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Collaborating in community-led change

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Lincoln Event Centre

15 Meijer Drive

Lincoln, Canterbury 7608

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Communities thrive when locals connect and collaborate. In this workshop you will learn the importance of connectedness.

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EFFECTIVE PARTNERING FOR YOUR PLACE

A community thrives when locals connect and collaborate to realise the potential of their place. Partnering enables us to unlock resources, create new ideas, leverage our strengths and creatively mobilise to tackle both complex challenges and opportunities.

Working successfully with others requires focused attention on building respectful relationships, growing trust and sharing power. It’s an art form, not a science!

“Helpful, motivating, revealing, encouraging and uplifting”

This workshop is for Selwyn-based community groups and service providers.

THIS WORKSHOP WILL HELP YOU:

• Expand your capacity to hold and maintain diverse relationships

• Strengthen your partnering approach

• Prioritise your time and relationship investment

• Apply tools to build trust and sustain stakeholder relationships

• Establish steps to map and tap into the strengths of your wider community

• Identify new allies, connections and strategies for ‘joining up’

WHEN: Wednesday 5th May 2021, 9.30am – 4.00pm

WHERE: Lincoln Event Centre, 15 Meijer Drive, Lincoln

COST: $25 inc GST

A light lunch will be provided.


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KIndra Douglas will be facilitating this workshop.

Kindra is driven by seeing movement in individuals, groups and communities to generate change.

With a background in working for affordable housing, trained as both a teacher and a counsellor, founding chair of Nelson Tasman Housing Trust in 2004, and founding Director of the Victory Community Centre in 2007, she is a person who’s not afraid to look through a different lens to bring people together.

Kindra offers her Pathways to Power personal development course to women in Nelson, is an active Trustee on Community Action Nelson where they advance perception changes in different ways to be housed, and how more affordable housing can be created.

With a full and rich professional career in collaborating and connecting people, Kindra is always looking for ways to connect communities and help them find ways to look after their people.

“Watching the enormous commitment and enthusiasm within communities around New Zealand in the cultural, environmental, social, health, educational space is wonderful. I certainly wish to contribute to their growth and change in making a more liveable, equitable and regenerative world.”

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