Red Ochre Consulting have just completed a highly successful business plan for the Lower Blackwood Land Conservation District Committee (LBLCDC) to aid in realigning their organisation to better handle an increasingly competitive funding environment.

LBLCDC is community-managed and comprised of passionate local landholders living within the Blackwood River’s lower catchment zone. The group initially came […]

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At Red Ochre we’re excited.  We’ve just started  working with  Indigenous Workabout, the brainchild of Dean Wynne.  Dean is a well-respected Noongar man of the Great Southern region, admired and respected for his work as a leader and mentor.

Dean’s company, Indigenous Workabout was founded in 2006 in Perth with the intention of mentoring young […]

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Red Ochre on the Road

On April 6, 2014 By

This has been a very busy quarter for us with Adrian Colley just returning from a trip to Broome, Greg Allard with numerous visits to Murrin-Murrin and Tropicana. Karen Campbell has been on the road as well with trips to Broome, One Arm Point and various other places in the Kimberley.

The highlight was the […]

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Our new Partners Programme has hit the ground running with David Canning from SMC being our very first alliance.  It’s a great new process with Red Ochre working with SMC to assist in the management of operations across all SMC sites.

Greg Allard, Red Ochre, is the contract Operations Manager at SMC and will manage […]

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2014 has not started well in the Australian Jobs Market with job numbers crashing across Australia – the recent closure of Forge, a major engineering company with resultant loss of 1,300 jobs across Australia is a sad example. Many SME owners are now watching their workforces and consciously or unconsciously working out who may need […]

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Indigenous business in the resources sector

Right now the fall in commodity prices throughout Australia is having a significant effect on operations for many Indigenous companies in the resources sector. Typically, like in any downturn, companies have become very cautious about investing in their equipment, workers and systems and are taking a wait […]

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Red Ochre Consulting congratulates global gold producer AngloGold Ashanti on the release of its comprehensive 2012 Online Sustainability Report, outlining its approach to business, sustainability and risk and a review of its performance. AngloGold highlights its successful relationship with Red […]

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Adam Goodes

On May 28, 2013 By

I sat down on Friday night to watch the first football game of the weekend, looking forward to the start of the ‘indigenous round’ a ‘celebration of our country’s indigenous culture and players that have shaped Australia’s Game’.

I couldn’t have predicted that the fierce competition between the Swans and the Magpies would […]

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Last blog I talked about corporate social responsibility and Aboriginal Employment Strategies. But how do you engage with Aboriginal stakeholders and communities?

Aboriginal Engagement Strategies
Having a good Aboriginal Engagement Strategy is an important first step in attaining success in dealing with Aboriginal people and communities. But where do you start? And […]

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I was thinking about Aboriginal Employment Strategies the other day and wondered what might be considered current industry best-practice and what sort of successes are being achieved. And how this all fits with corporate social responsibility – is that what’s leading to the increased number of organisations now developing Aboriginal Employment Strategies?

Corporate Social Responsibility […]

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