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    iCulture360 - Transforming cross-cultural leadership

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    How to transform management into exceptional cross-cultural leadership

    What is iCulture360?

    Our two-day iCulture360 Masterclass explores the intersectional of unconscious bias, personal attributes for effective leadership, stakeholder collaboration and strategic implementation while operating from a culturally safe and trauma-informed lens to improve the lived experiences of Aboriginal people and communities.

    iCulture360 encourages leaders to be the best version of themselves while reaching their full people potential as corporate change-makers that contribute to creating culturally safe workplaces alongside Aboriginal people and communities. Our work in the Masterclass is robust, transparent, thoughtful, and driven by the knowledge that when we know better, we do better—therefore our focus remains to build individual courage, curiosity and clarity for greater purpose and impact.

    This Masterclass is not for everyone: it is not more mediocre, bare minimum, pass the buck leadership. It is for the leaders who are not afraid of unconscious bias, who take responsibility, hold themselves accountable, lean into uncomfortable conversations and most importantly—it is for the ones who want to make a difference.

    The leaders in iCulture360 demonstrate personal attributes of resilience, courage, integrity, self-management and value diversity and inclusion. The Masterclass explores strategies to create and nurture authentic relationships where values are aligned, communication is clear, expectations are managed, collaboration is a priority and conflict resolution occurs without resistance. Enhancing a leader’s ability to critically self-reflect creates an opportunity to influence and negotiate highly complex matters with profound consideration and understanding.

    This program is for non-Indigenous leaders in middle management to senior leadership positions who are committed to expanding their skills, knowledge and experience in becoming the cultural safety corporate change-makers in their organisations. We encourage leaders within human resources, talent acquisition, and learning and development, and those responsible for the implementation of Aboriginal or First Nations strategic plans such as a Reconciliation Action Plan, Aboriginal employment strategy and Indigenous Procurement Plan t to attend participate.

    What you’ll get out of working with us

    iCulture360 help people leaders and organisations to gain the knowledge, skills and experience to embed First Nations culture and connection into their day-to-day actions and leadership. Through iCulture360 we:

    • Demonstrate insight into the social and political experiences of Aboriginal people in workplaces.
    • Identify strategies to build culturally safe and empowering employee-manager relationships.
    • Identify and implement strategies to grow and develop First Nations talent.
    • Understand Aboriginal workplace and community leadership styles.
    • Identify individual and collective leadership activities to positively influence the advancement of Aboriginal careers.


    The Masterclass is delivered virtually on.

    • Tuesday, 30 August 2022 commencing at 9:30am – 4:00pm.

    Meet your facilitator

    Dixie Crawford, a Barkindji woman and Aboriginal Engagement and Consultant living on Ngunnawal country. Dixie has 17-years of professional experience in government and corporate delivering on stakeholder engagement, Masterclasses, executive coaching, and the design, implementation and monitoring of Reconciliation Action Plans.

    Dixie and the Nganya team are bold and unreserved—they exist to ignite change and are okay with leaning into uncomfortable conversations if it means we contribute to meaningful and real action. Our collaborations are focused on building the capacities of organisations, so they understand what needs to be done, and how to do it and find individual and collective confidence in transparent and robust leadership.


    The iCulture360 Masterclass investment is $1,200 plus GST. Please note charges for the Humanitix platform apply. To process payment directly with Nganya please contact

    About Nganya

    Nganya provides a people and relationship-focused approach to better community engagement to ensure two-way relationships are nurtured with Aboriginal communities. We support and stretch leaders and organisations to make valuable contributions that achieve sustainable social change for equitable outcomes.   

    We consult on and provide advice that is transparent, informed and purposeful for the individuals and teams within the organisations we collaborate with, and the communities they are connected to. Our work is effective and long-lasting because our focus is not on ‘doing the work’ but committed to building the capability of organisations to have greater clarity, confidence and connection to the work they do in partnership with Aboriginal communities.   

    Nganya’s commitment is to support corporate change-makers to be more conscious, curious and courageous in their leadership and the collaborations they initiate with communities. We are determined to elevate thinking and action beyond generic and transactional engagement to more robust, targeted and outcome-focused partnerships. 

    We provide culturally sound and strategic advice to organisations and leaders on reform, social policy design, performance and program monitoring, stakeholder engagement and consultation. In addition to this we specialise in the design and implementation of Reconciliation Action Plans and/or First Nations Strategies.

    Nganya is a 100% Aboriginal, female-owned and operated business committed to delivering high-quality service and advice to our clients. We are focused on collaborations with purpose and community impact.

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