Testimonials

Video and written testimonials from our clients. Double click videos for ful screen. Click to play, click to pause.


Janette Wright - CEO State Library

Toby Hucheon - Qld Conservation Council

David Matthews - Connecting Kilcoy Community

Micah Projects

Peter Booth - Samford Futures


Written Testimonials

"All organisations need strong leaders - NACC has given us the direction, development and skills to become the best leaders we can be!"
Lisa Westoby | Business Services Manager TransitCare


"Working with Howard on our Leadership @ SLQ programs has been a truly rewarding experience for State Library. Howard inspired our executive team, senior managers and team leaders to explore their own constructs and create new conversations. We have benefitted in many ways, most notably we have formed deeper levels of trust and respect for each other, greater appreciation of the diversity within our own organisation and an awareness that we are all on a leadership journey where our learning never ends. "
Janette Wright | CEO and State Librarian State Library of Queensland


"Howard was extremely professional and knowledgeable in our engagement with him on the Moreton Bay Sustainable Business Strategy. He was able to deliver the strategy on time to a high standard, and at times provided more than was expected of him in the project brief, providing very good value for money. His knowledge of sustainability for business is exceptional as is his knowledge of business planning concepts and our Moreton Bay Region. Howard throughout the strategy development was at all times personable and able to be contacted at short notice, and was always thoroughly prepared for meetings. He provided detailed project reports at every stage throughout the project. I highly recommend Howard as a sustainability consultant and would not hesitate using his services in the future."
Brooke Palframan | Project Officer, RDA Moreton Bay


"I confidently suggest the approach that Howard has designed is among the top 5 processes for local community action, at least within the developed world. By chance or design, Howard's approach is inside-out, outside-in, bottom-up and inherently inclusive of people, profit and planet. It also fits neatly within the growing global grassroots movements of Permaculture, Transition Towns, Local Living Economies, Social Enterprise and Co-Operative community engagement."
Paul Bishop | Councillor Division 10, Redland City Council