In Cahoots is an in-conversation series featuring bright minds & big hearts.
Barbara Harvey, Head of Learning & Culture at Cahoot Learning, is in conversation with intriguing and inspiring storytellers to talk about life, work and learning.
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Rock star academic Dr Tyson Yunkaporta, author of “Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking can save the world” shares the importance of respecting different perspectives, the value of deep listening, the sacredness of the land and the power of recognising who holds the knowledge in moments and situations.
In conversation with Dr Sarah Brooker, author of “My Lucky Stroke”, shares her powerful story of the impact of a brain aneurysm and devastating car accident and her inspiring and positive approach to rehabilitation, learning and life.
Professor Marc Stears’ claims the vaccine for unethical behaviour is “connection”. Societies are becoming more polarised and the opportunities to be exposed to those different from ourselves are diminishing. In this conversation, Marc shares his thoughts on the power of connection and the tenets of ethical leadership.
Barbara is the host of “In Cahoots” and is passionate about storytelling and people. Her background includes learning, facilitating and a stint in casting for the Australian film industry supplying hundreds of extras and actors to major productions including The Wolverine. She is passionate about creativity, innovation, positive psychology and learning and always welcomes a good book or movie recommendation!