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Dr Bede Harris book launch and ‘After the voice’ panel discussion [Video]

Listen to the launch of Dr Harris’ new book Indigenous Peoples and Constitutional Reform in Australia: Beyond Mere Recognition and the panel discussion with Michelle Grattan, Professor Stan Grant Jnr, Dr Bede Harris and Professor Dominic O’Sullivan facilitated by Professor Mark Evans, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research).The panel discussed a variety of themes—political, philosophical, and ethical—which arose in the context of First Nations reform following the defeat of the Voice Referendum, including:- The political context and the possibilities for constitutional and other means of democratic reform on First Nations issues moving forward.- Ethical responsibility and obligation and the potential for grass-roots communities and other forms of political organisations and ideas-sharing entities to play a role in democratic reform. – The international context in which Australia currently falls short of its responsibilities to First Nations peoples. – The relationship between faith, religion, ethics, and spiritual humanism in rooting Australian nationhood and community in deeper moral foundations for participating in politics.TEQSA PRV12018 (Australian University) CRICOS 00005F

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Ritual Effect Book Launch with HBS Faculty Band Performance [Video]

Join us for an extraordinary evening as we delve into the captivating elements of “The Ritual Effect: From Habit to Ritual, Harness the Surprising Power of Everyday Actions,” authored by Michael Norton, Harold M. Brierley Professor of Business Administration.This event will center on a thought-provoking conversation moderated by Arthur Brooks, the Parker Gilbert Montgomery Professor of the Practice of Public and Nonprofit Leadership at the Harvard Kennedy School, and Professor of Management Practice at the Harvard Business School.The opening act will feature a performance from “The Lights,” a band featuring several Harvard Business School faculty members including Alison Wood Brooks, Ryan Buell, and Michael Norton.——Michael I. Norton is the Harold M. Brierley Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School.He is the author of the forthcoming book, The Ritual Effect: From Habit to Ritual, Harness the Surprising Power of Everyday Actions. His research has been the answer to Final Jeopardy and has been parodied by the Onion. In 2012, he was selected for Wired Magazine’s Smart List as one of “50 People Who Will Change the World.” His TEDx talk, How to Buy Happiness, has been viewed more than 4.5 million times.Dr. Norton’s research on topics ranging from the hazards of humble-bragging to the rewards of matchmaking and volunteering has been published in top academic journals as well as popular media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, CNN, Forbes, and the New York Times. He co-authored Happy Money with Elizabeth Dunn, which was named by the Washington Post as a “Book Every Leader Should Read.” He received his Ph.D. in Social Psychology from Princeton University. Visithttps://michaelnorton.com/ for additional information, video, and more.Brought to you by Harvard Business School.This event is free and open to the Harvard community. Partners and friends of Harvard/Allston are welcome. Registration is required. The event will be hybrid, offered live in Klarman Hall at Harvard Business School in addition to joining online please register and let us know if you are goining us live or virtual.Parking is available for a fee at the Harvard Business School surface lot, located off Kresge way, in front of Klarman Hall, map and directions below. You can also purchase a one-day parking pass in advance by visiting this site as the surface lot only has limited meter parking.https://www.transportation.harvard.edu/parking/visitors/online-daily-permitshttps://www.hbs.edu/maps/Accessibility: Harvard University encourages persons with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have any questions about the physical access provided, please let us know by contacting: connects@hbs.eduQuestions? please email connects@hbs.edu.

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Are Editorial Reviews for Books Worth It? [Video]

Editorial reviews provide third-party credibility to your book, but are they worth all the hassle or costs? I worked with five authors in a case study using eBookFairs’ editorial review service. Find out the results from this project and if it’s worth getting editorial reviews for your books. • eBookFairs Free Editorial Reviews – https://ebookfairs.com/Home/FreeReview – code DALE2023• eBookFairs Editorial Reviews from the video – https://DaleLinks.com/EBFCaseStudy • Readers’ Favorite Free Reviews – https://readersfavorite.com/book-reviews.htm • Book Ninja Summit – https://bookninjasummit.com/• Book Ninja Summit (agenda) – https://bookninjasummit.com/agenda/ 🔴 The Self-Publishing Hub – https://TheSelfPublishingHub.com🟣 Join Channel Memberships – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKv8xcrFntOERL7NUXgkypg/join 🔵Join my community at: Discord – http://dalelinks.com/discordWhere noted, some outbound links financially benefit the channel through affiliate programs. I only endorse programs, products, or services I use and can stand confidently behind. These links do not affect your purchase price and greatly helps to building and growing this channel. Thanks in advance for understanding!- Dale L. Roberts