Sandy Killick from Common Cause is hosting workshops in Newcastle on the 20th and 21st November. I will be joining, and am hoping that you might too.
Common Cause Australia is a growing network of people working to engage cultural values that create a more equitable, sustainable and inclusive society. A movement to bring out the best in humanity, by engaging our shared values of compassion and self-direction www.commoncause.org.au
Common Cause workshops are of particular relevance to people working in environmental and social change organisations seeking a more effective approach to public engagement.
The values framework is based on a growing body of research in the fields of psychology, cognitive science, linguistics and behavioural economics, that suggests appealing to extrinsic values like fear, ego and status actually undermines is environmental sustainability or social change efforts. It also explains how to achieve wide, deep and enduring change.
Introduction to Common Cause | Monday November 20, 2017 (9.30 am – 3.30 pm). Follow this link to register: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/59766
This interactive workshop is for those new to values and frames-based community engagement. We explore how values and frames work, why they matter, and what a values-based approach means for individuals, organisations and movements seeking to create a more just, sustainable and democratic world.
Communications Masterclass | Tuesday November 21, 2017 (9.30 am – 3.30 pm). Follow this link to register:https://www.stickytickets.com.au/59772
The masterclass is for those who have already attended an Introduction to Common Cause workshop and want practical support with applying values and frames principles to their communications. We’ll delve deeper into framing and have a go at workshopping an example of your comms.
Team building opportunity: to help you transfer the workshop learnings to your organisation, we offer one free place for every two registrations from the same organisation. Follow the registration links for more information.