30 January 2009

Feb 9, 2009: What can we Learn about Leadership from Indigenous Kids?”

What can we Learn about Leadership from Indigenous Kids?” with Greg Jenkins

An indigenous youth leadership initiative in Western Sydney sponsored by the AFL was developed and delivered by Greg Jenkins in 2008. In this session, you will experience the simple facilitation tools and games that seem to be highly effective with indigenous and disadvantaged populations. The insights from this program have the potential to transform the way we plan and implement leadership development in organisations, schools and communities.

This session was received with high praise when presented at both the AFN Conference in Bathurst in Nov ’08 http://www.markbutz.com/afn/afn_08_conference/index.html and the ICEL Conference at UTS in Dec ’08 http://www.education.uts.edu.au/icel/

Greg Jenkins is an independent facilitator working with business, education and community organisations and founder of TinCAN Learning www.tincanlearning.com which develops and delivers blended learning programs in Facilitation, Leadership and Change. Greg is coordinator of the Sydney Facilitators Network.

14 January 2009

Dates for 2009

Sydney Facilitators Network Dates for 2009
2nd Monday of the Month
Skips to 3rd Monday if a Public Holiday falls on the 2nd Monday
5.30 - 7.30pm Room 5.580, Building 10, University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Jones St Ultimo

Feb 9th Greg Jenkins - exp learning - leadership

Mar 9th Elyssebeth Leigh – decision making

Apr 20th (3rd Monday) Joint meeting with Games & Simulations Network "Restorative Practices"

May 11th Ike Lasater - mediation/conflict resolution

Jun 15th (3rd Monday) Games and simulations Wildcard

Jul 13th I see where I belong (When I look at you)

Aug 10th

Sep 14th

Oct 12th

Nov 9th

Dec 14th