Deep Collaboration through Collaboration For Impact presented a webinar on 20th January 2022 ‘Nation-building and Negotiations: What it takes to collaborate in conversations about January 26, truth-telling, treaties and constitutional reform.’
The webinar was convened by Grant Paulson with panel speakers Mark Yettica-Paulson, Dr Josephine Bourne and Liz Skelton.
To view the webinar, visit the Resource Hub on the Deep Collaboration site.
Deep Collaboration is created by First Nations and other multicultural Australians, sharing their ideas, experiences and expertise with one goal in mind. That goal is to find a new way to work and lead together. This website describes a way of working that follows the values and steps needed to create this shared leadership.
At its core is an open-source platform that has extensive resources and tools to build skills in working across power, race, and difference whilst in collaboration. This is complemented by training and events. At a time of increasing polarity, Deep Collaboration offers a pathway to collaborate for organisations, teams and individuals working on complex challenges, as one enabler of the systemic change required to achieve systemic change on racial equity.
To find out more about Deep Collaboration, visit deepcollaboration.org