Presented by Anika Valenti and Neane Carter
Neane presenting on Strategic Thinking at The Crown Conference Centre.
Solicitors Anika Valenti and Neane Carter ran a very successful and collaborative training workshop in Melbourne for First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing. The intensive two-day governance training focused on strategic, operational planning and risk management, delivered to the CEO, Board and staff of First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing, an Aboriginal community controlled health service working to improve access to healthcare in Melbourne’s urban districts.
The training workshop provided an opportunity for the Board to receive governance training, teaching skills and facilitating robust conversations about succession planning, the Board make-up and on strategic planning.
One of the participants said that the workshop felt like a “culturally safe” space that Anika and Neane had created. At TJC we are always aiming to provide a comfortable space within our workshops that warmly embodies inclusivity and respect and we enjoyed the opportunity to share that with First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing.
Neane and Anika with the attendee staff from First Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing.