My happy place is working with enterprises in the creative sectors, not for profit sectors and the governments which enable them.
There are many reasons organisations engage me.
You’re too close, you need an outside perspective
You’re craving a thoughtful outside perspective and facilitator to work with you to help you bring together ideas and plans.
You need someone to undertake project, policy evaluation or implementation plans.
You have a project you’ve been wanting to get off the ground but are coming up against roadblocks.
You’re wanting to deepen your engagement in the places you work.
I’ts hard to find the time
You want to make the most out of partnerships, collaborations and exchange by having a solid understanding of where you are both coming from.
You need someone to bring together or edit your annual report, grant applications, pitches or presentations .
You need someone to write or translate bespoke resources, policies and guidelines into plain English and in a way that connects with your desired audience.
You want to build capacity
You need someone to design artist skills development programs which meet the needs of the sector, or your organisation in a really targeted and effective way.
You want to build the capacity of your teams to tackle problems and foster creative and imaginative problem solving.
I can help you to build organisational integrity and resilience during the planning, evaluation and implementation stages of new projects and strategic plans. Assisting you to align internal goals, values and decisions with the public face of your organisation. In turn motivating staff, increasing productivity and building the trust of stakeholders, partners and audiences.
I can assist with sustainable growth, repositioning or reduction strategies, working together to create a way forward that is pragmatic and within budget parameters. Giving you more time to focus on the immediate and pressing day to day tasks of the important work of your organisation. I understand the arts and not for profit industries. I’ve been in your shoes.