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Webinar 3: How can organisations learn from First Nations?

Wednesday 5 October | 12:00-13:15 AEDT

First Peoples' knowledge systems offer profound insights regarding complexity, innovation, and learning.

First Nations' knowledge systems and ways of operating offer important opportunities and insights into how all organisations can learn to do things differently, to achieve better results. This webinar will include insights and approaches being used by First Nations to enhance environmental, education and economic outcomes. Our panellists are drawn from First Nations communities, the Education Sector and the Public Service. Our leaders will share examples of these knowledge systems in practice and two-way learning partnerships that are relevant in the public and private sectors, non-profit and community. 


  • Arihia Bennett (Chief Executive Officer, Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu)

  • Cheryl Leavy (Cultural Agency Leader, Executive Director, Partnerships, Queensland Department of Environment and Science)

Facilitated by:

  • Lil Anderson (Leadership and Teaching Fellow, ANZSOG and Chief Executive of Te Arawhiti – Office for Maori Crown Relations)

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