Deep Collaboration Intensive – Practice and Awareness for Facilitating Collaboration with First Nations and other Australians
In this program of live workshops, self-directed learning and coaching, you will:
Deep Collaboration is a program of Collaboration for Impact.
Who is it for?
For people engaged in leading and facilitating others in collaborations involving First Nations and other multi-cultural Australians.
Participants will attend all 6 full days of live sessions between September-November 2021 (3x 2-day online workshops).
Wednesday 8th – Thursday 9th September
Tuesday 26th – Wednesday 27th October
Wednesday 24th – Thursday 25th November
In addition, participants will undertake self directed work, including videos, readings, self reflection, small group and individual work.
The program is supported by coaching with sessions before, during and after the workshops.
The Intensive program leads into a Community of Practice for facilitators engaged in Deep Collaboration work.
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 has advised organisations such as NAB, the AFL, Medibank Australia, Australia Post and The Foundation for Young Australians.
Mark was Joint Campaign Director for Recognise, the recent campaign for a National Referendum to amend the Australian Constitution to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and remove discrimination. Mark was the founder and Director of The Yettica Group, specialising in facilitating Indigenous leadership and assisting groups to work better as Indigenous and other Australians.
While CEO of the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre he drove the achievement of their RTO status. As senior leader at Office of the Registrar of Aboriginal Corporations he helped Indigenous organisations build governance capacity. Mark’s leadership and facilitation work has been with the several organisations including: NAB, AFL, Medibank, Social Leadership Australia, Desert Knowledge Australia, Australia Post, Foundation for Young Australians, Reconciliation Australia and the AFL Players Association. He is also a co-author of "Lost conversations: Finding new ways for black and white Australians to lead together" launched in November 2014.
Liz is Director and co-founder of Collaboration for Impact (CFI). CFI builds capacity in systems change and adaptive leadership for social change, systems change and social innovation working with and advising Government, Not for Profit, Community, philanthropy sectors on how to create the conditions for social change. Liz brings unique specialist experience, skills and knowledge in leadership development to building collaborations to enable cross sector stakeholders to change the way their systems work to create positive social change.
With over 25 years’ experience leading social change, Liz began her career leading NGOS’s in Scotland and Australia before co-leading the establishment and growth of a national social leadership learning organisation Social Leadership Australia. As Principal Consultant she spent eight years working with leaders in community, government and businesses across Australia developing the theory and applying the practice of Adaptive Leadership to tackle their toughest challenges. Since 2014 she has been applying the practice of Adaptive Leadership to place and issue-based systems change working with First Nations leaders and other Australians to change their relationship with deep collaboration, extending this innovative practice to communities working collaboratively across Australia to achieve better outcomes.
Liz is an author and teacher of leadership for systems change, and has co-authored two books: "The Australian Leadership Paradox: What it takes to lead in the Lucky Country", with Geoff Aigner, published by Allen & Unwin in 2013, and “Lost conversations: Finding new ways for black and white Australians to lead together” launched in November 2014 co-authored with a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders. Liz is also a Lecturer with UNSW’s Centre for Social Impact's Masters and Graduate Certificate in Social Impact.
Our calendar for the 2021-2022 Learning Program is evolving so keep checking for more details.