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ROOTED IN UBUNTU

Multi-stakeholder dialogue goes hand-in-hand with the institutional culture shift needed to realise our national vision. 

When institutions intentionally shift their interactions with community-based stakeholders, beyond random acts of kindness or charity, it results in a mutually beneficial commitment to nation-building.

 

Meaningful, lasting inclusion asks us to show up differently in our organisations. Our advisory approach supports senior leaders to manage the internal and external change that comes with the commitment to building strong stakeholder relationships.  

who WE WORK WITH

It takes courage for an organisation to practically reimagine its relationship with its stakeholders.  

Impact starts with the individual: an organisation of self-aware individuals results in an organisation that walks its talk. Accountable institutions in turn impact resilient communities. 

Individuals

  • Unlock latent potential 

  • Enhance communication channels

  • Strategic execution support.

Teams

  • Get everyone on the same page.

  • Strengthen organisational relationships

  • Raise the effectiveness of  existing and/or new initiatives.

Senior Leadership

  • Understand the strategic context.  

  • Consider which policies apply.

  • Integrate these policies.

  • Identify best practice.

  • Amplify best practice.

Spaces of Work & Learning

  • Practical integration through Ubuntu Masterclass

  • Junior Ubuntu Masterclass for institutions and schools seeking shorter engagements.

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WE MAP OUR STAKEHOLDERS

 

Many stakeholders we engage have promises made, and broken. Trust building and engagement follow-through is key. For communities struggling to access basic resources, hope is an invaluable commodity. To institutionalise inclusion, our national cultural context requires a combination of indigenous and contemporary considerations.

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