We bring people together, build teams and foster leadership through dynamic individual and group sessions.
Examples: Conduct a strategic coordination planning between like organizations.
Provincial program review and needs assessment.
Integrate and build leadership team through a period of change.
We work with teams to generate new ideas, frame collaborations and build roadmaps to implementation.
Examples: Provocative paper on the advancement of legal literacy and public legal education.
Develop and test model for national guidelines to encourage collaboration and improve quality of public resources.
We cultivate public participation, collect stakeholder input and deliver engagement and design sessions.
Example: Consultation of courthouse users into priorities for a new courthouse, resulting in process improvements to make courthouse operation better advance access to justice.
We help organizations plan for impact, evaluate, communicate success and shape their collective efforts.
Examples: Development of a Framework for sector-wide collaboration, including collective impact and developmental evaluation strategies.
Facilitating Big Thinking
We coordinate cross-sector planning, bridge across communities and challenge habits to encourage new thinking.
Examples: Development of an options paper, implementation guide and toolkit on preventative lawyering and legal health checks as an aspect of the professional practice of lawyers.
Development of national campaign to engage the public on justice issues and motivate action.
We work on big problems to build strategies to manage a complex portfolio, implement large projects, help shape systems and facilitate change.
Examples: Development of three-year project plan, gender-based needs assessment framework, communications and evaluation plan focused on the barriers to legal practice for women in BC.
Making systems work
We listen and experiment to foster innovation and establish data-based decision making in the design of process improvements.
Examples: Governance review and collective impact training for a national non-profit organization.
Improving the justice system
We identify and analyze issues and barriers to accessing justice and invite new perspectives to find alternatives.
Examples: Development of an Access to Justice Program that includes lawyer training models, project templates, evaluation and monitoring tools.
We help organizations evaluate their progress, measure their impact, improve return on investment.
Examples: Development of evaluation and assessment strategy and impact-focused communications.