The Culture Exchange
Learn by doing and reflecting in real-time
The Culture Exchange is a collective of trained facilitators who use use experiential and improvisational learning methods.
We custom-design and deliver experiential culture change programs for individuals and organisations navigating complexity and change.
We provide training, facilitation and consultancy to help individuals and organisations:
- adapt and thrive in changing environments
- effectively diagnose complex challenges; and
- skilfully intervene with creative solutions.
How we work
“Stories are powerful. They can change the world for better or worse. We are surrounded by stories and use them as a form to engage with people who are like us and who are different to us…”
Who we are
Meet the team
Shankar is a cross cultural trainer with long standing experience in community development.
Abraham is a cross cultural trainer with long standing experience in community development.
Living and working across the world, Veronica has seen the strength of diversity and the importance of inclusion.
Kavisha is a winner of various awards including a 2011 Australia Day Honour for her services to singing and songwriting and reflecting the experiences of indigenous, refugee and multicultural communities in Australia.
Khadija offers cultural awareness training and facilitation to government agencies, non-profit organisations and individuals; advocacy and mentoring to culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Khadija is the Executive Director of not for profit organisation, No FGM Australia.
Janahan has a demonstrated background in environmental communications and outreach – public education and awareness raising on environmental and water related issues.
We share tools and approaches to building inclusive and welcoming communities, spaces and lives, through the lens of living examples, case studies and interviews with leading practitioners.
What we do
Podcasts. Blogs. Event information.
An open resource. A think tank with a goal: let’s build inclusive and welcoming communities, spaces and lives.