Liz Skelton

Collective Impact Consultant / CSI UNSW Affiliate, Collaboration for Impact

Committed to achieving social change for a better world, Liz Skelton is renowned in Australia for her work and expertise as a leader, consultant, author and facilitator of leadership for social and adaptive system change. Having accumulated 25 years of experience in both: the innovative development of leadership practice for social change with leading CEO’s and Change Agents (Social Leadership Australia); and hands on leadership of cutting edge social change organisations in Australia and the UK (Streetwize Communications; Crew 2000. Liz brings this unique experience, skills and knowledge to the development of collaboration which enables cross stakeholder/sectors to change the way their systems work together to create positive social change. In 2013, she co-authored her first book, “The Australian Leadership Paradox: What it takes to lead in the Lucky Country”, together with Geoff Aigner, published by Allen & Unwin. Her latest book “Lost conversations: Finding new ways for black and white Australians to lead together” was launched in Nov 2014 and was co-authored with a group of Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders during a five year leadership initiative. Liz is currently co-lecturing with Kerry Graham on the Centre for Social Impact’s Graduate Certificate & Masters in Social Change elective – Collaboration for Social Impact.
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