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Negotiation: when to push and when to pull back
June 4, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 4:30 pm$9.95
Our Facilitator for the Panel Discussion
Kathryn’s vision is to create a healthier, happier world by connecting people with outdoors-based activities and the benefits of nature. Kathryn is highly motivated to encourage people to find their inner strength and improve their ability to navigate the challenges of life. She has been doing just that for many years with a well established coaching and consulting service. Details can be found at: https://www.kathrynwalton.com.au/
Kathryn’s role will be to facilitate the panel discussion, leading us closer to healthier minds and bodies by exploring the topic of:
Negotiation: when to step forward when to pull back.
Our Panel for the day
Helen is passionate about regenerative farming practises and these ethics form the foundations of her farming enterprise at Picots Farms. Helen also juggles professional duties as General Manager of The Outback Way.
Helen is a strong advocate for women’s issues and will bring much to this discussion on negotiation, in particular, as she has been successful in negotiating the funding necessary to build a massive highway through the middle of Australia! A remarkable feat.
Tanya’s life is deeply engrained in biodiversity, horses, family, farming, education. A deep thinker, Tanya is also passionate about women’s issues and has been collaborating with me in the lead up to this event to help craft and design the event. I value her contribution deeply.
Tanya is currently Condamine Headwaters Landcare Coordinator (Warwick) as well as running her own farm and farmstay business at Wallaby Creek.
Julie brings deep experience in women’s issues with her years working as a Domestic Violence Counsellor in Kinagroy. Julie will bring much to this discussion having had to counsel women in extreme circumstances, assisting them to assert themselves when their needs were being overridden.
Julie is passionate about her garden and loves living in the rural sector.
Currently Consultant at: Bunyarra Counselling Services
Margôt is a lover of debate and in-depth conversations. She is passionate about women’s issues and was fortunate to have been selected to participate in the National Rural Women’s Coalition Women’s Leadership Training Muster in Canberra in 2021. Having had to negotiate her way through her own marriage over the last decade, she is highly motivated to explore this issue with other women.
Please bring your own lunch and a plate to share. Tea and coffee provided.