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Grant Cameron: Commencing the Indigenous Leadership Dialogue

  • 27 Sep 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Online - Platform Details Advised After Registration. Timezone: AEST
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Commencing the Indigenous Leadership Dialogue

(note: postponed for medical reasons)

TLN’s mission is to support leadership development professionals and to progress leadership development in Australasia and the Indo-Pacific.

TLN is seeking to establish an indigenous leadership development dialogue. This includes exploring indigenous LD practices, and explore potential collaboration and pathways forward in a better world.

To help set the scene for this dialogue, we welcome
Grant Cameron. Grant is proud Kamilaroi man, and is Program Manager for Australian Rural Leadership Foundation, a graduate and facilitator of the ARLF Milparanga Program. 

Grant's experience includes leading the Indigenous Digital Excellence national Flint technology program at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence, as well as extensive experience in network and relationship-building with a diverse range of corporates, stakeholders and indigenous and non-indigenous communities. He has personal and deep knowledge and understanding of working with indigenous youth, adults and elders.

Grant has extensive facilitation experience working within 30 remote, rural and regional indigenous communities across the country over the past five years. He values and nurtures strength in cultural traditions, and has established meaningful connections with a wide range of stakeholders, including schools, land councils, ranger group

He has developed and facilitated workshops to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth, adults and elders, through a unique cultural lens—designed to inspire positive change within community. Grant is passionate about working with people and seeing transformative personal growth and positive behavioural changes.s, libraries, media organisations, and many others.

This session is intended to commence the LD dialogue and to help set the scene for the emergence of indigenous leadership as a part of the shared experiene of all humanity.

The session focuses on LD professionals and Leadership Development practice; others are welcome to join.

Location: Online  Date: September 27 Time: 1pm AEST / 12.30pm ACST / 11am AWST / 3pm FJT / 4pm NZDT Duration: 90 minutes  (flexible format; likely 60 minutes or so with Grant hosting and 30 minutes of virtual cafe)

Free for TLN members, A$50 non-members. (+GST for Australian registrants)

Numbers are limited. Not a member?  Join here.  

Further information available by emailing hello@theleadershipnetwork.org.au 

About TLN

TLN is a non-profit member association, founded in 1995. Over the past several years we've held multiple highly acclaimed events, featuring Marty Linsky, Niki Vincent, Ed O'Malley, Lisa Lahey, Brigid Nossal, Philip Hayton, Louise Marra and many others. We're focusing on building our profession by bringing leadership practitioners together to make progress and build networks. We want to benefit the world through better leadership development in individual practitioners and in business, government and civic organisations.

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