Harbinger Consultants

Creative Sustainability :: Place, People, Product, Potential, Partnership + Pollinating

Capability

Harbinger Consultants’ service provision is focused on research, planning and strategy for the realisation of creative and connected places, communities and organisations. We work across three priorities – both independently as part of larger project teams – using creative, deliberative and consultative methods to realise enduring and sustainable outcomes that are people and planet responsive and futures oriented.

Place

  • Community engagement, collaboration and consultation
  • Place-based strategic thinking
  • Cultural, creative industries and public art planning
  • Cultural infrastructure, clustering and precincts
  • Robust and smart communities and enterprises

Organisations

  • For-profit and not-for-profit
  • Small to medium enterprise, home-based business and ‘solopreneurs’
  • Social enterprise, Indigenous enterprise, creative enterprise, and corporate responsibility
  • Organisational planning, evaluation and development

Community

  • Place, projects and people
  • Community development and capacity building
  • Community consultation, collaboration and engagement
  • Community infrastructure
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Communications, awareness and engagement

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Harbinger Consultants JM John Armstrong has extensive experience working and negotiating with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities. He has a sound knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, including traditional and contemporary perspectives, and an awareness of issues that impact on communities. John is Secretary of the Board of the South East Indigenous Chamber of Commerce, which provides networking and business development support to Indigenous businesses as well as advocates for Indigenous business development strategy and policy. Our experience working interculturally and with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and communities can be viewed and downloaded below.

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We have significant experience working with online environments to facilitate creativity, consultation and interaction. With significant experience working with online environments to facilitate creativity, consultation and interaction, Linda Carroli is familiar with a range of online platforms which now have currency in consultation and engagement methodologies including blogging, micro-blogging, website development, forums, wikis, online surveys, social networks and similar platforms. Our experience in online communications and engagement can be viewed and downloaded below.

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