Cultivating Awareness Within the Land Care and Horticultural Industry
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The changes that need to be made in other spaces (pick any field not our own that obviously needs to change) often seem so simple and obvious when seen from the outside, but the closer change comes to home, the more complex and fraught with political and emotional tripwires the process of creating systemic change becomes.
While it can be tempting to start by demanding what seems like simple changes in other, more distant, spaces, we almost always have the greatest capacity to create change within in our own personal or professional network, as fraught as that process can feel at times.
This session will explore opportunities for addressing some of the challenges described in the previous four sessions, how to identify them and the patterns that support and reinforce them and how to name and describe them to our peers, clients and community.
The intention is to help develop a tool kit, to include in our day-to-day work and interactions, to help us highlight and communicate where change is possible and needed within our own professions and practices.
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