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This event is about transforming ourselves, our organisations and our systems.
Together.

Shifting power is how we change the future.
We need systemic solutions to the global challenges we face. Decentralising power and control is one of the important levers to shift to a more sustainable, equitable future. We’re bringing together leading practitioners who are experimenting at the edges of collaborative decision making, networked organising, community building and asynchronous collaboration. 

 

How we work matters.
Systemic change begins with what we can each control. The spaces where we work are an opportunity. Building radically collaborative, effective teams creates a pathway to further enabling our collective potential.  

 

Let’s do this together.
We recognise that new skills are needed to meet this moment. There are new capacities, mindsets, tools and methods to develop. We have evolving fields of practice and experiments to learn from. Collectively we have much to share. Let’s learn from each other, connect and amplify this growing movement. 

Whatever we are trying to change, fix, transform, shift, abolish or disrupt....

It all starts with Doing Better Work Together.

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This gathering follows on and expands upon the original Better Work Together book published by in 2019 and is in service of the Enspiral mission "More people working on stuff that matters." 

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Gathering Co-producers

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Anthony
Cabraal

Ants Cabraal has been building, supporting and advising decentralized organizations, networks and communities through Enspiral for a decade.

 

He was the instigator of the Better Work Together book and Sit Down And meditation training. 

 

He loves helping impact focused professionals connect dots, think bigger, move faster and grow. 

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Melina
Chan

Melina is a global citizen, social entrepreneur and community organiser with a passion for facilitating groups and individuals to do great things. Over the past 20 years Melina’s work has included cross sector collaboration, founding award-winning social enterprises in Cambodia, and growing the coworking community of Melbourne.

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Anthony
Cabraal

Ants Cabraal has been building, supporting and advising decentralized organizations, networks and communities through Enspiral for a decade.

 

He was the instigator of the Better Work Together book and Sit Down And meditation training. 

 

He loves helping impact focused professionals connect dots, think bigger, move faster and grow.

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Melina
Chan

Mel Chan (she/they) is an Enspiral Network member, DSIL Global kin, spinner of those elusive seaweed threads that weave this network of networks. 

As an entrepreneur, facilitator, advisor, and coach, Mel sees her role as one rooted deeply in listening and accompaniment, journeying alongside clients, allies, and collaborators.

 

Playful yet unafraid of hard truths, she finds joy in facilitating and designing with individuals, communities, and organisations to seed big ideas and make the seemingly impossible possible.

bwt-book.png

This gathering follows on and expands upon the original Better Work Together book published by in 2019 and is in service of the Enspiral mission "More people working on stuff that matters." 

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Delivery Squad

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Anthony
Cabraal

Ants Cabraal has been building, supporting and advising decentralized organizations, networks and communities through Enspiral for a decade.

 

He was the instigator of the Better Work Together book and Sit Down And meditation training. 

 

He loves helping impact focused professionals connect dots, think bigger, move faster and grow. 

1516281725420.jpeg

Melina
Chan

Melina is a global citizen, social entrepreneur and community organiser with a passion for facilitating groups and individuals to do great things. Over the past 20 years Melina’s work has included cross sector collaboration, founding award-winning social enterprises in Cambodia, and growing the coworking community of Melbourne.

Supporting organisations

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All tickets also include 1 month access to our network connection platform.