WHAT WE DO
Mentoring @ World Central is a recognised Mentoring Service and Start-Up. We serve Leaders, Practitioners and Volunteers delivering community services, based in remote Indigenous communities Australia wide.
We provide phone-based mentoring to our clients; who are individuals and organisations working in those areas.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The safe Mentoring relationship is an invaluable one that fosters inspiration, guidance, professional development, and helps to prevent burnout; and most importantly it promotes greater job satisfaction and work/life balance. Our service responds directly and ‘in context’ to the needs of the leader’s ‘on the ground’ and/or middle management personnel.
WHO WE ARE
We are passionate about supporting community service work in remote Indigenous communities.
Our team have worked across over 1.3 million square kilometres of remote Australia. We provide mentoring in an external capacity, to bring quality support directly to you. Whether you are an organisation, council, corporation, individual staff member or a volunteer working remote, our Mentoring comes from an authentic and practical platform of best practice, extensive experience, cultural awareness & safety, evidence based theory and harnessing community development principles.
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This evidenced based article below was featured in our November 2018 edition of the Central Axis newsletter, alongside other fun and practical pieces that connects, supports and shares knowledge to you as the leaders and practitioners that deliver community services...
In the beginning, what motivated you to work and live in remote Indigenous communities? It’s always been important for me to work in an area where I felt like I was making a difference and being true to my values and ethics. I travelled around the Kimberley region...
In the beginning, what motivated you to work and live in remote Indigenous communities? In 1988 I was 14 years old, and I was given a cassette tape of Warumpi Band’s album ‘Go Bush’, by my Aunty. In that same year I remember attending a massive Indigenous rally, where...