Sally Paulin is the lead mentor of our modules about social innovation and co-creating the future. Her Resilient Leadership™ focus is Co-Creating Social Innovation and Co-creating Your Future: our 5th and 6th Keys of Kindness™.
Meet Sally here, where she shares her Resilient Leadership™ Journey in her story.
She has been teaching and learning about sustainability, reflective practice and leadership for more than 10 years. She has a lifelong interest in social capital and facilitating conversations which create sustainable and innovative solutions for individuals, business and community. Her book Community Voices: Creating Sustainable Spaces (UWA Press 2006) is used as a text in a number of sustainability and community development university courses.
In these Resilient Leadership™ modules, Sally will guide Resilient Leadership™ Community members through the concept of social innovation, systems thinking, introducing Scharmer’s Theory U practice alongside a range of tools and processes to develop catalytic listening and decision making skills.
Sally lives in Perth, she is an academic who teaches sustainability and non profit management, she researches volunteering and is a consultant with Theophilous Duff and Associates. She specialises in facilitating engaging conversations and personal reflection to develop holistic, sustainable solutions. She also loves to travel and brings many learnings from her travels to her understanding of people, process and the importance of place.
Qualifications and experience:
PhD Murdoch University, 2016
Finding the gaps; interrogating the discourse of who cares for the environment as designed by policy writers and experienced by the do-ers…the group.
Read her PhD here.
BA Social Ecology (Honours) MU
BA Communications and Education Studies (Murdoch University)
Coordinator, Australian Facilitators Network-WA
Photo by Rob Campbell.