Collaborative Governance: Lifting the Curtain

Learn about the 3 Rhythms of Governance within an overall framework. We will explore how these fit together to support change. Learning will be practical, and participants will walk away with clarity around next steps within their own initiatives.

3 Rhythms of Governance:

  1. Corporate Governance
  2. Collaborative Governance
  3. Cultural Governance

Learning Outcomes are

  1. Understand the frameworks and where your work is sitting currently. Hear and learn from others as to where their work is also sitting.
  2. Learn next steps for your governance development plan.

Who is it for?

Leadership tables, boards, steering committees, backbones of collaborations for systems change.


Workshop participants will attend 2x half-day workshops.


1. Tuesday 21 June: 9.30am-1.30pm

2. Tuesday 28 Junel: 9.30am-1.30pm



Price per person (+ GST):

Standard $ 700
Not-for-profit $ 590
Group discount (bookings of 3+) $ 490

A 10% discount is available when you purchase 3 or more events in CFI’s Systems Change Learning Program 2021-22. Get in touch for package offers, large group discounts and tailored sessions for your organisation.

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Eula Rohan

Eula Rohan

Eula Rohan is an Independent Consultant who has a deep understanding of how to coordinate and guide collaboration in complex cross- cultural environments with diverse stakeholder groups. She is highly skilled in guiding systems change work that includes: co-design of innovative policy and program solutions and large scale strategic regional development.

Eula Rohan’s approach is one that supports individuals, organisations, and communities to realise their true potential, by walking alongside and enabling individuals to lead their own change. She has significant experience in supporting communities to reshape the way that government and service providers interact.

She is a highly competent executive who has experience in establishing startup backbone organisations. Her skills include project management, facilitation, collective impact methodologies, relationship building and stakeholder management, solution finding, small business management, policy writing and program design, cross cultural knowledge and understanding, planning, stakeholder management and recruitment.

Eula Rohan has lived experience working in remote and urban settings, supporting Australia’s First Nations Peoples to elevate their voices and priorities. Her network extends across government, corporate and the community sector of Australia.

Eula Rohan is an Associate Member of the Collaboration for Impact Network. She is passionate about aligning her work with the goals of the network which 'enable people to tackle big, tough problems and create large scale impact through collaboration'.

She believes that when people come together to collaboratively design their own solutions then they are more likely to succeed in implementing the changes they want to see.

Sharon Fraser

Sharon Fraser

Sharon is the Principal Consultant at Sharon Fraser Consulting.

Sharon has a focus on working with communities, government, peak bodies, NGOs and services, in the design and implementation of collaborative practice and in building united action for social change.

Using on-the-ground experience from implementing Collective Impact within the Australian context, her areas of work include facilitation, coaching, mentoring and training in social change and innovation.

Sharon’s participatory and co-design approach is strength-based aimed at achieving improved social outcomes through tools, such as:

Appreciative Inquiry
approaches which give a voice to people experiencing social vulnerability
exploration of change through reflection and analysis, and
exploration and development of shared power
Previous executive roles in health, community health and local government, have focused on leading and supporting transformational change.

Sharon has deep experience in assisting people and organisations to hear and understand diverse voices to develop a shared aspiration and way forward.

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