The Stronger Smarter Dilly Bag

by on Jul 17, 2015 in News, Resources, Stronger Smarter News, Videos | 2 comments

The Dilly Bag is used traditionally by Aboriginal people across Australia as a vessel to carry items of value, the metaphor of the Dilly Bag is used throughout the Stronger Smarter Leadership Program. Here David Spillman & Ben Wilson explain how the metaphor of a Dilly Bag is used and speak in detail about the tools, processes and approaches used throughout the Stronger Smarter Leadership Program.

2 Comments

  1. The Stronger Smarter Dilly Bag sounds like a strong took for positive change, how inspiring. Thank you.

  2. I love the idea of the Dilly Bag When I watched the videos and the non-Aboriginal teacher said what hit home to him was “the importance of having the courage to challenge conversations to go out and work with community and ask people to help them” and also when the young fella said “and doing things with people not to people” that hit me and actually bought tears to my eyes Really challenging people while also empowering them not blaming or shaming

    Powerful stuff
    Thank you Dr Sara and the Stronger Smarter staff

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