Challenging Communications with Alexander Borovskis
Season 3, Episode #2
Welcome Season 3 Episode 2
Alexander is an engineer working for ANSTO. And he is regularly asked to consult with the community about the nuclear industry and it’s waste.
I guess it’s a very entrenched approach for engineers … to impart knowledge on people
And since that first time, he has learned a lot.
I actually found it very challenging, talking to people and trying to tell them the facts
Through reflection, Alexander has learned a new way to talk with the community and discuss those challenging communication.
that kind of engagement and dialogue is something that was a complete paradigm shift
Extra discussions during the episode
Advice for future : Corporation and community working together
It’s going to be this two way dialogue where this is the community’s project…. how can we best deploy that, so it’s something that can drive mutual benefit from
Engineering item Alexander admires: Nuclear technology
I did not realise the absolute depth and breadth that nuclear technology actually contributes to society
Engineer Alexander admires: All engineers!
I just want to give my thanks to all the engineers that have provided and contributed to making society and the world a better place
About Alexander Borovskis
Alexander graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering.
He has worked with ANSTO as a Plant Engineer and he is now the Leader of Waste Operations (Acting) leading a team of 26 supervisors, technicians and engineers in the safe, sustainable, and customer-focused delivery of waste management services.
In addition to this he is the General Co-chair of the International Youth Nuclear Congress 2020.
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