Alternative facts and post-truth appear to be the new characteristics of the world we inhabit. News that doesn’t support an individual or group’s stance on a certain issue is now ‘Fake News’ not to be confused with genuine Fake News. Who is the lightning rod to these concepts and to then inextricably tie them together? To […]
About Angus Nicholls
Angus Nicholls has in excess of 15 years experience of working with, in, and around all levels of Government in Australia, in roles ranging from lobbying, to advising a Federal Minister, and as an elected representative of his local Council.
During his time on Council Angus led the development of Council positions on many complex and socially sensitive issues with regard to planning, the environment, community amenity, and local business issues. His work in this space was recognised by his appointment as the Chair of the Strategic Master Planning Committee.
As an Adviser and Acting Chief of Staff to a former Federal Minister, Angus was responsible not only for policy development and stakeholder negotiations, but also contributing to tactics and strategy for the Senate leadership team.
Angus is a problem solver with the ability to translate theory into practice in a simple, no-nonsense manner that resonates with target audiences.
Entries by Angus Nicholls
Phew, well I’m glad that’s over. 9-weeks of excruciatingly numbing political meandering that delivered………… well, not much. One of the aspects of the campaign that we have been discussing internally has been if we learnt anything. The answer is a general ‘Yes,’ however the content you could treat on a take it or leave it […]
Helping your organisation develop a values based culture, how Bushido shows the way Open a paper, turn on a TV, or click something that’s not bait and you will not have to turn far, wait long, or search hard to find a story about bad corporate behaviour. This is no better illustrated than by the […]
Vacuums are good for many things – including boiling water at zero degrees. What they are terrible for is selling a message. Prime Minister Turnbull came to the leadership of the nation in September last year, loosing the hounds of national expectation. Understandably he did nothing to dampen those expectations that had fairly, or otherwise, […]
- When it does go wrong, everyone will know about it – immediatelySeptember 8, 2018 - 8:16 pm
- What could possibly go wrong? Privacy & government databasesSeptember 8, 2018 - 8:12 pm
- Legends in their lunchtimesMay 16, 2018 - 4:43 pm
- The brave new world – well, not just yetMarch 1, 2018 - 4:55 pm
- The Socratic Paradox – worth understandingFebruary 12, 2018 - 5:01 pm
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