about MOSAICLAB


WE DRIVE DEMOCRACY THROUGH DISCUSSION
& DELIBERATION

MosaicLab works with government agencies, community groups, industry and commercial organisations that want to invest in quality, effective, engagement processes.  We specialise in high-influence and deliberative engagement, and offer a range of services including a suite of training experiences

Our focus is on long term outcomes and tangible results.  We work with you to co-design tailored, robust processes with real impact.

We bring diverse people and views together.  We're able to work with people from all walks of life to find solutions to challenging problems and make a positive difference to decision making.


Today's 'wicked' issues are so big & complex that no one person, leader, expert, agency or group can solve them alone.


WE EMBRACE DIFFICULT CONVERSATIONS
& complex decisions

We're comfortable with complexity and experienced in engaging people around highly charged and sensitive issues. 

We're not afraid to have difficult conversations.  From decades of  baggage to sudden, unexpected challenges; we can help you to navigate difficult landscapes and address the problems and opportunities that conflict, emotion and outrage bring to an issue or decision.  

About MosaicLab facilitators specialising in deliberative engagement Australia

WE'RE A TEAM OF EXPERIENCED ENGAGEMENT PRACTITIONERS

Our team designs and delivers meaningful, best practice engagement processes.  We're led by three co-founders with strongly aligned values and specialist skills in facilitation, process design and deliberative engagement.

We can deliver both small and large scale projects, and we offer a range of tailored, specialised engagement and facilitation services.

Meet our people → 


MosaicLab believes that new solutions to the big issues of our time will only arise when people with a wide range of views start working together.


WE BELIEVE NEW FUTURES ARE POSSIBLE

We believe it is possible for people to work together to create new futures if the conditions are right. It can happen if we:

  • start early,
  • involve people in framing the problem,
  • design the process with people,
  • bring the diversity and emotion of a wide array of views into the conversation,
  • provide accurate information and
  • take the time it needs to work through the options and create new solutions.

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