management in universities in the US and Canada. He holds PhD and Master Degrees in Management with a first degree in engineering.


Graham is a Foundation Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, a Member of the U.S. Academy of Management and a Member of the U.S. Strategic Management Society. 





From March 12, 2019 07:00 until March 12, 2019 08:30 Save to calendar

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How to Reduce Stress and Anxiety by Only Basing Opinions on Facts

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