Moze (Michelle) Crozier

Member & co-founder
Coochiemudlo Island, Queensland, Australia

I was inspired to respond to the invitation to co-create Campfire Co-op to practice participatory leadership and to walk my talk by creating a work environment based on high trust and self organising principles. I bring unique gifts of rapid information synthesis, graphic harvesting , hosting conversations that matter in small and large groups, service evaluation, organisational reform and change management. I have a strong commitment to host conversations that matter and harvesting wise action from those conversations.


I have worked and played in the human service sector supporting and serving people for over 20 years. I have experience in service management, academic research (published), project management, facilitation and consultancy, as well as lived experience as a parent of children with unique needs at the hands of different service systems (e.g. health and education).


My calling is to work with people who are curious about each other and changing the way things currently get done in organisations and the world. Through good processes, I believe that meaningful conversations are the key to unlocking wise action to reform individuals, workplaces, communities and systems for a more creative, curious, tolerant and compassionate world.   


At the heart of who I am is an ongoing commitment to see inclusive and welcoming communities that reduce the vulnerability of people who can be dependent on services and systems. I believe that this is ultimately achieved by recognising and honoring the expertise that each individual holds about themselves and their future possibilities.


I am an Art of Hosting practitioner where I am continually drawn to and amazed at the power of processes and methodologies, like circle practice, that invite people to bring their best authentic self to result in lasting positive changes.  I have recently trained to become a Flow Game host where powerful questions are used to help people integrate their own questions and intentions.

We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of all the lands in which we work and pay respect to all Elders past, present and future, and their people, culture, and history.  In Australia, we honour that this is Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land and thank them for the care they have given this land for thousands of years.  

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