WHAT WE DO
Provide quality ‘Two-Way’ Leadership support to kardiya (non-Indigenous) people leaders out bush, in remote Indigenous communities Australia-wide. Ninti alitji, lakun… the right way’
WHAT TO EXPECT
Independent, confidential, uncensored support and guidance in real-time from our team who all have lived-experience, are qualified, or are Indigenous.
WHO WE ARE
We are blood, sweat and tears, we are a team weaved with hard yakka, academic & professional qualifications, and with lived-experience from the frontline to senior regional management. We have real or chosen family out bush, and walk in two worlds. We want you to have the quality support you deserve from a team who have both ‘been there done that’ but simultaneously provide a space for you as an equal to grow or transition, without censure.
We’re not better, we are real….. practised, experienced, independent, confidential & have a degree of separation
It’s in our blood…
Our team have worked across over 1.3 million square kilometres of remote Australia in Indigenous communities and have over 90 years experience. We know firsthand the bliss and chaos of the work, we made every mistake in the book and learnt the hard way to find the best strategies and frameworks to being a safe and effective ‘Two-Way Leader’ where you practise both as teacher & student, bridging two worlds with your chosen community family and all without losing your sense of self & health…
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