What Om Does
Om is well positioned to provide thought-leadership and value-add to the organisations that he consults to on the back of extensive practical experience and relevant academic qualifications.
Having developed and implemented a bottom-up sustainable model for refugee settlement with successful outcomes, he specialises as a practitioner of strength-based approach to refugee settlement and community development. He regularly provides policy input and has guided strategic direction on settlement matters by being on the Boards of service providers such as Settlement Services International (SSI) and SydWest Multicultural Services and is sought after for his thought leadership on refugee issues.
As a Strategic Connector with extensive cross-sectoral experience, Om Dhungel works closely with all levels of governments, the not for profit sector, community organisations, educational institutions and businesses and creates opportunities for collaboration.
Unleashing Potential – Making the best of what you have: The Om Dhungel Story
Having survived two other near-death situations, Om truly understands the value of life and wants everyone to live to their fullest by utilising their full potential. As he calls it, 2Rs got him to where he is today – Resilience and Perseverance are very much integral to his success.
Om Dhungel is an experienced and well-qualified trainer backed-up by a unique range of Board, management, community development and volunteering experience. A transformational leader, Om is well known and regarded for his thought leadership on capacity building and empowering communities and bringing the best out of people with a firm belief that “no matter where you grew up or what your past
Om Dhungel is a transformational leader with a unique range of Board, management, community development and volunteering experience. Om is well known and regarded for his thought leadership on capacity building and empowering communities and bringing the best out of people with a firm belief that
“Leading the paradigm shift in community development – From Need-based approach to Strength-based approach”