The 2016 Not-for-Profit People Conference is gearing up to be the biggest and best yet, and we’re excited to announce the first of more than 30 speakers who’ll be presenting on 21 and 22 November!
The conference will bring together 500 NFP professionals across human resources, management and volunteer management to share ideas and best practices on how to attract, train and retain the best people for the NFP sector.
We’ve begun assembling an inspiring line-up of 30+ speakers, including some of Australia’s leading thinkers from the not-for-profit sector, business, government and academia.
So here’s your first taste of the incredible experience we have in store for November:
Dr Helen Szoke
Chief Executive, Oxfam Australia
On leading through transformative change
HR Leader, GE
On private sector secrets to developing the best people
Executive Director People, Learning and Culture, The Benevolent Society
On who’s responsible for staff engagement
Positive business expert and best-selling author
On building wellbeing and resilience in your workforce
Founder and CEO, Pyjama Foundation
On values-driven leadership
Aline Van Koninckxloo
Operations Manager, GetUp!
On how to hire excellent people fast
Dr Sen Sendjaya
Associate Professor in Leadership, Monash Business School
On servant leadership
Director of Recruitment Services, Barnardos Australia
On keeping staff engaged and committed to working in your organisation
National Volunteer Manager, Starlight Children’s Foundation
On raising recruitment standards for staff and volunteers
Plus many more! See the full preliminary list here.
If you’re thinking of coming, early bird prices start at just $340 for two full conference days and if you register two staff, you’ll get a third registration free – a great opportunity to bring your colleagues along!
More than 100 people have already registered for November, so you’ll be joining the likes of:
• Life Without Barriers
• Ardoch Youth Foundation
• Brotherhood of St Laurence
• St Vincent de Paul Society
• Scope Victoria
• RSPCA NSW
• Schizophrenia Fellowship of NSW
• Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
• Reconciliation Australia
• Nature Conservation Trust
• ReachOut Australia
• and many more!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore the NFP sector’s most pressing people issues – we’d love to see you in November!