Sustainability underpins all that we do. Whist we appreciate the quick wins, and medium- term goals, it’s the long-term effect of the decisions we make now that we’re most interested in. If you have any questions on what we do, please give us a call or email.
Tracey Wilson, Director, Working Visions has worked with First Nations people and communities across Australia for two decades. By listening, learning and collaborating she has humbly made a difference in the communities she has worked in, and partnered with.
Social Impact Assessment (SIA) includes the processes of analysing, monitoring and managing the intended and unintended social consequences, both positive and negative, of planned interventions (policies, programs, plans, projects) and any social change processes invoked by those interventions.
Working Visions works with collaborators which has included Mission Australia Communities for Children, Griffith University, the Cairns Institute, to advance Collective Impact as a framework for community change and to intentionally build the field of practice in Collective Impact and collaborative community change efforts.
If your organisation requires third party management systems auditing, system development or system maintenance, Working Visions can assist. Director Tracey Wilson is qualified as a Skilled Lead Internal/External Auditor with Exemplar Global competencies.
Tracey has been working the in the disaster recovery and rebuilding sphere since 2006. At a personal level, she has lived in disaster-prone areas most of her life including the Pilbara region of Western Australia, North-East Arnhem land and north Queensland.
Working Visions have an impressive track record in writing winning submissions and grant funding applications. We have partnered with NGO’s, local authorities, government departments and industry to identify project need, research funding options and prepare comprehensive and successful funding applications.
Are your projects failing to move forward because of public opposition?
Are staff faced with an angry people at public meetings?
Is your organisation perceived as untrustworthy or unresponsive?
Is decision-making stalled because of polarised viewpoints?
In the 21st century we are facing rapid social, environmental and economic change. Governments, industries and communities must make difficult decisions and tackle complex cross-sectoral policy problems to ensure prosperity and well-being for current and future generations.
Community engagement is premised on the democratic idea that those who are affected by an impactful issue should have input into the decision-making on the issue
Tracey has a passion for, and qualifications in, organisational Development and change management. We work with CEO’s, Managers and Boards to restructure for sustainable organisational outcomes