Organisation Development
At the core of Heads Together organisational development is the concept of "organisation": usually defined as two or more people working together toward one or more shared goal(s). Therefore: an organisation might be a department, club, community, unit, team, board, committee, cooperative, group, class,  etc.
Strategic Planning
A systematic, formally documented process for deciding what is the handful of key decisions that an organisation, viewed as a corporate whole must get right in 
orderto thrive overthe next few years. The process results in the production of an organisation strategic plan. The HEADS TOGETHER method is tried and true.
Policy Development
The key to consistency in decision- making. Policies both explain and corroborate what people (including a Committee of Management or Governance) are doing, and make it clear why they can do it. Management and Governance policies are different. 

Project Management
This involves planning, organising, securing and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of a specific project. A project is a temporary endeavor usually constrained by a completion date and as such requires the development of distinct technical skills and the adoption of separate management.
So much of Western thinking today is influenced by "l am right. You are wrong" Each side tries to prove the other side wrong in an argumentative way. Heads together uses an alternative approach to problem-solving called parallel thinking. Basically this means each thinker puts forward thoughts in parallel with the thoughts of others without attacking or judging.
Group Work Facilitation
HEADS TOGETHER facilitation sets out to have your group working as a constructive and cohesive unit - setting up long-term benefits for your organisation as a whole. Dr. Bruce D. Watson is a de Bono trained facilitator and is qualified to industry standards for facilitation: Certificate IV in Assessment and Workplace Training.
Grants Applications
When writing your submission and organising all the data you help us collect, we will make sure you: Are focussed on what you want to achieve, Are clear and concise on your aims, Use clear language and avoid jargon, Present only relevant supporting material and presented clearly (e.g. graphs, tables, graphics)

Research and Imagination
Let HEADS TOGETHER help you to facilitate new initiatives and ideas to fruition. For larger scale research projects. our affiliation with experts and specialist centres will fast-track to reliable and outstanding results.
Curriculum and Training
A Curriculum defines: (i) why;  (ii) what;    (iii) when; (iv) where; (v) how and (vi) with whom to learn. Training can be described as ‘the acquisition of skills: concepts or attitudes that result in improved performance within the job environment?
Reviewing and Evaluating
These may be applied to a course, program, policy, an event, a training manual, a text book or an organisation. Reviewers and evaluators must be able to effectively determine and implement using specific steps of enquiry according to the project concerned.
Coaching and Mentoring
Coaching involves identifying activities to prepare employees for greater scope or depth in their work. Mentoring involves identifying latent skills and abilities in employees or volunteers.
Reports and Communication 
These are often the keys to understanding and telling your story. Typical problems when trying to write include: inability to develop new ideas, not acknowledging the readers context, not meeting deadlines.  We produce documents on your behalf and  assist you in learning communication etiquette.
Fundraising and Sponsorship
A well governed organisation of creative problem solvers still needs the life blood of cash flowing through it. This requires strategically planning to diversify funding and in-kind donation sources. Dr. Watson is trained and qualified by the Fundraising Institute of Australia - Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3.
Governance and Management
The division of responsibilities between board and management is usually not understood. The distinction might not be clear in every situation, the board should be concerned with the larger context in which an organisation sits, while management  concentrates on the day-to-day operational details.
Learning and Continuing Education
Continuing professional education is different from staff development or in-service education and training. It encompasses all formal and informal leaming that allows individuals to improve their own practice. Professional development is an aspect of personal development. The two interact.

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