CBB Community Consulting 1300 284 364
CBB Community Consulting work with organisations throughout Australia to review structures, systems and processes, attitudes and beliefs to enhance service delivery. A range of tailored methodologies are utilised - usually the process commences with a diagnostic review and a facilitated S.W.O.T session. Stakeholder consultation underpins any agreed methodology and both immediate and longer term priorities are identified.
Staff, Client and Volunteer Surveys
We develop, implement and analyse surveys to assist in understanding stakeholder perceptions. Surveys are tailored to address specific client outcomes together with statements addressing:
Surveys can be developed either on line or by return post and involvement of CBB Consulting in the process ensures anonymity for the respondents.
Results analysis identifies risk and opportunities for the organisation with targeted recommendations.
We develop and facilitate a range of team workshops. Recent client workshops have included:
Individual Career Planning
CBB Community Consulting provides Individual career planning sessions to assist existing employees to recognise their personality preferences and how this may be impacting their career satisfaction.
Career challenges and goals can be addressed, together with techniques to further assist in enhancing workplace enjoyment and success.
For individuals seeking alternative employment options, these sessions can be also address effective resume preparation, interview techniques and self esteem.
These sessions can be either be conducted on a singular or ongoing basis.
We specialise in recruitment within the not-for-profit sector and recognise that quality at an affordable price is of paramount importance to our clients.
Our recruitment services can be tailored to your individual needs, and can include:
Attraction and Retention Strategies We can assist your organisation to develop innovative attraction and retention strategies which assist to develop high potential employees and retain high performers.
Diagnostic Reviews are often required in an organisation where there are multiple issues or difficulties in determining the source of problems and the priorities that should be assigned to undertaking corrective actions measures.
A diagnostic review will often allow Executive Management and the organisation’s Board to understand major concerns within the operational framework of the organisation, as well as gain a third party view of the priorities that should be assigned to correct those issues.
Generally a diagnostic review will reveal the quality of the relationship between key management and operational components within the organisation.
Functions that are often focused on as part of this form of review include:
The need to undertake a diagnostic review will arise through managers and executives feeling that their organisation is not functioning as well as required but don’t know where to look to focus energy to fix the problem.
As a result the diagnostic review can be the first step in identifying the problem areas and deciding how to manage forward. Without a diagnostic review executive management or Board could waste time and money trying to fix the wrong problem.