Lighthouse, together with Greater Shepparton Communities for Children, and the Department of Education recently hosted a Collective Impact Workshop for local leaders in Greater Shepparton. The purpose of the workshop was to deepen understanding of systems change and to explore how a collaborative approach can help to address our communities complex issues.
Facilitated by Collaboration for Impact Eula Rohan and Cheryl Godwell-Pepper, the workshop explored what is possible and how each organisation can bring its strengths, resources, expertise to the collective table.
Over 30 leaders from many different organisations participated in the workshop, reflecting a growing shift towards fostering a more effective, efficient and placed based approach to tackling the challenges within our community.
We thank those who attended for their contributions to the discussion and we look forward to further collaborations and initiatives that will arise from the shared insights and momentum generated during this impactful workshop.
Pictured L-R: Amy Robinson, Greater Shepparton Lighthouse Project Executive Officer, facilitators Eula Rohan and Cheryl Godwell-Pepper from Collaboration for Impact and Kirsten Green, Program Manager at Greater Shepparton Communities for Children.