Advisory

Advisory

Our Program Design and Advisory Services team provide a suite of consulting services to help corporates, governmental agencies, the community sector and academia to facilitate programs that enable clients to realise their own economic wellbeing as they define themselves.

We work collaboratively with:

  • Corporates with an interest in promoting financial wellbeing and resilience for their clients, staff, suppliers, and community partners.
  • Government departments interested in financial inclusion, financial resilience, capability, and innovation to support jobs and growth.
  • Community Sector partners who can benefit from advice on program design and development of income generation strategies.
  • Academia interested in exploring small research projects and grant opportunities, and embedding financial capability within curriculum and student support programs.
Program Design<br />
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We co-design and evaluate programs to achieve maximum impact using human centered approaches.

Program Design

We co-design and evaluate programs to achieve maximum impact using human centered approaches.

Client Understanding<br />
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We explore clients' real life context to identify opportunities for innovation and raise awareness of key issues.

Client Understanding

We explore clients' real life context to identify opportunities for innovation and raise awareness of key issues.

Strategic Research<br />
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We investigate complex challenges in order to guide solution development and build a supportive ecosystem.

Strategic Research

We investigate complex challenges in order to guide solution development and build a supportive ecosystem.

Capability Building<br />
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We design and deliver high quality learning experiences for clients and support organisational teams.

Capability Building

We design and deliver high quality learning experiences for clients and support organisational teams.

[Turning the Conversation training] added an enormous amount of value to our organisation and I can demonstrate that.

Neil Smith, Transurban