Real collaboration is hard work – you have to be honest, raw and sometimes have tough conversations.
any leader or group whether they value collaboration, and you’ll
undoubtedly get a yes. Ask whether an organisation’s strategies to
increase collaboration have been successful, and you’ll probably receive
a different answer.
collaboration is seen as a value to cultivate instead of a skill to
teach. Yet in successful collaborations, such judgment gives way to
new normal advocates generating sustained collaboration in order to
crack new opportunities. So in this session we will explore creative
ways to build connection and give feedback so we can do what matters.
Bring a pad, pen, post it notes and your curiosity.
About Gabrielle Martinovich
Gabrielle is founder of CreativePivot
and works with businesses experiencing significant growth, change or
complexity to connect with their people, partners and customers.
Passionate about sparking ideas for tackling complex systemic
challenges, she is committed to processes that deliver practical
Her diverse background spans performing arts, tertiary education,
infrastructure, energy and resource recovery – facilitating groups to
explore alternative ways of collaboration that build resilience and
Gabrielle is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company
Directors, co-founder of the IAP2 Environment and Sustainability
Community of Practice and an alumnus of Social Leadership Australia.