Cultivating and strengthening strong relationships within our groups requires intention. It requires us to create spaces of psychological safety, in which we can engage in conversations with each other about the things that matter to us, about our unique gifts, preferences and ways of being. In this participatory workshop, Nick Maisey will guide us to create our own personal profiles, that we can use to take back to our groups and workplaces to stimulate conversations that strengthen the way we relate to each other.
Nick Maisey is a leading West Australian social innovator, community builder and change-maker. In 2010, as an Occupational Therapy student, Nick founded Befriend, a Perth-based social enterprise that employs contemporary community building approaches to tackle social isolation, loneliness and exclusion. Nick has led Befriend’s service design and innovation work for the past 8 years, collaborating with government, community organisations, researchers and individuals from diverse backgrounds to nurture social connectedness and belonging for individuals and communities.
This is a free event.
RSVP to [email protected] or call (08) 9364 6909.
- Location: Lotteries Room,
Piney Lakes Environmental Education Centre, Leach Highway, Winthrop
- Cost: free
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