What’s possible when we support each other in our work to strengthen and heal our communities?
Our communities have experienced huge impacts over the past year. The double impact of bushfires and Covid have left us with a compelling need to recover and rebuild - and to do that as well as we can in a complex and changing environment. In these times, it is vital that we find effective ways to work well together - to support each other and collaborate on projects and initiatives that strengthen and heal our communities.
The Art of Hosting and Harvesting Conversations that Matter (also known as the Art of Participatory Leadership) offers simple and powerful participatory practices, patterns and processes to host generative conversations that can lead to coordinated action and positive change.
You are warmly invited to this 3 day introductory training in Eurobodalla. Wednesday, 25 November 2020 from 09:00 Eurobodalla Regional Botanical Gardens, Batemans Bay
Numbers are limited to help keep everyone safe. Please register early
This training is supported by Eurobodalla Shire Council and Campfire Co-op
To find out more, contact Mel Geltch firstname.lastname@example.org 0400 412 498