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  • Tue 25 Jun, 9:30am – 4:30pm


Whakatane District Council Office, Commerce St, Whakatane


All Ages

(Co-Creating and Maintaining Relationships at Your Place).

A community thrives when locals connect and collaborate to realise the potential of their place. Community-led development enables people to find, make and maintain relationships across diverse groups and sectors. Effective community engagement is more than consultation. It requires the vital elements of trust, observation, analysis and an ability to co-create vision and plan for change.

This workshop will help you:
- Assess your community relationships. How do you engage and maintain a wide variety of connections?
- Identify new allies, connections and influencers. Enhance what’s working and plan ways to widen your spheres of influence.
- Apply tools to build and sustain stakeholder relationships
- Establish steps to map and tap into the strengths of your wider community
- Expand your capacity to hold and maintain diverse relationships

Facilitated by: Kindra Douglas

What Others Say:
“An opportunity to learn new connection and collaborative skills in a friendly and well-presented workshop – engaging and fun while focused on learning.”

“The workshop started with a buzz and a real sense of connection that bridged the new people into the room into a collective group”

“Inspirational and interactive with great facilitation from Kindra – she made the workshop come alive”.

$69 per person (for non-profit and community groups).
$220 per person (for local and regional government, funders and private enterprise).

With thanks to Bay Trust and Whakatane District Council.

Email rosie@exult.co.nz to register or visit our website for more info www.exult.co.nz/upcoming-workshops/

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