StopAdani Leadership SkillUp
NOTE - this sign up form is now closed. To join the program, email josh[at]tippingpoint.org.au
The StopAdani Leadership Skill Up is a four part series of online workshops, run by some of Australia’s most experienced organisers and campaigners, that will help us build a bigger and more effective movement.
- connect with fellow StopAdani campaigners from across the country
- explore the local and global opportunities to stop the mine and shake-up the wider fossil fuel industry.
- learn how to grow the size of your local group (or start one) and to get more people taking on roles and responsibilities.
All the sessions will be run on Zoom. Sign up on the right to receive the details!
Session 1 - 5:30-7pm Wed 10 June - Adani strategy deep dive
Learn how the Adani campaign is having a global impact on the fossil fuel industry and what we can do next to slow Adani’s progress.
Guest speaker - Holly Creenaune (Senior Campaign Strategist at the Sunrise Project)
Session 2 - 5:-6:30pm Thurs 18 June - Qualities of Leaders
How and who do we support to become leaders of social change? We will discuss the qualities we should be looking for and nurturing to support people to become leaders in the movement.
Facilitators: Amanda Tattersall (co-founder of GetUp and founder of the Sydney Alliance) and Joe Chrastil (Industrial Areas Foundation, USA).
Session 3 - 5:30-7pm Wed 24 June - Building stronger local groups
To build a bigger and more powerful movement, our local groups need to welcome new people and give them a meaningful role. We’ll look at a case study of a local group with lots of leaders and share resources and tips that will help your group grow.
Session 4 - 5:30-7pm Wed 1 July – Building relationships and recruiting new leaders
Our movement becomes stronger through building relationships in our groups and asking other people to take on step up and take on new roles. Learn the skill of having a relational conversation and inviting someone to be a leader in your group.
Facilitator: Amanda Tattersall (co-founder of GetUp and founder of the Sydney Alliance).