Career Conversation – Talk about a time you turned up late to work

Life Prep Framework | Week 29 – Workplace responsibilities

We have a set of workplace responsibilities which include things like turning up when you said you would.

Share a time when you were late, and talk about how that impacted on your work and the work of your colleagues.

Use this conversation starter as a PDF or print it out. The best time to chat is when you’re all together and not in a rush, so at dinner time for example, or during a longer car ride. If finding a time when you’re all together is tricky, you can also use a group message to get people talking.

Teacher Notes
This resources is a zip folder with two PDFs – one full-colour, and one which is printer-friendly. You can share the files with parents, attach them to emails, upload them to your school intranet, and also print at school.
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