Client Results

Melbourne Playback’s unique approach has led to some wonderful collaboration with various companies, organisations, schools and groups. Here we showcase our recent work.

MBS – Case Study

MBS – Case Study

Melbourne Business School curates a program of Personal Effectiveness workshops for students undertaking their Masters of Business Analytics. As part of the program, Melbourne Playback facilitates a series of experiential workshops to give students tools to communicate more effectively in a range of business settings.

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SEAAC – Case Study

SEAAC – Case Study

Southern Ethnic Advisory and Advocacy Council (SEAAC) and Melbourne Playback Theatre Company created an innovative program that engaged newly arrived young migrants living in the City of Case called SeaACT (SEAAC Theatre).

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NAB – Case Study

NAB – Case Study

NAB is a financial services organisation with over 12 million customers and 50,000 staff. The NAB Collections High Potential Program accelerates training for managers identified as future leaders in the organisation. A training program was required to learn communication skills and integrate them practically in an engaging way.

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Hearing the Voices of Parents – Case Study

Hearing the Voices of Parents – Case Study

Researchers at Melbourne University identified a need for stakeholders in the disability sector (including disability and health services, government, schools, and philanthropic organisations) to better understand the experiences of parents of children with disabilities.

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Creating Community Justice – Case Study

Creating Community Justice – Case Study

The Creating Community Justice Project was an initiative of the African Community Justice Program, and aimed to improve connections and understanding between the justice system and young African Australians in Melbourne’s inner west.

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Qantas – Case Study

Qantas – Case Study

Melbourne Playback Theatre Company is proud to have worked with Qantas as the airline reinvigorates its airport service culture. As part of a holistic change process, Melbourne Playback delivered experiential learning programs for over 4500 ground operations staff, supervisors and managers.

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If you are seeking clear and honest feedback about your way of being in the world and would like to increase your understanding about your organisation or your group, no better, clearer, more honest and sensitive process will ever be so easily and painlessly available to you.

Phil Boas
Director Design and Learning Methods
Melbourne Business School
Mt Eliza Executive Education

The ability of the team to engage, inspire and really help the group learn about the strength of their emotions, and the positive impact this has on others in the organisation is the major reason Melbourne Playback is a key part of our development.

Steve Arthurson
General Manager
Human Resources
Carlton & United Breweries

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