The Crosbie Collective embodies the following values:
We maintain honesty in all of our interactions and work towards ethically based outcomes.
We have a collaborative approach to working with team members, industry clients and community.
We put together a collection of professionals best able to deliver results.
We are able to adapt to each situation and requirement by doing thorough research into each situation in order to provide a customised service.
We have a proven track record of delivering and producing high quality results.
We are thought leaders who use our collective experience to offer creative solutions.
And together share a love for our work, our company, our future, all while maintaining our humanity and humour.
OUR STAND ON SUSTAINABILITY
The Crosbie Collective is committed to the following sustainable practices for staff and contractors:
The Crosbie Collective is a team of industry experts led by Tania Crosbie who are all experts in their field, committed to sustainability and practiced at delivering communication, research, engagement and education programs in organisations.
Tania is a strategic professional with proven leadership skills who believes that sustainability is the key to long-term organisational success. She draws on over 20 years of experience in the fields of marketing and communications, sustainability, strategic planning, research, education and community, staff and stakeholder engagement.
Her work at the Green Building Council of Australia and as co-founder of Sustainably at Work inspired her to set up The Crosbie Collective, with its collaborative approach to social and environmental sustainability. Tania understands how business works and can support leaders to drive value-based sustainable changes through the organisation, team, supply chain, stakeholders and customers.
“I understand how senior executives become conflicted trying to drive revenues and manage stakeholder expectations whilst trying to balance a more values and ethical focused approach and culture. These drivers often cause conflict and stress – but they needn’t. I can align your business to become the organisation that you, your people and your customers will be proud of”.
Tania has a BA in Communications and Grad. Dip in Marketing, Grad. Certificates in Higher Education and Executive Coaching. She is also a member of the Australian Market and Social Research Society, Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute and qualified in Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) reporting.
Tania is also living a more sustainable lifestyle in the Byron Bay hinterland in her solar off-grid house, extensive vegetable and fruit gardens and pets. She left behind the corporate city life and is now challenging herself daily to live more sustainably. This is a philosophy that has always driven Tania, from her years growing up on a farm in central NSW (Condobolin) and then working for the Maningrida Arts and Culture Centre in Arnhem Land; aligning her work with her personal environmental and social drivers.
Helen has over 13 years’ experience working in research and strategy development. In her current role at the Green Building Council of Australia, she combines her research experience with her passion for working towards a sustainable environment.View Profile
Communications and Engagement
Helen Leayr is an extraordinary communicator and facilitator. Her passion is to listen and understand. Helen masterly takes stakeholders through a process that ensures they have been heard and their views are correctly recorded and considered.View Profile
Communications and Media Consultant
With twenty years’ experience in communications, Karen Jamal has a proven track record with both small and large organisations, federal and state governments, and across a broad cross-section of industries. Karen has a Master’s Degree in English Literature, and is passionate about words.View Profile
Creative Director & Designer
Originally from Paris, Laura has a Master’s Degree in Visual Communication and a passion for all things digital. After years of working with luxury brands, advertising agencies and as a User Experience Designer, she founded a strategy and design agency called Pacifica.View Profile
Kate is a writer who focuses on conservation and community work around the world. She studied journalism at the University of Queensland and writes for newspapers, magazines and online, including National Geographic, Vagabond and The Good Holiday.View Profile
Associate Professor, University of Canberra (UC)
Leah has been working as an Associate Professor in Land Management at UC for 25 years.
Her specialty is science education and she is a director of the Australasian Science Education Research Association (ASERA).
The Australian Taxation Office
The Australian Taxation Office – developing strategy and integrating sustainability practices across the business, nationally.
City of Melbourne
Evaluation and project development for a more energy efficiency apartment sector.
Benchmark and evaluation of national energy efficiency engagement program for the apartment sector.
NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
Sustainability Advantage consultant in supply chain, employee engagement and business planning; sustainable supply chain study across all sectors in Australia; investigation into how sustainable supply chains are in the Aged Care sector; and sustainable supply chain frameworks and models.
Developed supply chain roadmap for Weetbix.
Byron Bay Shire Council
Staff engagement and integration of the low carbon strategy across the business.
Delivering community engagement, organisational development, governance, strategic management and operational management.
- Australian Taxation Office
- NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
- Lismore City Council – New South Wales
- Byron Bay Shire Council – New South Wales
- Nillumbik Council – Victoria
- Forest and Wood Products Australia
- Carroll and O’Dea Lawyers
- Downies Coins and Macquarie Mint
- City of Melbourne
- Smart Blocks – Cities of Sydney and Melbourne and Strata Communities Australia
- Ocean Shores Country Club
- CSL Ships
- Australian Glass and Glazing Association
- Global GreenTag
- Green Building Council of Australia
We look forward to working with you to future-proof your organisation
The Big Orange Co-Workspace
17 Walker Street
Clunes NSW 2480 Australia
+61 412 149 624