After a three year hiatus, the Not-For-Profit People Conference was back with a bang last week. With two days full of inspirational speakers, the plenary hall was packed with excited attendees, ready to network, ask questions and find answers to some of their most pressing people challenges.
With more than 20 speakers and presenters, here are four things the EthicalJobs.com.au team learned.
Vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burnout present significant risks for workers exposed directly and indirectly to traumatic content. The impacts can be both on individuals and on entire workplaces with outcomes such as poor mental health, reduced productivity, increased absenteeism and high staff turnover.
Tara Hunter is the Director of Clinical and Client Services at Full Stop Australia. In the lead-up to her presentation at the 2023 Not-For-Profit People Conference, Tara spoke with us about how to address vicarious trauma, compassion fatigue and burnout in NFP workplaces.
Lin Hatfield Dodds has spent her working life focused on people and communities who are vulnerable or disadvantaged, most recently leading over 1,500 staff as CEO of The Benevolent Society, Australia’s oldest charitable organisation dedicated to meeting the needs of vulnerable groups in society. In the lead-up to her keynote presentation at the 2023 Not-For-Profit People Conference, Lin spoke with us about her leadership journey and how she faces and overcomes challenges as the CEO of Australia’s oldest charity.
We’ve got some great news to share: the Not-For-Profit People Conference will return for 2023 on 20-21 February after a 3-year hiatus (thanks Covid!)
Want to hear from some of Australia’s most successful NFP organisations on how they attract, train and retain the best staff and volunteers? Then you can’t afford to miss the 2020 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 24 […]
The Not-For-Profit People Conference is back on, on 24-25 February, and we’re excited to announce that we have 15 scholarship tickets to give away to small, Australia-based not-for-profit organisations to attend, free of charge!
Great news: the Not-For-Profit People Conference will return to the Melbourne Convention Centre on 24-25 February 2020! If you’ve never joined us for a Not-For-Profit People Conference, you might not know that it’s Australia’s biggest event focused on how to attract, manage, train and retain the best people for the NFP sector. Each year for […]
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The Not-For-Profit People Conference is done for another year. And what a couple of days it was! The atmosphere was electric; the speakers inspiring; and the delegates’ enthusiasm was contagious.
It’s difficult to hand-pick the key takeaways from the conference – there were so many with 36 speakers and 23 sessions – so here are our top five based on the top issues facing people managers in NFPs today.