Masterclasses

We offer masterclasses for the curious professional wanting to build their knowledge base and skillset with the outcomes of communication and strengthening relationships for greater leadership and impact. Our masterclasses are designed for like-minded people to connect and better understand themselves and the people they are connected to. We specialise in three core areas: communications and stakeholder engagement, cultural leadership for non-Indigenous managers and reconciliation implementation.

We design and deliver our masterclasses to ensure you develop the skills and knowledge you need to be a culturally safe person who gets ‘right it’ when doing your job. While we are subject-matter focussed we are committed to helping leaders build a better understanding and expand their insight into the lived experiences of Aboriginal people and communities. We want what you do to have a purpose and make a lasting impact.

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Do you want to strengthen your understanding of the world around you and effectively influence how others show up alongside you? Our masterclasses will develop your skills to feel confident asking the right questions at the right that lead to lasting changes. We can assist you with self-reflection, critical thinking and courageous leadership. Get in touch to find out how.

Acknowledgment of Country

Nganya acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout this land and recognises their connection throughout time to lands and waters.

We admire the collective wisdom of First Nations communities in health, spiritual wellbeing, caring for Country, science, education, and trade and local economies. We recognise the past provides us each with an opportunity to have a better understanding of ourselves and the world we are connected to.

We remember, honour, and have a deep appreciation for First Nations people and communities who have and are emotionally, physically, spiritually, and culturally harmed by colonisation.

This country was never ceded— it always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.

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