Our clients are leaders and teams who make important decisions about complex and challenging projects.

Those decisions are in a range of contexts but common to all are the complexities of working together across silos and other boundaries.

Our clients seek to shift the way they tackle complex projects and seek to build teams and groups that collaborate effectively in order to solve their most important problems. They value collaborative tools, new skills and a more collaborative workplace.

> Our clients are curious

engaged, proactive and ready to learn about and apply collaboration skills and tools in the workplace;

> They need lasting solutions

to complex problems and seek examples of great collaboration in practice.

> They recognise the need

to build new capabilities in order to work as an effective collaborative team.

What our clients say

Working with senior leaders as they lead a shift to greater collaboration

“Twyfords’ model has been crucial for GWRC at this time, and their support is helping to drive meaningful change in our collaborative approaches, behaviours and results.”

Nigel Corry | General Manager, Environment Management Group


Lake Macquarie City Council, NSW

Building the collaborative capability of leaders and teams as they grow a collaborative organisation.

“By learning together and using current opportunities to collaborate as the basis for our discussions, new skills and techniques are being embedded into our everyday activities.”

Morvern Cameron | CEO


Coaching project leads and teams as they collaborate on the complex challenge of water quality improvements.

“Twyfords have been essential in developing a strong collaborative framework between government agencies, scientist and the community

Their coaching support to a senior management team is proving invaluable.”

Dr Kath Lynch | District Manager


Coaching a project team as they collaborate on a program of work for the Moonee Ponds Creek Catchment

“Twyfords have been fundamental to our work on collaboration. They have been there as coaches and sounding boards when we were feeling stuck and needed new perspectives. This has helped us build the capability of all of us trying to work through the sometimes difficult journey of collaboration.”

Julie Francis | Collaboration Lead, Land, Liveability and Stewardship

I want new collaborative skills and tools to help me collaborate more effectively.

Work together with us today.