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My experience of authenticity

My experience of authenticity

Being authentic in community engagement will require a generation of practitioners to stand for and celebrate truth, transparency and accountability in their work and ultimately themselves. Ironically, these values can not be taught in textbooks or at a conference but rather through personal experience. It is becoming clear that now is the time for a renewal in what matters in infrastructure projects. And it starts with us. 

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Tools for facilitation, deliberation and life

Tools for facilitation, deliberation and life

Home > Resources > Latest News Tools for facilitation, deliberation and life With Kimbra White, Nicole Hunter and Keith Greaves | MosaicLab. When the three directors of MosaicLab sat down during the pandemic to start writing a book about how to “do” deliberative...

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How to know what you wish you knew early in your career

How to know what you wish you knew early in your career

Let us face it. There is no one way to get into communication and engagement. For some people, this practice is their defined career. Others just happen to ‘fall into it’. No matter which path was yours, I’m sure you’ve experienced (or will experience) that moment in your career where you thought ”I wish I knew this earlier”.

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A renewed hope…

A renewed hope…

My relationship with community engagement began back in 1998 at the age of 21 when I found myself in a small but mighty heritage, environment and community consultancy named Context. For a bit of ‘context’, our office was originally situated out the back of our manager’s home in Brunswick, Melbourne.  I was incredibly lucky to be able to learn and be guided by some pretty amazing women who are still influential today. 

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Engaging with the new Australia

Engaging with the new Australia

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that society is changing. But what does the latest Census tell us about the new Australia and the future of engagement?

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