People matter. Whether it’s your staff, your clients or your community, how your organisation interacts with and impacts the people around you matters. Getting your environmental, social and governance (ESG) proposition right adds value - to your organisation and to Tasmania. Understanding humans is our speciality.
Whether you’re a property, tourism or wind-farm developer or a community service provider, understanding what is important to a local community is critical. Through demographic profile data and the voice of locals we can help you build a mutually beneficial relationship and social licence from day one.
What is your organisation’s purpose - why does it exist? There has been a shift in stakeholder attitudes and they now look for purpose and sustainability as the key attributes of organisations they choose to engage with. We can help you assess where you’re at and strategically plan to ensure your organisation can take action and report on the positive impact you are having on Tasmania.
Our approach every year
Our services range from guiding and advising you in establishing credibility, trust and strong corporate reputation, to assessing and addressing your social licence to operate, project design and implementation needs and long-term community engagement.
- Stakeholder Engagement & Community Consultation
- Brand, reputation and social licence tracking
- Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) assessment, planning and communicating/reporting
- Strategic Planning & Strategic Positioning
- A range of bespoke services and data designed to meet your needs
Community Engagement Tasmania
Engaging and working with your local community has never been more important. Regardless of whether you are a small business, not-for-profit organisation or a large corporation it is critical to regularly engage and hear the sentiment and experiences of your stakeholders. We specialise in a range of community engagement and community management options to ensure you have a deep understanding of what matters to locals, clients and stakeholders. From brand, reputation and social licence tracking through the Tasmanian Community Sentiment Survey to specifically designed community engagement and community management options, we work with you to meet your needs. We can do the groundwork prior to a new project being communicated through to ensuring your ongoing relationships at a local level and with your stakeholders are structured and mutually beneficial.
Frank & Fearless
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