To extend the capacity of people, organisations and communities working across cultures for development outcomes.
Cross Cultural Consultants International Development (CCCID) is a specialist in cross cultural competency. Our people each have over 20 years experience in development, and the ability to share successful approaches across international and multicultural contexts.
Our network of associates in Australia, Asia, the Pacific and beyond, works with clients operating in complex cross cultural settings. Our services include training, mentoring, coaching, facilitation, research, design, management, consulting, monitoring and evaluation. We focus on international and local development in culturally and linguistically diverse teams and communities.
Our clients and partners
CCC works with governments, the private sector and non-government organisations across all sectors including governance, health, gender, education, infrastructure, arts / culture and recreation, law and justice, rural development, and environment.
- Cultures are diverse, dynamic and can be positive forces for development
- Strengths-based approaches that build on existing capacity are most effective
- Meaningful participation is central to cultural competency and development outcomes
- Learning should be transformative - developing knowledge, skills, values and qualities.
- Positive Relationships enable people to sustain effectiveness.
"On behalf of the team, thank you for your invaluable contribution to our Pre-Departure Training - especially for all the time and effort in planning for this event, and the way it was conducted in such a professional and effective manner.” Program Manager, International Development
"The way that your trainers frame concepts enables people to really get something useful out of their preparation for overseas assignments. The activities, ideas, materials and approach put theory into practice.” LogisticsCoordinator.
To see more go to recent work and our case study. Further details regarding our capabilities can be viewed in our Capability Statement, a downloadable PDF document, which requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software.