A tangible, deliberate part of our business is putting time, energy and resources into helping Not For Profit organisations and charities build leadership capacity so they have a better chance of achieving their goals.
Paying it forward
People Measures' philosophy is about working with passion and purpose. Part of our daily work is helping others and giving back.
We take action based on what we believe: We began our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) in consultation with Burbangana Group in 2018; We help fund and support the Waminda South Coast Women’s Health and Welfare Aboriginal Corporation, helping Aboriginal women and their families gain access to health care and a stronger connection with culture and community; We help fund and support The 100 Percent Project, which is dedicated to helping more women into executive and board leadership; We design and deliver pro-bono leadership development with Parkville College (school for students who are, or have been in custody); We made a film called Bush to Belly about Indigenous kids making a go of a coffee business in the Kimberley; And we help the Reach Foundation with assessment and development as they support young people.
People Measures sees participation in Reconciliation as essential for our work in leadership development within Australia, and we see building our own cultural competence as the starting point. We aim to increase our understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in which and with whom we work.