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CULTURE & CONNECTION 

OVERVIEW

Culture & connection event styles

Culture & connection featured modules

Creating a dream culture

Harnessing diversity

Wellbeing in the workplace

Pursuing purpose

Symbiotic cultures and connections

Living indigenous wisdom

Targeted outcomes

01

Openness

Ability to be real with each other and bring our authentic selves to the table.

02

Perspective

Ability to engage, explore and leverage new and diverse points of view.

03

Appreciation

Instilling a greater appreciation for positive contributions to culture and performance.

04

Connection

Forming deeper personal relationships, trust and confidence in each other.

05

Balance

Optimising work culture to support increased wellbeing, flexibility and performance. 

06

Respect

A culture built upon mutual respect across all stakeholder groups.

Case studies 
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Featured culture & connection facilitators 

Stuart McMinn

Stuart is an acclaimed cultural educator and international performer from the Dharug and Wakka Wakka Nations. Stuart has spent many years walking country across Australia, following sacred song lines and embracing his indigenous heritage while learning about bush foods, medicines, ancient philosophy, wisdom and sustainable living.

Stu's passion is sharing his heritage and perspective to enrich society and deepen understanding, connection and respect between modern and traditional cultures.

Nicole Gibson 

Nicole is a multi-award winning social entrepreneur, author and international speaker spreading the message of love and connection. She was named in the Top 100 Most Influential Women by Australian Financial Review and is currently serving as the youngest ever Commonwealth Commissioner on the National Mental Health Commission.

 

Nicole sees herself as a messenger of love and human potential and is passionate about mobilising people through inspiration and community connection.

Al Jeffery

Al is a facilitator, impact entrepreneur and speaker deeply curious about enriching culture, supporting personal development and fulfilling human potential. He has a particular strength in aligning people to purpose and developing mindfulness based practices to sustain high performance.

Al is passionate about facilitating spaces for human potential, inter-generational community and creative progress.

Alan Riva 

Alan is an author, entrepreneur and business advisor on a mission to help people and companies grow through a reconnection to purpose. Over two decades, Alan has grown successful businesses based on the principles of Purpose, Authenticity & Passion. He also has a long standing involvement charitable projects in Africa.

Alan is specialist at connecting teams with their purpose, passion and finding the fun and enjoyment in building a winning culture and successful business.

Uncle Paul Callaghan

Paul or 'Uncle PC' as he's known is a Worimi Elder, Author, widely regarded Aboriginal story teller, public speaker and community leader. His unique perspectives into wellbeing and leadership stem from a life of experience in business and community leadership as well as a deep ongoing connection to Aboriginal culture, traditional wisdom and spirituality. 

Uncle Paul is an inspiring elder and thought provoking presenter who's perspective, personal journey and depth of experience adds immense value to any organisation or learning event.

Ingrid Messner

Ingrid is a leadership facilitator and executive coach with 20 years experience working across Europe, Asia and Australia. She is passionate about coaching leaders towards better performance, strategies and connections. 

 

Ingrid is a specialist at inspiring new perspectives and helping leaders connect authentically with themselves, their teams and the environment around them.