In an era where a pint sized 16 year old schoolgirl from Sweden can
lead the debate on climate change, anything is possible. Change and
action are no longer being driven by our political leaders – it is being
driven from our place of work, in communities and from classrooms.
How do we make change happen? It starts with ‘shared understanding’.
What would it take to achieve shared understanding and what difference
would it make to the world? Shared understanding requires a dynamic
collaboration process. If every group achieved a shared understanding at
a point in time the possibilities for multi-level change are endless.
In this session we will explore the art, practice and outcomes of
dynamic collaboration. This is set to be the final session in The
Collaboration Project series that started about seven years ago. Those
who have participated and put the practices into action with some great
results. This is set to be the last installment in the series and not to
About Greg Jenkins
is an independent change agent, facilitator and coach. He has been
actively involved with SFN for at least 20 years including 12 as
coordinator. Greg works in complex collaboration-based situations across
Defence, Government, Business, Education and Community. Greg believes
that the way to save the world is through dynamic systemic collaboration
– one conversation at a time.
Venue:University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Building 10 (cnr Jones & Thomas St), Level 5, Room 5.580
Take the lift to level 5, cross the atrium footbridge, walk straight ahead to room 580 on your right.
Time: From 5:30pm to 7:30pm | No RSVP - Just turn up |Donation $5