The recent ‘Illuminate Impact Lab: From Dreaming to Delivery’ brought together innovative minds at Barossa Regional University Campus for a day of intensive learning and strategy development. Part of the Community Leadership Programme, this event focused on turning community-building ideas into actionable plans.
Adam Mostogl, an acclaimed entrepreneur and educator, led the workshop. Adam’s impressive credentials include running the world’s largest innovation lab for the Sustainable Development Goals, delivering education programmes to over 20,000 students, and assisting over 1,000 individuals to start their own businesses. He’s also renowned for running Tasmania’s first social impact incubator, bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience to the event.
Participants engaged in dynamic discussions about leadership, design-thinking, and collaboration. They learnt how to build capacity for gaining support and how to provide evidence that their ideas would lead to real change. This workshop was particularly beneficial for community group leaders, young leaders, and individuals with overlooked ideas.
Thanks to the support of Regional Development Australia and the Department of Primary Industries and Regions SA, the workshop was made accessible to all, emphasising our commitment to community development.
For those who couldn’t attend, we have captured the essence of the day in a video. Watch and see how participants left with not just ideas, but real, actionable plans for community impact.
Stay tuned for more events that empower and educate community leaders, driving innovation and positive change in our communities.