Time: March 19, 2014 at 4pm to March 23, 2014 at 12pm
Location: Hunter Valley Hotel Academy, Kurri Kurri
Street: McLeod Road
City/Town: Kurri Kurri, NSW
Website or Map: http://www.hunter.tafensw.edu…
Phone: 0403 330 932
Event Type: training
Organized By: Dee Brooks & Michaela Kennedy
Latest Activity: Mar 6, 2014
What kind of leadership do we need to cultivate NOW for the future?
With major changes occurring in the disabilities, aged, education and community services sectors, questions are emerging; how can we collaborate authentically in a competitive environment? How do we collaborate effectively across sectors? How do we step up and lead others into the unknown? What is the healing that needs to occur before communities can strengthen themselves?
How we can remain centred and hopeful about where we are going as a human race?
What is participatory leadership and how does it complement more traditional ways of leading and working? (Toke Paludan Moeller)
The practice of participatory leadership is strengthened by a range of processes that foster generative conversations where collective wisdom can give rise to new ways of thinking.
It is an approach to leadership that scales up from the personal to the systemic using personal practice, dialogue, facilitation and the co-creation of innovation to address complex challenges.
Participatory leadership assists in discovering new ways of working that are needed right now. It explores powerful ways to strengthen and build on relationships which allow us to serve each other and the greater good while discovering and harnessing the power of The Information Age.
When: Starts – 19 March 2014 – 4pm
Finishes – 23 March 2014 – 2pm
Where: Hunter Valley Hotel Academy
Mc Leod Rd, Kurri Kurri
Cost: For 3 days with lunch & tea breaks included
$770 + GST Full Price
$485 + GST Concession
Join us to co-create an inclusive, safe place for learning and collaboration with like-minded practitioners, innovators and community members.
This is an invitation to create an intentional community of forward-thinkers to address the conversations that matter, to make connections for positive engagement and promote healing with authenticity, willingness and openness.
“You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself.”