Empowering Aboriginal Community Leaders to improve the welfare of their people

Client - The NSW Aboriginal Land Council

Organisational Need

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council is the state’s peak body in Aboriginal Affairs. The CEOs and Councillors of Local Aboriginal Land Councils along with Senior Managers from LG, ASICS, Hilti and the Australian Rugby Union required enhancing their leadership skills. The real success was reliant upon culturally appropriate and organisationally relevant content and delivery, from both the participants’ perspective as well as the community members they serve.

Solution

The six-day BSB51107 Diploma of Management: Leadership Managing People was delivered over eight months and tailored to achieve two objectives. The first was to ensure the very senior yet diverse group of experienced leaders were inspired and engaged with innovative, practical and thought provoking concepts and thinking. The second was to demonstrate cultural understanding and respect for diversity. Both these objectives would ensure the participants would readily engage with and embrace the content and the learning experience.

Desired Outcomes

High engagement levels and participation resulting in renewed vigour and motivation to approach community and business problems from new perspectives.

Results

Personal attention to each and every participant created a sense of comfort and confidence for active participation during the course. The program created a process for community leaders to starburst ideas and resolve business issues. The participants thoroughly enjoyed and embraced the learning, providing the following feedback:

“An awakening! Opened my mind to new ideas and concepts in managing people & life.”

 “We are very pleased to provide this testimonial for BSI Learning. We have found BSI Learning to be very professional. They made sure they understood the Council vision and mission of striving towards the welfare of Aboriginal people. The Training Manager and trainers that were engaged to deliver training interacted very well and they also had a good understanding and respect for Aboriginal culture.’’  Padma Bharadwaj, NSWALC Senior Training & Development Officer.

Testimonial

  • “BSI Learning is the contracted service provider delivering the Advance2Work (now Pathways2Employment) Program in the Townsville region since 2002. Consultants from BSI Learning provide the Advance2Work service to prisoners pre-release at Townsville Correctional Centre and Townsville Women’s Correctional Centre.

    BSI Learning also delivers the Indigenous Mentoring Program in Townsville. The Indigenous Mentoring Program is an extension of the Advance2Work Program, whereby Indigenous participants receive more intense case management and mentoring.

    BSI Learning have achieved good outcomes in all stages of the Advance2Work and the Indigenous Mentoring Program.”

    Keiren Bennett Director, Offender Rehabilitation and Management Services Specialists Operations Queensland Corrective Services
  • "A journey of self-discovery which equipped me with the tools to be able to access self-awareness and better hone into my ability to be socially aware. The program also taught me how to better manage my interactions with those around me in order to achieve the behaviours I would like to see them exhibiting. Our facilitator was great. His energy has been infectious and he has truly been an inspiration to live the learnings from the course rather than just participating in an academic exercise."

    Vahini Chetty Holman Webb Lawyers

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