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Successful stakeholder engagement can often be about determining, managing and balancing the wants and needs of a divergent range of individuals, families, community groups, small businesses, and large corporations. But there’s a key set of stakeholders that wield a strong sphere of influence over all of those groups but are sometimes forgotten – peak bodies. Your stakeholders Naturally, when you think about your key stakeholders, customers are first on your mind. And rightfully so. Their value is usually measurable through revenue targets and invoicing, and their satisfaction is integral to the success of any business. You regularly speak with them, hold discussions about them, deliver

Amid the gloom of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the exclusive front page splash on the state’s Sunday paper earlier this month about a potential royal visit raised some excitement, and eyebrows. It revealed an apparent last-minute attempt by Premier Mark McGowan to lure ‘Wills & Kate’ to Perth, or Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, for the International Festival of Football at which the Duke’s beloved Aston Villa is set to take on Manchester United. But, as a seasoned royal watcher noted with scepticism, they don't travel on a whim. Royal visits are traditionally planned over a number of months to

Language can be a powerful tool; it is one of the remaining pieces of cultural importance Aboriginal people still hold close to their hearts. It is a great way for people to connect with traditional owners and is one of the more fascinating aspects of learning about the culture and history of the land we live on. Around the time of colonisation, there were more than 250 native speaking languages. That number has now dwindled to around 120 commonly spoken. Unfortunately, we lose more languages each year. It is important to remember there it is not one universal ‘Aboriginal language’, rather there are