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Working in Partnership with Aboriginal Agencies

Collaboration and partnering arrangements between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal agencies has many rewards and is actively encouraged by many funding bodies. The opportunity to partner is an important one that needs to be harnessed, leveraged and maximised for the benefit of all stakeholders. Many organisations often mistakenly believe Aboriginal service delivery to be a socially responsible strategy that incurs a cost to the organisational bottom line. The reality is that a... [More]

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Collaborative Partnerships with Other Agencies (Making Partnerships with Other Agencies Work)

There are strong incentives for collaboration and partnerships: organisational viability, coordinated service delivery, innovation, resource sharing and collective impact. Sustaining partnerships involves establishing partnership governance structures and processes, shared partnership management for results, and ongoing relationship building. All this requires an ability to address partnership challenges in a timely way and supporting staff and teams to work collaboratively. Build... [More]

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