Exploration of Indigenous Leadership Practice and Futures in Australia
TLN’s mission is to support leadership development professionals and to progress leadership development in Australasia and the Indo-Pacific.
The focus of this session is to explore Indigenous leadership practice and decolonising LD in an Australian context. This session is intended to be a significant support to our highly impactful profession for Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples.
Dr Tjanara Goreng-Goreng is a Wakka Wakka Wulli Wulli Traditional Owner from Central Queensland who was born in the outback at Longreach in central western Queensland. Tjanara is an academic teacher and researcher who is currently an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Indigenous Studies at the University of Canberra whilst completing her PhD at ANU full time. Tjanara is an Associate Member of the National Indigenous Research Knowledge's Network based at QUT, and has taught at Southern Cross University, University of Queensland, Charles Sturt University, the Australian College of Applied Psychology, University of Sydney and the University of Tasmania as Lecturer and Senior Lecturer.
She worked for many years in the Australian Public Service and in corporate Australia as a transformational leadership senior consultant. Tjanara has been a psychotherapist in private practice, has trained other therapists in Non Shaming Therapy and worked at the Los Angeles Rosemead Hospital's John Bradshaw Centre for Addiction and Abuse Recovery. Her PhD was on 'The Road to Eldership and the Impact of Visionary leadership on Indigenous Community Transformation. She focuses on "Sacred Outstanding Visionary Leadership - Comparative Western and Indigenous forms"
The session focuses on LD professionals and Leadership Development practice; others are welcome to join.
Location: Online Date: October 25 Time: 2pm AEDT / 1.30pm ACDT / 1pm AEST / 12.30 ACST / 11 AWST / 3pm FJT / 4pm NZDT Duration: 90 minutes (flexible format)
Free for TLN members, A$50 non-members. (+GST for Australian registrants)
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