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For businesses and organisations

CIC offers tailor-made training, development and management support for businesses and the not-for-profit sector to assist with a range of services.

Business Development and Growth

We work with businesses and not-for-profit organisations to:

  • Assist with quantifying their current position, especially in regards to Operations, Finances and Human Resources
  • Develop common vision and mission statements
  • Formulate business and strategic plans to move forward, especially with regard to Management, Finances and Human Resources
  • Implement project development and project management frameworks
  • Prepare Tenders, apply for grants and/or seek sponsorship
  • Improve governance
  • Develop workplace language and behaviour frameworks

Change Management

  • Improve operational support through Reality Therapy and Lead Management

Professional Development

Enhancing the quality of life for individuals in the workplace through:

  • Team Building
  • Managing Difficult Clients
  • Staff Management Skills
  • Leadership Skills
  • Maximising Staff Contribution
  • Confronting and Managing Difficult Issues
  • Counselling
  • Personalised Training
  • Mentoring Support Programs

Locum Services

  • Providing short-term staffing solutions for shortfalls in organisations

William Glasser Institute Accredited Training

  • Accredited training in Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and Lead Management, which comprise skills that can be used by all professions eg. health, education, small business, finance.

Customised Training

We offer tailor-made training and development for your organisation/business to assist you with a range of services including:

  • Staff management skills, especially with difficult clients/staff
  • Making organisational dreams reality
  • Synthesising strategic plans
  • Staff self-management skills
  • From problems to solutions: facilitating an in-house investigation of your business or organisation
  • Collaborating to Thrive: Entering into the world of ‘Co-opetition’ – a business development model combining competition and cooperation
  • Developing and sustaining common language and frameworks
  • Accessing creativity within your organisation
  • Maximising staff: valuing and encouraging your staff to bring out their skills, knowledge and creativity
  • Confronting difficult issues quickly, with a caring process
  • Setting boundaries and providing a window of safety
  • Performance management and self-evaluation, leading to more effective services and staff retention
  • The Positive Outcome Process in the workplace
  • The Positive Outcome process for leaders