Join Social Leadership Australia for an Adaptive Leadership Masterclass in Sydney this May.
In today’s rapidly changing business environment, a fresh, more dynamic approach to leadership is required to overcome the complex challenges facing modern organisations.
Adaptive Leadership theory offers a practical framework and philosophy that helps individuals and organisations adapt and thrive in challenging environments, a leadership model more relevant today than ever before.
The Benevolent Society’s Social Leadership Australia (SLA) is offering a two-day Adaptive Leadership for Social Impact Masterclass, designed to develop the …
Challenging not-for-profit leaders to regain “Mission Control” will be just one of the thought pieces presented at the 2017 AuSAE Conference and Exhibition (ACE) on 11 to 12 May in Sydney.
Keynote speaker, Liana Downey – strategy advisor and author of Mission Control: How Nonprofits and Governments Can Focus, Achieve More and Change the World – will provide insights into why some non-for-profit leaders succeed while others struggle to point to their impact.
To continue the theme of challenging the status quo, the conference is honoured …
Successful employee engagement in the not-for-profit sector is highly dependent on clarity around job roles and organisational direction rather than pay rates, according to Pro Bono Australia’s annual NFP salary survey.
The latest research found that employee engagement was positively associated with a broad range of organisational performance measures but clarity around specific roles and organisational strategies delivered a significant impact in job satisfaction.
Now in its fifth year, the Pro Bono Salary Survey is the largest of its kind and includes responses covering 1,366 cases …