DiverseWerks delivers integrated strategic planning to engage clients, stakeholders and communities across local, state and federal governments, not-for-profit organisations and corporates. In a multicultural society, diversity and inclusion are now integral to the success of any business, organisation or government agency. DiverseWerks delivers solutions to link diversity to the business objectives of our clients.
Our expertise in planning and strategic development has been utilised to build strategic plans for core business, engagement and participation models and resource toolkits to support planning and implementation in a range of sectors including disability, health, justice, employment, education and multicultural.
DiverseWerks are specialists in working collaboratively with clients of varying size and maturity. We have worked with small, fledgling community based not for profits to build capacity and structures through to national corporates and state and federal government.
We bring high level knowledge, expertise and experience in program logic modelling, and evaluation plans and frameworks. We take a flexible approach to project management and strategic planning. This allows us to understand the project context while planning for program efficiency and effectiveness and for evaluation outcomes to inform our practices and approach.
· Leadership team plenaries
· Internal staff workshops
· Stakeholder workshops
· Strategic plan reviews and evaluations
· Multicultural Engagement Strategy planning and development
Our clients include: NSW Department of Family & Community Services, DET Victoria, National Disability Insurance Agency; Aspect Australia, SydWest Multicultural Services; United Voice; (National); Suncorp; Positive Partnerships; Multicultural Communities Council of Illawarra; Ethnic Communities Council of Queensland; Settlement Services International; Singleton Council; Hume City Council; All Together Now; Core Community Services;, CentaCare FNQ, Life Without Barriers, Central and Eastern Sydney Primary Health Network, Fred Hollows Foundation, National Ethnic Disability Alliance, Accessible Arts Australia.