Liane Munro

Tathra NSW

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I believe that given the right skills, people working together can draw upon the hive-mind to co-create robust solutions for a more resilient future. My passion lies in exploring the practices, processes and skills that foster this opportunity.

I joined Campfire to work with friends that are in deep practice where open curiosity, self-awareness, shared participation, authenticity, and transparency are honoured. And to work together in ways that create a bedrock of trust and care, and a sense of safety and mutuality.

I have a diverse work life that began in regenerative agriculture, business development, activism, and now group development. I have experience in academic research (published), and am a learner of Art of Hosting, Groundwork, Prosocial, Dynamic Facilitation and Dialogue for Peaceful Change.

My education includes a BA in sociology and peace and conflict studies, and an honours in group dynamics research. My PhD research focuses on the practices and skills that affect a group’s dynamic to improve its effectiveness, stability, and cohesion.

I live with my partner Jamie on Djiringanj country in the Yuin nation (Tathra) in a two-acre garden that provides our fruit, vegetable, and egg needs.