- PO Box 5200,
- Michael West
- 0417 074 283
Consultancy specialising: Reconciliation Action Plans Cultural Respect (Awareness) Training Facilitation, Networking and Engagement with Communities.
Reconciliation Action Plans (RAP):
Guwaali has been working on RAP’s since 2007 – Development, Launch, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation.
• Interrelate Initial RAP: Development and Evaluation yet to be Launched.
• PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) 2nd RAP: Evaluation, Launch and Implementation Strategies.
• Allen Consulting Group: RAP Evaluation prior to Completion & Launch.
• Sydney Opera House: RAP Evaluation prior to Completion & Launch.
• Australian Communication Consumer Action Network: RAP Development, Evaluation and Implementation Strategies.
• Australian Taxation Office Initial RAP: Development, Implementation, Monitoring and Evaluation.
Cultural Respect Training:
• 1 to 2 day Cultural Respect Training with 2 Aboriginal facilitators that is ideally around 15 or below participants, this is due to the activities and reflection on the activities in group Conversations.
• 1/2 day training with Executives/Leaders on responding to “Welcome to Country” and how to write a personal response and personal “Acknowledgement of Country”.
• It is all about Education and conversation.
To provide participants with:
1. Information, knowledge, understanding and sensitivity of Aboriginal people, history & their culture combined with reflection of one’s own culture.
2. To eliminate assumptions, misconceptions and myths.
3. To develop cross cultural skills.
4. To enhance cross cultural communications.
5. Aboriginal facilitators who use theirs, their family, friends and communities experiences to bring context to the content of the training.
Facilitation, Networking and Engagement with Communities:
Guwaali strongly believes It is all about Education, Conversation, Collaboration and Respect.
• Sustainability Round Table on Reconciliation and Reconciliation Action Plans for the Australia and New Zealand Sustainability Circle and Trans - Tasman Business Circle.
Networking and Engagement with Communities
• PwC 2nd RAP: Implementation and Community Engagement by bridging two worlds with creation of Reconciliation Art and building ongoing relationship with Aboriginal community/individuals based on respect as a foundation and shared outcomes.
• Australian Communication Consumer Action Network building ongoing relationships with Aboriginal community/individuals based on respect as a foundation and shared outcomes with music as a bridge and one form of community engagement.
• Relationship building with Aboriginal Communities, Corporates, Government Executive, and NGO’s as a Director of the NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (NSWICC), Delegate of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples and National Executive Member & NSW Delegate (Indigenous) National Sorry Day Committee (NSDC)
Michael the CEO and Founder of Guwaali is a:
Member & Cultural Representative of Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council
Delegate of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples
National Executive Member & NSW Delegate (Indigenous) National Sorry Day Committee (NSDC)
Director of the NSW Indigenous Chamber of Commerce (NSWICC)
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