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!
Do you work at a small not-for-profit and can’t afford to attend the 2016 Not-For-Profit People Conference?
We’re excited to announce we’re now accepting scholarship applications for our fourth annual conference in Melbourne on November 21 and 22.
The Not-For-Profit People Conference is back for another year on 21 and 22 November – and that means applications to speak at the conference are now open. We’d love to hear from you!
Four standout ideas we picked up at the conference from the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, the Happiness Institute, the Kitchen Garden Foundation and World Vision that you can apply to your organisation.
Since Susan Henry joined Starlight Children’s Foundation in 2001, they’ve twice been accredited as an Aon Hewitt Best Employer. With staff engagement currently sitting at a phenomenal 89%, we had a chat with her to try and find out what the secret is…
In the lead-up to her presentation at the 2015 Not-For-Profit People Conference, Yumi Stamet – a Workforce Adviser for the National Disability Services (NDS) – spoke with us about Buurtzorg, a Dutch NFP that has grown from just 4 staff in 2006 to over 8,000 staff today, by pioneering a system of self-managing teams. Buurtzorg has the most satisfied workforce of any Dutch company with more than 1,000 employees.
Do you need some help convincing your manager that this year’s Not-For-Profit People Conference is a must attend event?
Over two jam-packed days in November, we’re putting people at the centre of the conversation around how to strengthen NFP organisations and the sector. Here’s five reasons why you need to join more than 300 NFP professionals at the conference.
Dr. Timothy Sharp is the founder & CHO (Chief Happiness Officer) of The Happiness Institute – Australia’s first and now largest organisation devoted solely to enhancing happiness for individuals, families and organisations. In the lead-up to his presentation at the 2015 Not-For-Profit People Conference, Dr. Sharp spoke with us about what happiness at work looks like, why it’s important and how you can help staff to find it.
Even with the knowledge that training and development can have a massive impact on your staff and organisation’s performance, being able to invest time and money in it can still be a challenge for many NFP organisations. In this post we explore the big question of “how?” for NFPs that want to take the next steps.