How do you lead and work with cultural sensitivity and awareness? Are you able to recognise your own areas of unconscious bias and effectively work with diverse teams? Mundanara Bayles will share her own leadership journey as a successful Indigenous businesswoman and introduce us to the concept of “Leadership Songlines”. Aboriginal culture can offer us a different way to think about leadership, decision-making and “soft hierarchies”, and this will be explored in a range of ways throughout this session. Learn about the Aboriginal Terms of Reference and how these offer an alternative way to think about your role and identity, personally and professionally, and how this process can provide different opportunities for connection, recognition and respect.
With Mundanara Bayles
Mundanara is the Managing Director and co-founder of BlackCard Pty Ltd, which is a 100% Aboriginal owned business, certified with Supply Nation. BlackCard is a specialist consultancy providing cultural capability training and consultancy services to enable people and organisations to work effectively with members of the Aboriginal community. BlackCard’s purpose is working with people, not for people, with the genius of Aboriginal Knowledge. Mundanara’s work is agile, partnership-based, and crosses multiple organisational borders. She brings people along with her through her inclusive and collaborative approach.
Part of the Learning from Bold Minds in Leadership series
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A recording and workbook (including slides) are available to registered participants and was distributed via email after the event.
If you are a staff member at a CAUL Member institution or you paid to attend this event, please contact CAUL National Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the link to the recording and the workbook.
Resources posted in the chat during the event:
Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages