$965.07

Exclusive: Coaching Session with Mark Cabaj

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Department of Social Services, Enid Lyons building

71 Athllon Drive

Greenway, ACT 2900

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Would you like a 2 hour coaching session with Mark Cabaj?

About this Event

On Wednesday 4th March we are also offering 3 opportunities for a two hour intensive coaching session with Mark Cabaj.

You will have exclusive access to Mark to test or develop your approach to:

  • developing a systems change strategy
  • building alignment
  • developmental evaluation
  • innovation practice
  • scaling in complexity.

This is your time. You can bring your leadership team, leaders in your system or just yourself.

There are only three sessions available

9 - 11am

11.30am - 1.30pm

2.30 - 4.30pm

Cost: $850 per coaching session (plus fees and GST)

THIS IS STRICTLY A FIRST IN FIRST SERVED OPPORTUNITY (you will be able to go on a waitlist if you miss out)

When purchasing the ticket you will need to answer the following;

  • Who will come to this session(name, role and organisation):
  • If your problem / issue you want coaching on was the name of a book, what would be it's title?
  • In no more than 50 words how would you describe what you'd like to bring to the coaching session with Mark
  • Which time slot would you prefer (final decision on timing will be at the discretion of CFI)

About Mark

Mark is President of the consulting company From Here to There and an Associate of Tamarack - An Institute for Community Engagement. Mark has first-hand knowledge of using evaluation as a policy maker, philanthropist, and activist, and has played a big role in promoting the merging practice of developmental evaluation in Canada.

Mark is currently focused on how diverse organizations and communities work together to tackle complex issues, on social innovation as a "sub-scene" of community change work, and on strategic learning and evaluation. While studying the Solidarity movement in Krakow, Poland, in mid-1989, Mark experienced a variety of tumultuous events that signalled the end of communism in Eastern Europe. He stayed to experience the rebirth of the region and worked as an Investment Advisor in Poland's Foreign Investment Agency, the Foreign Assistance Coordinator for Grants in the new Ministry of Privatization, and the Mission Coordinator for the creation of the United Nations Development Program's first regional economic development initiative in Eastern Europe.

Back in Canada, Mark was the Coordinator of the Waterloo Region's Opportunities 2000 project (1997-2000), an initiative that won provincial, national and international awards for its multi-sector approach to poverty reduction. He served briefly as the Executive Director of the Canadian Community Economic Development Network (CCEDNet) in 2001. From 2002 to 2011, he was Vice President of the Tamarack Institute and the Executive Director of Vibrant Communities Canada. Mark lives in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) with his wife Leann and their children Isaiah and Zoë.

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Department of Social Services, Enid Lyons building

71 Athllon Drive

Greenway, ACT 2900

Australia

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