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Enabling Meaningful Sustainable Change: A Deep Leadership – Social Ecology – Psychosocial Perspective – Jul 2017 – Penrith – Social Ecology Masters, Western Sydney University

Based on my 50+ years as a teacher, leader, change agent, psychotherapist & researcher (and, more importantly, as a long-time partner and parent), Professor Hill  designed this workshop to enable participants to delve deeper & broader (& more holistically in every direction!) re their thinking, understandings, actions & potential – by providing supportive exercises (mostly working in pairs), providing time for reflection, modelling & mentoring, sharing a range of frameworks that provide the foundation for his work, which has taken him around the world, enabled him to support other leaders & enable meaningful genuine progress. His aim was for participants to leave the experience feeling that significant change has happened – that will enable them to feel happier, & more confident  re their ability to collaborate to ‘make a difference’, despite the challenges we all face.

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Emeritus Professor Stuart B. Hill, Foundation Chair of Social Ecology,stu mirror 
School of Education (includes previous School of Social Ecology & Lifelong Learning),

 

Western Sydney University (Kingswood Campus)
Locked Bag 1797, PENRITH, NSW 2751, AUSTRALIA   
Location: Building KI, Room K-2-19A, Kingswood Campus 
P: +61 (0)2 4736-0799 | Ext: 2799 (Kingswood staff only) | Fax: -0400
Email: s.hill@westernsydney.edu.au Web: www.stuartbhill.com

Founding Co-Editor: Journal of Organic Systems: www.organic-systems.org 
Latest PPTswww.stuartbhill.com & http://www.scribd.com/doc/55937783
Latest YouTubeswww.wakeupsydney.com.au/Interviews/The-SandboxSyndrome
http://youtu.be/mzY1eZLwOdkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RdAWokEU64M & 
http://www.rr.ualberta.ca/en/SeminarsandLectures/BentleyLecture/StuartHill.aspx