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Q&A about partnering with the National Learning Institute

November 27, 2008 Q&A, Questions for consultants wishing to partner with No Comments

Why should you partner with us?

Since our inception in 1995, we have always sought to provide the very best solution to our clients’ needs.  This can only be done by having the best people apply their combined knowledge and experience to the project.  We constantly look to partner with the best people in the world.

This process for us started in our early days in Australia when, as a small consultancy, we were awarded a training contract to outsource all of the training of one of Australia’s largest banks, the ANZ Banking Group.  An integral part of this project meant working collaboratively with two partners – Deakin University (one of Australia’s premier universities) and Development Dimensions International (one of the largest training providers in the world).

Since then, we have collaborated on many assignments with both individual consultants, small and large consultancy firms.

Our projects have not only included training, but range across many organisational development fields.  For example we have worked with others to:

  • design corporate communication strategies (both internal and external) for the Sydney Football and Cricket Grounds, Olympic Swimming Complex (Homebush, Sydney)
  • implement a new computerised signaling system for the NSW Railways
  • introduced a Quality Assurance System for the grain fed beef industry of Australia

We pride ourselves on being innovative and creative when it comes to problem solving.  So if you have an unusual client problem or challenge, call us for an obligation free discussion.  We have offices in Europe and Australia and an extensive network of colleagues around the world.




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