One simple question?

Do you spend the majority of your time trying to decrease costs or increase revenue?
Because these two things are polar opposites of one another.

In the quest for efficiencies people have lost context and humanity and in the process, organisations are more often than not contributing to their problems rather than being the solution. We often discover that many businesses are concentrating on the ‘what’ of human resources and totally forget the “how”. In doing so, diluting the value of their people, their most precious resource. This can only leave behind a wake of human disaster. The trick is to notice and to be able intervene before the whole population in your organisation is disengaged.

By focusing on the ‘how’ the negative impact of decisions will be less and therefore less traumatic for everyone involved. Communicating effectively and transparently with your people means giving them the right amount of insight into decisions and how they have been made. It also means genuinely understanding them in order to create a culture where people will thrive. In turn, this culture creates profit.

How we can help you

Our services are varied and can be either part of a solution or the full solution plus strategies for future success. We work collaboratively and utilise our extensive networks to provide a very experienced team of consultants to offer you and your organisation.

Learn more about Being More Human

Our Clients

Here are some companies we have already helped

  • Asian Aid
  • Centennial Coal
  • Medicare Local
  • Bishop Collins
  • Leah Jay
  • Newcastle Council
  • Muswellbrook Council
  • Tomago Aluminium
  • Kellogg’s
  • Port Waratah Coal Services
  • Weathertex
  • Sydney Adventist Hospital
  • State Insurance Regulatory Authority (SIRA)
  • Newcastle University
  • Food for the Hungry International
  • ADRA
  • PoliceLink – 000 line
  • Belkin
  • Phoenix Health Fund

Have the conversation with us

Michelle Crawford Chief Conversationalist
0432 265 335
PO Box 1204, Newcastle NSW 2300


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