Mark Butz


We believe that our business can deliver worthwhile and enduring products and services
without detriment to the environment or to other people.  


We are committed to social and environmental responsibility, and to personal and organisational accountability and effectiveness. 

We apply environmentally responsible practices in delivering all services and products.  
We work to make a world of difference.

We tailor services to client needs and do not accept work that requires us to compromise our ethics or our standards of delivery. 

We care about how we get results. 


We are committed to personal growth and human development as an essential part of all our work. 

Much of our motivation comes from this investment in people and in life long learning. 
We respect the rights and values of others in all our dealings.  


Balancing strategic thinking and focused action, we believe that for ‘the big picture’ to change, we have to change enough of ‘the little pictures’.  

We account for what we do, and how well we do it.  

We enjoy offering our clients creative challenges.  And we like facing them ourselves.


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In our environmental consultancy work, we abide by the
Code of Ethics of the Environment Institute of Australia & New Zealand (EIANZ).  
This is available in pdf here or from the EIANZ Web site 

In our facilitation services, we also abide by the Values & Code of Ethics for Facilitators developed by the International Association of Facilitators (IAF).  
This is available on the IAF Web site, or click here for a pdf file

In our training services, we also abide by the Professional Code of Conduct developed by the Institute of Learning Practitioners (ILP).  This is available on the ILP Web site   

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PO Box 128   
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Last update 7 June 2017