Harbinger Consultants

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CURRENT | New projects for Harbinger

With John at the helm, Harbinger is readying for new projects, some of which have been in the pipeline for a couple of months. Last week saw the return of John to academic life after a 10 year absence as he lectured in the Indigenous Business Program at Australian Catholic University. Last week’s program was a residential school for out of town students, all of whom have inspiring stories to tell about why they are pursuing their studies. Resoundingly, it’s about providing Indigenous communities with more economic and workforce opportunities. John had an opportunity to meet and talk with his students in a learning circle context before embracing the elearning environment.

Also, Harbinger was invited to partner with Brecknock Consulting on a bid to write the Moreton Bay Regional Council Cultural Plan. Brecknock is, of course, the lead consultant and we will provide services in the community consultation process and other parts of the planning process. We’re looking forward to developing a highly engaging process that presents scenarios as part of the visioning process. Additionally, work on the Disability Action Plan for the Queensland Performing Arts Centre is well underway. This project will include disability awareness training and the integration of a ‘best practice’ approach to disability service provision and access by one of the state’s most important cultural facilities when it reopens for business after refurbishment.

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