Working across many worlds
We establish cross cultural teams for much of the work that we do. This lets us tap into a wider range of knowledge and deliver better results.
Through our Two Ways Learning and Doing approach we create safe environments that encourage people to recognise and share their knowledge and talk with each other about the real issues. This means that organisational decision making is more likely to be effective because it is based on broader and deeper information.
Two Ways Issues Discovery
We have developed a Two Ways Issues Discovery process based on semi or unstructured ‘interviews’ between our team members and key stakeholders. This process means that participants are culturally safe and more likely to talk about the real issues.
We use this approach for facilitation, planning and governance work with Aboriginal organisations or those seeking to do work in this space.
Two Ways Work Takes Time
The Two Ways Learning and Doing processes are more expensive initially – because there are two people instead of one. However we quickly pay for ourselves through the value of getting the real issues on the table which enables organisations to make informed decisions which drive organisational strategy and effectiveness.