We’ve had a very successful 15 years at Nature. Today, we work with some of Australia’s most challenging and rewarding businesses. The satisfaction that comes from helping to answer important questions for these organisations is fundamental to our culture.
We also make a point of staying true to the values that built our business and our reputation – the “start up” mentality that makes businesses so much more enjoyable and satisfying to work in.
So, what does that mean if you work at Nature? In a word, it means empowerment – which comes with responsibility.
If you have an idea for one of our clients (or for our business), we encourage you to pursue it. We’ll back you. We try our best to replicate the energy of a new business – our business – when we were starting out, because it creates huge dividends for everyone involved. In structured ways, we revisit the start up culture that was responsible for our early successes. How did it feel? How can we use that spark to inform our approach to today’s challenges?
Nature is a non-hierarchical organisation. Ideas are judged on their merit, not on where they came from. A more diverse pool of thought is a more powerful pool of thought, so our clients benefit – and our people benefit too – from an approach to work that gives everyone a voice.
In a word, it’s about freedom, both intellectual and vocational. We’ll (naturally) be expecting to hear your ideas, as they relate to our clients’ challenges, and how you’d like to see your career progress.
We encourage our people to take ownership of their career journey. To that end, all our people benefit from the Nature Scholarship – to fund bespoke development and training. On top of that we have a regular stream of in-house and external speakers and thought leadership sharing sessions to fuel your growth and development journey, not to mention the critical role that 1:1 coaching and mentoring will play in your development.