BETTER STORIES, BETTER WORKPLACES, BETTER LIVES.

High performing, resilient teams value psychological safety, whereas 80% of people experiencing workplace conflict report time lost worrying about those they don’t get on with, and 78% say their commitment to the organisation declines.
Our High Performing Teams, Restorative Justice processes and Violence Risk Assessment training and consulting services offerings:

 

raise awareness of personal responsibility, 
motivate individuals to collaborate as a team, and
provide your people with pathways to hold each other accountable for behaviour and performance.
 
Unlike approaches that focus on the individual, we understand the value of a team that genuinely collaborates, rather than simply cooperating to meet their own needs above those of the team.  
Our products and services are evidenced-based and grounded in Best Principles rather than Best Practice, meaning our work is informed by your specific needs.

 

 

OUR STORY.

We have over 20 years’ experience helping to build high performing, resilient teams, transforming conflicts into plans for cooperation, and preventing, assessing and managing threats of violence. Our team have backgrounds in employee relations, law, education, leadership, forensic psychology, restorative justice, criminal justice, social policy, and policing. Our people work across Australia, Canada, the USA, South Africa and the UK and have worked in thirty one countries since we opened for business.

More recently, we have expanded the scope of our work to include Resilience Auditing and Resourcing by defining RESILIENCE as multiple, overlapping and affordable pillars of support, and helping you identify, review and build appropriate pillars of support for your organisation. We also act as the coordinating secretariat for the Evolving Securities Initiative, in response to changing global harmscapes that threaten the security and safety of all of us.

STORIES

Face to Face: Community Conferencing

Face to Face: Community Conferencing

‘Ten Australians from diverse backgrounds sit down to determine the fate of a violent young man.’ The story reveals how community conferencing can be an alternative to costly and drawn-out court cases. ABC Interview on the film Face to Face, an adaptation of a David Williamson play.

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There is No Justice – Just Us

There is No Justice – Just Us

Article published in the Alternative Law Journal on the Restorative Justice process in case law.

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From Legal Justice to Restorative Justice to Relational Justice: Implications for our three New Worlds

From Legal Justice to Restorative Justice to Relational Justice: Implications for our three New Worlds

Presentation at  Land & Environment Court Annual Conference, Cronulla, NSW, May 2019.

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OUR CLIENTS