If you want to hear from some of Australia’s most successful NFP organisations on how they attract, train and retain the best staff and volunteers, you can’t afford to miss the 2017 Not-For-Profit People Conference.
But if you need help convincing your manager before you can join us and hundreds of other NFP professionals on November 13 and 14, we can help you put forward your best case.
It’s our pleasure to announce the first speakers who’ll be presenting at the 2017 Not-for-Profit People Conference in November!
We’re excited to announce we’re now accepting scholarship applications for our fifth annual conference in Melbourne on November 13th and 14th!
So if you work at a small not-for-profit and can’t afford to attend the 2017 Not-For-Profit People Conference, you may be eligible for one of 10 scholarships to attend the two-day conference.
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We’re still coming down from the high of the 2016 Not-For-Profit People Conference – two days, 35 speakers and 600 attendees from across the NFP sector and beyond. If you didn’t make it, we hope you’ll be able to join us in 2017. But until then, here are five lessons we learnt from the 2016 Not-For-Profit People Conference.
The Not-For-Profit People Conference gets bigger and better each year. Back in 2013 there were just 170 attendees. Fast forward to 2016, and we’re expecting almost 600 people, including 38 speakers, 26 exhibitors and more than 500 NFP leaders, managers and HR professionals!
Over two action-packed days and 28 practical and inspiring sessions, there’s something for everyone at this year’s conference – whether you work for the largest national NFP or the smallest community organisation.
Here are 5 reasons you don’t want want to miss this year’s Not-For-Profit People Conference.
Coming to the Not-For-Profit People Conference in November? Or perhaps you’ve got another NFP conference coming up? Conferences can be hyper-rich opportunities to learn new ideas, make new connections, gain perspective on your job, have important conversations with colleagues and develop as an NFP professional.
But doing all this at the same time isn’t a simple task – it can be easy for a conference to become a blur of presentations, faces and cocktails. Why not develop a plan of attack well before you set foot in the conference centre?
We’ve just released the final program for the 2016 Not-For-Profit People Conference, which is less than two short months away! Don’t miss these 38 amazing speakers over 2 action-packed days!
Want to learn how some of Australia’s most successful NFP organisations attract, manage, train and retain the best staff and volunteers? Then you can’t afford to miss the 2016 Not-For-Profit People Conference on 21-22 November! But if you still need to convince them to give you the budget and time to attend, send them these compelling reasons why the conference is a must-attend event.
We’re excited to announce the first of more than 30 speakers who’ll be presenting at the 2016 Not-for-Profit People Conference on 21 and 22 November!