The noagroup helps groups move from uncertainty to purpose using their contemporary knowledge, skills and experience to:
successfully diagnose the situation, facilitate the right intervention,
address change barriers, manage reputation through strategic communications, and brand development
and create positive and productive workplaces and communities.
Lynda is an educator who moved to strategic communications, engagement process design and facilitation, change management and organisational development. She is a certified practicing marketer and Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute. She is also accredited to deliver the theory and applications of the Four Rooms of Change®. Lynda integrates the disciplines of process design and delivery with a compelling change management framework and strategic communications to make a measurable difference to productivity, innovation and project outcomes. The validated and productive processes and tools she delivers have proven a positive influence on all assignments. See images of the work and outcomes on facebook at the noagroup. You can view Lynda's Linked In here.
Bob graduated in economics and started his career in human resources before progressing to general management. He has worked in retailing, shopping centre management, the forest industry and local government. For ten years he was the general manager of Launceston City Council leading organisational and community change. He specialises in strategic and business planning and can offer processes to help managers make their organisation’s future. Aligning operational management and service models with corporate strategic direction is another area where Bob has expertise and experience. Through research he can build organisational understanding of what products and services are important to consumers and how well they are delivered. He is an experienced facilitator and has helped many groups move from uncertainty with purpose. See images of the work and outcomes on facebook at the noagroup. Bob's Linked In can be seen here.
Sandra works with organisations to develop innovative service models, identify strategic partnerships, workforce re-design and performance measures. She is trained in the very elegant Results Based Accountability and Shared Scorecards. These help groups understand how they are performing, the story behind the performance and the difference their efforts are making. She also assists organisations and communities achieve growth through successful funding submissions and capabilities required for change. Sandra has extensive knowledge and experience of aged care reform where she has worked nationally to bring about and sustain change. See images of the work and outcomes on facebook at the noagroup. Sandra's Linked In can be seen here.
Cait is a Melbourne based journalist and videographer. She lives for social media, blogs and vlogs! She works as part of our wider marketing and communications strategies, around information, reputation extension and communication. She has created short social media campaigns using video for our work with Regional Development Victoria. Cait’s work underlines the organisation’s value proposition and consumer engagement. See images of the work and outcomes on facebook at the noagroup. Cait's Linked In can be viewed here.
Tibor is a chef/educator/mentor/blogger and food photographer whose hospitality experience spans across multiple roles and national boundaries over three continents. Through his hugely successful facebook page, Tibor’s Kitchen, he has become the go-to expert on texture-modified meals for the health and aged care industries. Tibor works nationally and abroad training chefs in texture modified food preparation and presentation – changing culture, building skills, and mentoring innovators. He also works with aged care and retirement village providers on the re-design of their catering operations in readiness for a more consumer-driven market, where the competitive edge may well lie in more creative menus, a better dining experience and amazing customer service.
Lindsay is a freelance communicator, marketer and designer working in the not-for-profit sector. He is skilled in brand strategy, developing marketing and communication plans management, and implementation. He has a wide industry experience in content development, design, digital strategy, and designing user experiences for the not-for-profit, government and private sectors. He also has a wide experience researching and developing content for interpretation projects. He has developed interpretation plans, content and project managed the installation on a wide range of interpretation projects including the Opposition Rooms for the Museum of Australian Democracy, projects for the Australian War Memorial, the Department of Veterans Affairs at Wellington Arch, London and Sandakan, Malaysia. Other projects include heritage sites such as Highfield Historic Estate in Stanley (Tasmania ) and Anglesea Barracks, Hobart and contemporary visitor interpretation sites such as the Bass Strait Maritime Centre in Devonport.