PUBLIC LECTURE: Catalysing Societal Wellbeing: Launch of Centre for Social Impact UWA Public Engagement Program
|Catalysing Societal Wellbeing: Launch of Centre for Social Impact UWA Public Engagement Program : Featuring a public lecture by international guest Marian Goodman, plus introduction of 2018 engagement activities
You are invited to join Professor Paul Flatau, Director of the Centre for Social Impact UWA (CSI UWA) and the CSI UWA team for the launch of our exciting public engagement program and an inspiring presentation by international innovation lab facilitator Marian Goodman.
In 2018, CSI UWA together with our partners will be driving a number of new exciting activities which we hope will advance a thriving and inclusive Western Australia.
Throughout 2018, we will be extending a number of activities that seek to drive the change we wish to see. Our well loved annual Social Impact Festival (7-20 July) will be ramped up, we will be launching several more Impact Labs (ongoing processes to co-create long lasting change around social issues), as well as beginning a range other initiatives including professional development programs, the ELIAS leadership program as much more.
Come and hear our plans; we would love you to join us and be part of the process.
We believe that we have everything we need in Western Australia to shape the future we wish to see. It is about us forming stronger networks and making visible the great work that is already happening, as well as participating in meaningful processes that support us to realise the future we wish to live in. And what is that future? It's a future where all humans and their places can flourish in a society characterised by wellbeing.
Join us as we explore the concept of Catalysing Societal Wellbeing in this event and throughout the rest of our public engagement program.
ABOUT THE GUEST SPEAKER
Marian Goodman (South Africa) directs Programs and Capacity building for the Presencing Institute, working closely with Otto Scharmer in designing and delivering training programs and innovation labs around the world - including Presencing Foundation and Advanced Programs (Brazil, South Africa, Germany, Asia, USA); and international cross-sectoral labs such as the ‘Global Wellbeing Lab – Transforming Society & the Economy’, a collaboration with the GIZ Global Leadership Academy (Germany) and the GNH Centre (Bhutan). The Global Wellbeing Lab was hosted between 2013 and 2016, with 49 participating global leaders in the field of Wellbeing from 17 countries and 5 continents. A number of Wellbeing Society prototypes and intiatives were launched including cultivating a ”Civic Learning Ecosystem” in Europe, a Global Wellbeing Lab Network and WE 7 (Wellbeing Economies) – an alliance of the world’s leading well-being economies.
Marian is Associate Facilitator for Leaders Quest (UK), and in South Africa she designs and leads executive education programs for Graduate Schools of Business as well as numerous clients in business, government and civil society.
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