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Behavior change workshop: why mindset matters when making change?

March 30 @ 10:30 am

“Why mindsets and narratives matter when we have the opportunity to make change”

We are in a time when transforming the ways we live, work, play, move, earn and learn has enormous potential for the wellbeing of people and the planet. We can make changes that will make a big difference to us all. From redesigning our cities to enable everyone to get to where they need to go, rethinking our economic system to centre the health of the environment and wellbeing of people, changing how we build and distribute housing, so all people have a warm stable home nested in vibrant creative and supportive communities, to fully embracing the Māori intent of Te Tiriti of Waitangi. These changes, if they are to be achieved, require our people across public and private institutions to develop new understandings about the process, structures and skills that are needed to support people through change.

Join Marianne Elliott from The Workshop talking about why understanding and shifting existing mindsets in order to create public support for these transformative changes is critical. Why it is a significant shift from business as usual, and why it needs people in organisations doing this mahi to shift their mindsets about what is required and what to expect. Marianne will discuss why the way we talk about and communicate these changes – our narratives – are a fundamental tool in helping us build support for change in our own organisations and in the public.

This event is $49 + GST ($56.35 in total) to WasteMINZ members and $75 + GST ($86.25 in total) for non-WasteMINZ members. The Nelson Tasman Climate Forum is happy to pay for the participation of 1 people that would be able to give a small feedback. Please contact Marlène at before the 26.3.2023 if interested.

More information on this page.


March 30
10:30 am



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