CELEBRATING CAPACITY WORKSHOP: Optimising outcomes for children and families, agencies and organisations
Presented by Bridges out of Poverty trainer Nairn Walker
This intensive workshop explores key constructs for understanding human behaviour to inform strategies, increase engagement, optimise program design, policies and procedures to improve outcomes. Participants will identify key principles of practice and apply the material to their personal and professional settings and individual and organisational frameworks.
It has been designed for practitioners, case managers and policy makers, community organisations, law enforcement, counsellors, employment agencies, health care professionalism church communities, social service provers, welfare agencies and community leaders.
Time: 10am to 4pm
Date: Wednesday June 29, 2022
Venue: Banquet Room, The Capital, 50 View Street, Bendigo
About presenter Nairn Walker
Educator Nairn Walker has spent over 30 years working across Australia, New Zealand, United States and United Kingdom with over one hundred thousand professionals to identify potential, highlight capacity and-increase outcomes for individuals, organisations, schools and communities.
Drawing on expertise from three decades of working in Community Development she has crafted together learning from a range of world-renowned Thought Leaders and Change Agents including her personal international mentors.
Watkins' framework for optimal relationships and communication, Payne's 'Bridges' insights and Bernards' psychological expertise, all inform her practise which is committed to raising awareness, understanding and outcomes through sharing insights, frameworks and strategies that make a difference. Nairn’s aim is to maximise our ability to recognise, harness, increase and Celebrate Capacity.
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