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Being Authentic at Work

An Abeceder Quotation Conversation

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26m 14s
Language:  English
Michael Millward and Geffrye Parsons, a managing director at Maquarie Group, connect the Shakespeare play Othello and a verse from the Bible to explore the importance of living authentically.
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Description

Geffrye Parsons a managing director at Macquarie Group and advocate for diversity explores with Michael Millward what lines from the Shakespeare play Othello, a song from the musical Cage aux Folles, and a verse from the Bible Exodus 3:14 teach us about the importance of living authentically. Geffrye draws on his experience as co-chair of the Macquarie Pride employee network group to provide advice on being authentic at work, and what line managers can do to support colleagues to feel comfortable bringing their whole selves to work.

About the Author
Michael

Michael Millward

Michael Millward is the creator and host of Abeceder Quotation Conversations.

During a human resources career which started in 1981 in the UK Michael has held leadership roles in, start-ups, small, medium sized businesses, and large blue chip multinationals organisations, in joint venture, e-commerce, government, hi-tech, manufacturing, mining, major construction projects retail distribution, travel, hospitality, financial and service sectors, across the world.

In 2004 Michael returned to the UK and established Abeceder a provider of employment related, information, products, services, and expertise.

The Abeceder family now includes:

• Abeceder H2R a comprehensive HR software and HR support service that covers every aspect of every stage of the employer, employee relationship from hiring to retiring.
• WorkPlaceLearningCentre.co.uk – an independent, multi brand, multi format learning resources and training courses web shop
• workworkwork.works – an employees’ guide to employment

Michael holds a MSc in Human Resource Management from the University of Wales and is a Chartered Fellow of the UK Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD). For many years Michael was a volunteer branch chair and member of the Institutes National Council.