Decisions affecting the environment are influenced by a complex range of interacting factors, overlapping jurisdictions and responsibilities, and lack of certainty regarding outcomes. This workshop will help you develop your capacity to make sound decision and judgements day in and day out. It will help you understand the use of tools that build your resilience, speed and confidence in decision making. Join us for this discussion followed by workshop activities and networking.
Join us for this in depth discussion about how decision making tools can assist your daily work.
Mary is an Environmental Professional with 10 years' experience working in public and private environmental services industry providing specialist technical advice to local and state governments, service providers, not-for-profit community groups and private business for infrastructure, master planning, conservation and ecological rehabilitation projects. Mary is an environmental scientist, terrestrial ecologist (flora) and project manager, experienced in the application of local, state and federal environmental legislation and policy frameworks. Mary is a Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP) experienced in providing realistic and practical environmental management solutions.
Leah is a solutions-driven and passionate ecologist and project manager. Having consulted to a wide variety of stakeholders in the public and private sectors, she has a unique, whole-of-industry perspective, gained during her 12 years in the environment sector. Leah has previously worked in several facets of local government and within multidisciplinary and specialist consulting firms. In the course of her environmental practice, she has contributed to a diverse range of client relationships and projects across Queensland, including urban the development industry, CSG, energy and mining sectors, State Government infrastructure and the Department of Defence.
Leah has specialised in ecology, botany and environmental policy. More recently, Leah's work has focused on strategic environmental planning and policy-making with Brisbane City Council, where she co-ordinates the contributions and positions on planning scheme development and neighbourhood planning processes on behalf of the Natural Environment, Water and Sustainability Branch. Leah’s passions also extend to community development, ethics and leadership for environmental change.
Leah is a Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP).
Belinda’s experience in local government and small business over the past 19 years has seen her progress through a variety of roles from environmental scientist, project manager, program manager, team leader to coach, facilitator and therapist. Belinda’s passion for and capabilities in people development and emotional intelligence developed through her professional roles and her passion for seeing people grow, transform and be the best they can be.
With a healthy dose of neuroscience Belinda can help others to acknowledge their emotional state, take responsibility for their decisions and create new neural pathways and helpful habits. When we connect with our internal, personal wisdom we have the confidence to make wise and strategic decisions, collaborate effectively, face challenges and bridge gaps across disciplines. Belinda works with individuals and teams to development these essential elements for our changing world.
This event will count as 4 points towards your EIANZ CEnvP Professional Development Log.
Do you pay your own registration costs to attend? Don't forget to keep your invoice as you may be eligible to claim your education expenses on your tax return.
Full refunds will be given for any cancellations made one week prior to the forum. Cancellations made less than one week but more than 24 hours prior to the forum will attract a 50% penalty. Cancellations made less than 24 hours prior to forum will attract the full 100% attendance fee. Delegates unable to attend are welcome to send an alternative delegate.
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