Coronavirus is no excuse to stop training

Nungamanladi (Hello in Bardi) ,

It is not only coronavirus going viral, with supermarket shelves stripped bare, it feels that crazy or at least unexamined thinking has exploded as well!

With a pandemic being declared this morning, we think now more than ever is the time for people to continue work that helps them feel connected, that they are valued and belong, are contributing and being creative.

It is not a time to isolate.

It is not a time to stop learning.

It is not a time to give up.

It is not a time to use the virus as an excuse for NOT taking action.

It is not a time to stop training, reconciliation, closing the gap.

It is time to take a breath, show kindness and get extra creative.

This work can be done from anywhere – we do not need to be sitting in a room together.

We have the tools and technology – in fact, we’ve had them for a long time.

While there has been some scepticism that you can achieve the same outcomes with online training as face to face –  we now have the opportunity to prove that you can  – with very clever design and thinking.

Carla has been playing in this space for a long time. She founded a training business – NoMad Meetings – 12 years ago teaching people how to collaborate, facilitate and do interactive training online.

While she was ahead of times then –  we are ready – you can experience a training program with the same impact and outcomes as our highly regarded face to face programs.

While our online cultural awareness program is a great option and introduction for many of our clients in this situation – we have many other options. The virtual cultural awareness workshop is here to stay!

We are so confident that we guarantee the outcomes.

Is this something you would be interested in? 

You can reply to this email, call us on (02) 6100 8190 or make a time with Carla here.

Let’s stay connected and do this together.

Inyjidigal Gorna (Go Well in Bardi),

Munya and Carla
Evolve Communities

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners and their continuing connection to land, sea and community and pay our respects to Elders past and present.


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  • Carla Rogers, Director, Learning Designer & Ally
    Peter Spence
    March 13, 2020 1:56 am

    Well done Carla and Munya,
    This is just the sense of connection and collaborative thinking that is called for in these times of disruption – and at all times.
    I firmly believe that indigenous thinking can bring us all together. Evolve communities may trigger greater connection and help to resolve the problems of the separation, so prevalent in society today.
    Keep up the good work.
    Best wishes,
    Peter Spence


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