This 2-day workshop is designed for practitioners and leaders to increase their awareness and understanding of the patterns of behaviour and dynamics of power that show up with engaging First Nations and other Australians leading together.
Whether you are a facilitator, leader for an initiative or part of a team that works with First Nations and other Australians, this two-day program can improve your awareness and increase your understanding to make you more effective in leading change together.
This workshop will provide an introduction to Deep Collaboration theory and process including;
Facilitation & learning processes:
Throughout the workshop series participants will:
Who is it for?
Length and time commitment
2 x 4.5-hour workshop series & self-directed learning
1. Wednesday, 17 August, 9 – 11am & 2 – 4:30pm
2. Thursday, 18 August, 9 – 11am & 2 – 4:30pm
Participants will be required to set aside approximately 2 hours between sessions for personal reflection and pre-reading.
Accessibility and technology
The workshop series will be hosted on Zoom. Participants will be required to download Zoom and Chrome in order to be able to participate
We encourage all participants to use their video throughout. Internet access is required to participate.
We recommend participants use a desktop/ laptop whilst participating (rather than a mobile phone).
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 (as one purchase) 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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An Indigenous leader from the South East Queensland and North East NSW regions, Mark Yettica-Paulson was formerly the Strategic Business Manager and key presenter for Australians Together’s workshops and presentations. Mark brings decades of wisdom from his career in leadership development and community education across the corporate and government sectors. He is also a co-author of Lost conversations: Finding new ways for black and white Australians to lead together launched in November 2014.
Our calendar for the 2021-2022 Learning Program is evolving so keep checking for more details.