for a better world.
We’re experts in transformative change facilitation, for individuals, groups and communities. Come learn with us.
Process Work Community Conference 2022
Finding Our Way in Different Realities
Grappling with conflict and collaboration in ourselves, our communities and our worlds
With increasing levels of divisiveness and polarisation in the world, how can we find our way when we encounter realities which can be very different to our own? Can we catch ourselves in those moments when other realities disturb us? Can we stay open to the possibility that we can learn from these other realities?
This conference is an opportunity to come together face to face for collaborative learning with researchers from our Process Work community. Each keynote session offers a way of working with different realities and navigating the complexities of colonisation, discrimination, and oppression. Individually and collectively we can learn how to reflect on our own, other and others’ realities.
Fri & Sat, 2nd & 3rd Sept 2022
Yugambeh country, Gold Coast, Queensland
REGISTRATIONS CLOSING at the end of June 2022:
Hundreds of people have already signed up for our FREE course
Understanding Power, Rank & Privilege.
The terms power, rank and privilege are being used more and more often these days, but what do they really mean and why do they matter? And can understanding them really ‘change your life’?
Short and powerful, the course will give you new insights to understand interpersonal and group dynamics.
Online – do it in your own time, any time.
Videos, pdf notes and exercises to apply the learning to your own life.
New registrations close at the end of June but the course materials will still be accessible to those already signed up.
ANZPOP Executive Director and course creator Liz Scarfe says:
“When I first learned about these concepts, it was like I put on a pair of glasses that suddenly made the world make more sense – so many of the things I found confusing in my work became crystal clear. It’s a game-changer.”
ANZPOP acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, Torres Strait Islander, and Maori peoples. We pay respect to their elders past, present and future. We give thanks for the wisdom of these peoples that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience and spirit of traditional peoples in the face of the devastating impact colonisation has had and continues to have on their culture, wellbeing, and sovereignty.