As the saying goes ‘time is something we all have’ but is time something we all understand?
Many of us work in a 9am-5pm job realm and take 1hr lunch breaks and go
home and have tea around 7.30pm and ready for bed by 9.30-10.30pm and
the next day well, this kind of repeats itself.
Within our busy lives as facilitators, managers and leaders we draw up
agenda’s regularly structured around time to run our workshops and
But what happens if we found ourselves working with a group who may not exactly operate around the same time concept as us?
In this workshop we will explore some concepts around time and look at how different cultural groups understand and use time.
Through this exploration of time we can better understand and use these
time concepts to our advantage within our work as facilitators
especially working within Aboriginal communities.
About Charlie Trindall
Charlie is a Gamilaroi man born in North Western NSW and spent most of his adult
life in Anaiwan country on the NSW Northern Tablelands and now based in Sydney.
Charlie has a long interest in the area of facilitation since learning
Technology of Participation (ToP) methods with members of the Institute
of Cultural Affairs in the late 90’s.
More recently through his interest in energy and healing found hs way to
the Zenergy Global facilitation model and enrolled in the Diploma of
Facilitation in 2016, completing his diploma in December 2019.
He is a member of the SFN and AFN and has continued to develop and
broaden his facilitation training, interest and skills over the years in
a diverse ranges of group facilitation areas and currently works as a
facilitator and trainer.
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