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Our People & Partners

The CSD Network works with a number of partners and consultants from a wide range of industries and cultural and professional backgrounds.

Tim Muirhead – Director

Tim Muirhead

Over more than 20 years Tim Muirhead, of the CSD Network has amassed wide experience in all aspects of community development, working with all spheres of government, the non-government sector and community groups.

At all times Tim works to foster collaborative approaches between people with often diverse knowledge, skills and perspectives. He has gained a reputation as a community development practitioner, trainer, facilitator and policy adviser of considerable skill and passion.

He works in a wide range of capacities, from volunteering in local community groups through to advising various government departments.

Tim has worked extensively with Aboriginal communities. In partnership with Kim Bridge, he currently specialises in building trust and collaboration between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in workplaces and communities.

He is the author of Weaving Tapestries – a handbook for building communities and  Finding Heraan,  and provides extensive training in various aspects of community development, including (in collaboration with Aboriginal trainers) ‘Towards Partnership with Aboriginal communities’. This community development training is founded on a commitment to ‘developing spirit’ – a powerful concept that drives all his work.

Tim is a sought after presenter, and has given dozens of major public addresses and hundreds of small group talks and presentations.

For more information contact Tim or download his online CV.

A Key Allegiance: Kim Bridge and Associates

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Tim Muirhead and Kim Bridge have formed a strong partnership – two independent consultancies that have worked passionately and effectively to build greater understanding and connection between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people throughout Western Australia.

Kim offers a multi-disciplined service specialising in organisation and small business facilitation, personal and professional development and Indigenous cross cultural awareness facilitation.

With this diverse range of services, Kim is able to assist with many aspects of business and people development within organisations. The resulting benefits are effective implementation of activities, attainment of real results and the achievement of organisations’ goals and objectives.

Kim Bridge and Associate’s has operated since 1996, with the principle having experience that extends over twenty years working in the business and economic environment, particularly with Indigenous Australians, both at an individual and community level. Our work has been with the government and private sector and always operating within a framework of integrity, accountability and confidentiality.

Kim has a strong affiliation and connection with regional Australia. He was born and raised in the East Kimberley and has lived and worked extensively in regional areas of Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland. This has enabled him to encounter many personal and business experiences and gain sound knowledge of the varied issues encountered by people living in these locations.

For more information email Kim or download his online CV.