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Red Earth Leadership Forum


“Leadership is not a position or a title, it's an action and example”

Are you passionate about the Burnett Inland and want to play a part in it’s future? But not sure where to start? Are you overdue to challenge your personal leadership commitment and are ready for fresh insights? Would you love to connect with other people who are just as enthusiastic about building an even better Burnett Inland for everyone? Or would you like to explore opportunities about how you can be involved in building a better Burnett Inland?

The Red Earth Cultivate our Future Leadership Forum was held on Thursday 28th July at the Murgon Town Hall and included two sessions with Barry Irvin, Chair of Bega. Barry is a global leader and his perspective will inspire you personally and professionally.

Red Earth has a 10-year history of investing in people as the vehicle for change across the Burnett Inland. This event created opportunities for community members to take an active part in creating solutions for the future.  Funding was secured and supported by FRRR through the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund’s Networks to Build Drought Resilience program to hold the first region-wide Leadership Forum of its type.

This event was open to everyone.

Graduates and sponsor organisations of the Red Earth Community Leadership Program were encouraged to participate, reconnect with their cohort and take the opportunity to recharge and contribute to building the resilience and viability of the Burnett Inland.

The draft 2022 Cultivating our Futures Leadership Forum report is now available by clicking here

Feedback on the draft report can be sent to

There are so many ways you can be involved and help drive future Leadership Forum's.

If you would like to contribute to future events, please let us know below, or contact us with your ideas.

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