Stakeholder Engagement

We find the most effective ways to connect with those stakeholders who will have the greatest influence over your success.

Amid community expectations, environmental impacts, ever-shifting regulatory requirements and the rise of social media, organisations must be equipped to communicate and consult with a wide range of stakeholders.

We find the most effective ways to reach and connect with those stakeholders who are impacted by your business and will have the greatest influence over your success.

We work across multiple sectors, including infrastructure, property development, mining, energy and government, to identify, analyse, and address social, environmental, and political risks to help clients gain and maintain a licence to operate.

Services

  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Government relations
  • Community engagement
  • Community consultation
  • Social impact assessment
  • Perceptions research
  • Major project communication
  • Bid support
  • Employee engagement

Case Studies

Boggo Road

On our reintroduction to the Boggo Road Gaol project, Rowland helped shape key project information relevant for multiple, interested stakeholders from neighbouring residents, schools, businesses and commuters to heritage bodies and tour operators.

Cedar Woods

Central to Rowland’s work with Cedar Woods has been the creation and delivery of a corporate communication strategy to guide the company’s engagement with all stakeholders, beyond its maiden project at Upper Kedron.

TAFE Reform

Over a period of 18 months, Rowland worked as an integral part of the program team on both design and delivery, including intensive interaction with the executive team and government stakeholders, and close liaison with the TAFE regions.

NIISQ

Rowland was engaged to support implementation of the National Injury Insurance Scheme Queensland (NIISQ) – a new scheme providing lifetime treatment, care and support for people who sustain eligible, serious personal injuries in a motor vehicle accident, regardless of fault.