Your People First

Our Mission is to assist not-for-profits to succeed in mobilising their people


We aim to build effective people and in doing so better organisations and stronger societies. How can we help you in your aims?
Board Members, Managers, Employees and Volunteers all need specialised attention to ensure they achieve your goals.
Through our key services, we assist agencies, small and large, to most effectively mobilise their people, achieve their missions and serve their communities:

1. ground-breaking Benchmarking services which provide Key Actions for immediate Improvement.

2. cost effective, highly skilled Consulting: that exceed client expectations

3.innovative Mentoring packages to build individual and agency capacity

4. world leading Training: covering Volunteerism, Safety, Strategy, Social Media, Organisational issues and more. 2013 Training Guide coming soon!

5 highly regarded and appreciated People First e-News, monthly update on not for profit issues across the globe

Pictured above, leading international trainer and consultant Martin J Cowling, with Left: Robin Popik from the City of Plano and Righton a panel in Hong Kong. Learn more about Martin J Cowling here.


"When you engage a consultant it is always difficult to predict what that organisation is going to come up with and whether it will understand the the current climate of an organisation. Your consultancy was able to reflect this - You did your homework and the Board could see that. You understand people" Anne Maree McCarten, St Vincent de Paul New Zealand
"Information was clear, concise, exactly what we had asked for, and was delivered well - our course participants gave overwhelmingly positive feedback"
Jan Glover and Jude McNabb, Volunteer Nelson

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