Radical… Confronting… Liberating!

Radical new dimensions to disrupt and support traditional consulting.

Radical Workplace Transformation emerges from the creation of authentic working relationships.

And like a human body moving in perfect rhythm and balance, produces positive outcomes for your corporate bottom line.

Radical Change requires Radical Leadership that Embodies Corporate and Human Values

My name is Abe Moses. I specialise in assisting SME managers to effectively lead and manage their workplaces.

Our Vision, Mission and Purpose


Building Authentic Relationships

  • Radical Consultants' Mission and Purpose is to accelerate transformation in personal consciousness, business processes and outcomes. We engage with individuals, businesses and communities.
  • Our intention is to facilitate healing and healthy empowerment within ourselves, our clients, our circles of influence, our world and our universe.
  • As a service driven organisation, our focus is our client's needs. We engage with authenticity, integrity, creativity and trust, refining our services and the way in which we deliver them.

Abe Moses speaks his vision in founding Radical Consultants

  • "My vision has been to create an enterprise that supports a holistic approach to 'continuous improvement'. By this I mean to offer skills and work practices that support healthy workplace relationships that coexist with achieving business outcomes. My vision includes interdependent experts who are available to address specific workplace needs."

Developing Authentic Working Relationships

My Experience:

It is important to give people consistent direction in where the enterprise is going. Then the effectiveness of current systems may be examined. And with that understanding people can be encouraged to add their own input.

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Mindful Focus and Intention

Mindfulness generates a presence for your business. Radical Change requires presence, awareness and risk taking.

Various techniques and practices are used to encourage focus and intention .

Creating Congruent Teams and Relationships

When people are congruent with each other, with the specific business direction and with the systems, work ceases to be a chore.

My expertise is in creating and supporting congruence in the workplace and making it easy to achieve success.

Tracking Process and Outcomes

You can’t manage what you don’t measure.

Together we identify what we measure and how to best use the information to achieve sustainable outcomes.

Radical Workplace Communication

Attribution: Photo by Tim Gouw from Pexels

'In my capacity as the Practice Manager in a health care profession with a small staff of approx 12, some of the best communication skills I employed were an “Active Listening” and a “Clear Communication” skill. These may be known by a few different names but are essentially the same.

"Active Listening” is the skill to be completely present in the moment, giving your wholehearted attention to listen to someone without judgement, or thoughts about what you want to say next, or how you will respond. When the speaker is complete, the art is to then reflect back to the speaker what you heard and understood them say. This provides a foundation of greater clarity to ‘the problem or concern’. And solutions may be more easily arrived at based on this foundation.

With “Clear Communication” the skill is to wholeheartedly own your feelings around an issue using “I statements” such as I feel... I believe... when I did... when I heard... The idea here is not to blame anyone, but to express how you’re feeling about something with the intention of finding a pathway through ‘the problem’.

Empowering my staff to use these tools resulted in a safer, happier and congruent team of people, who felt heard, appreciated and acknowledged and hence enjoyed working productively together.'

-- RM, Faulconbridge, 10 October 2019.

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Radical Partners

Meet Bruce Whall of Bruce Whall Consulting

Bruce Whall of Bruce Whall Consulting

I am committed to educating and increasing client awareness so as to meet their needs for proper financial management.

I provide superior financial solutions for my clients, mainly in the form of CFO Advisory Services.

A significant amount of my work is in turnaround management and start-ups, with world class financial and cash flow management techniques, practices and processes. I offer methods aimed at arresting current unacceptably high business failure rates.

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Meet Dr Catherine Wilkins of Fractology

Meet Dr Catherine Wilkins of Fractology

Dr Catherine Wilkins has developed and offers a unique method of systems-thinking called Fractology.

Her system offers individuals and business communities the benefits of increased efficiency, productivity and satisfaction for both staff and clients. Catherine guides clients to specific and expansive solutions through workshops and private consultations. She works widely with professionals from many disciplines, including university professors and corporate CEOs, and has consulted for HR departments in both tertiary education and business.

Her second book, "The Soul’s Brain: The Neurology and Logic of Your Intuition" was recently released. She’s a specialist in the thought processes that result in innovative solutions and lateral thinking.

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Meet Abe Moses: Principal Partner

Abe Moses: Principal Partner

I am passionate about improving business outcomes by creating strong, healthy, interdependent workplace relationships. I support a holistic approach to continuous improvement.

My vision is to create this interdependent team of associates (Radical Workplace Consultants), who are willing to work together to provide expert personal and/or organisational change services. The team imparts skills and work practices that cultivate healthy workplace relationships. They coexist with and support the organisation's need for sustainable business outcomes. These services are not usually provided by regular business consultants at the depth at which I believe they are needed. We make them available to support their services.

I am a Rural Scientist and my offerings consistently embody the laws of nature - there is a time and a season for everything.

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Latest from the Radical Workplace Consultants Blogging Team

Confronting the Challenge of Cultural Change

Confronting the Challenge of Cultural Change in the Workplace

Q&A with Abe Moses, Founder of Radical Consultants

What needs confronting, and why?

Research shows that only around 34% of employees are engaged in their work. 13% of employees are "actively disengaged" and actively/passively attempt to sabotage their employers business. The remaining 53% of workers are in the "not engaged" category. They may be generally satisfied but are not cognitively and emotionally connected to their work and workplace; they will usually show up to work and do the minimum required but are likely to quickly leave their company for only a slightly better offer.

"Life begins at the end of your comfort zone." - Neale Donald Walsch

I frequently read of people in organisations seeking cultural change.

Actually, I am a little surprised by the number of organisations seeking cultural change, and Cultural Change Agents. What is this magical “cultural change” that so many seek, might I ask? I assume that the leadership believes that there is something about the culture in their organisation that needs changing. Yep, that sounds right. Whatever the culture that now exists, needs to be replaced by something different, a “better” culture!

Article on depression, in the Guardian, Johann Hari

In a recent article on depression, in the Guardian, Johann Hari mentions 1970’s workplace research by the Australian scientist, Michael Marmot.

Marmot’s research found that it is not the people at the top of work hierarchies who are most inclined to serious stress, and consequent heart attacks, but those towards the bottom. A very surprising result.

And in working out why that is, he came to the conclusion that: