Making Collaboration Happen Masterclass

Making Collaboration Happen Masterclass
Virtual Masterclass
Tuesday 20 April 2021
1:30 PM to 4:30 PM 
Professional & Associate $275
Affiliate $295
Non Member $325
*This masterclass will not be recorded so attendance is required



A link to the event will be sent to those that have registered the day before the event. 

If you are a NSW public sector employee, then you are eligible for Affiliate membership free of charge. Click here to join.

If collaboration is so important, why doesn’t it happen more often?

Collaboration does more than just improve our ability to problem solve. It brings new groups of people together and encourages them to learn from each other. It boosts morale and encourages staff retention and makes us all more efficient. 

Yet despite these clear benefits, the tools and practices that encourage good collaboration are often ignored or reduced to just putting people in a room together with butcher’s paper. 

The practical masterclass will show you how you can shape your workplace and work practices in ways that will encourage and support collaboration.
 
WHAT WILL I GAIN

This masterclass will introduce you to ‘hosting’ as a way to change ineffective meetings into engaging events where stakeholders do their best thinking and solve complex challenges. It will show you how to generate engagement and participation in meetings and lift the collective wisdom of a group/team to a new levels. Using these tools you will be able to create a work environment that can help you and your wider network of colleagues to come up with new ideas and develop solutions to complex problems. 

WHAT WILL I LEARN

This session is focused on learning by doing and will be delivered using the same underlying philosophy that you can use to encourage collaboration in your workplace.

It will be facilitated by two experts who each have a deep practical and theoretical understanding of workplace collaboration in theory and practice.  

A key opportunity in this masterclass will be for you to discuss a collaboration challenge that you are facing in your workplace and work on it with your peers.
 
PRE-WORK

Please come to the course with a specific example of a problem that you think needs a collaboratively developed solution.


SPONSOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

This masterclass is presented with support from our partner Bendelta




SPEAKERS

Justina Stromnes

Organisational Psychologist
Principal Consultant
Bendelta



Justina is an organisational psychologist and a principal consultant at Bendelta, a Strategic Leadership development firm in Sydney. She draws on 25 plus years’ experience in senior HR and OD roles in large, global organisations and her consulting practices in Australia and South Africa. 

Justina studies and works with organisations to design and facilitate high impact leadership development experiences and create impactful change in social systems. Her mission is to support leaders, teams, and organisations to perform at their best in an increasingly complex and changing environments. She works extensively with organisations in public and private sector to help them achieve positive change and transformation. Justina integrates science and best practice in the fields of positive psychology, dialogic organisational development and systems thinking to design and create impactful engagements that allow new thinking, fresh ideas, and solutions to emerge.  She brings a high level of optimism, energy and passion to her work and life.
 
Heather Watson
Executive Coach
Senior Manager
Bendelta



Heather is a Senior Manager working across Bendelta’s service areas of leadership and organisational development, strategy, executive coaching and culture change. She describes herself as a possibilitarian with a life purpose of enabling practical wisdom. 

As a strategic thinker with over 23 years of experience across a range of public, private and not-for-profit industries, Heather is known for quickly understanding context and getting things done. Through applying her deep experience and expertise in learning, leadership development and organisational development, Heather helps individuals and organisations to realise their full potential and together achieve results. 

Heather’s professional experience includes roles within retail, consulting, banking, higher education and private equity start-up firms. She also ran her own OD consulting practice for over 16 years and has worked across Africa and Australia.  

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Contact

Contact our office on 02 8066 1910 or email events@nsw.ipaa.org.au for any questions and/or clarifications.
When
20/04/2021 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Where
Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
 
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