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How to Adapt your NFP to The New Work Mindset

Date: 25 October 2017 at 02:00 pm Presenter: Alecia Rathbone and Chelsea Collins Run time: 60 Minutes Location: Online Live Tickets: $55.00 – $500.00 (in AUD) Materials Price: $0 (in AUD)

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In this 60-minute webinar, find out how you can empower your workforce and workplace to succeed in the New Work Order.

The world of work is in a massive transition to an ever more global, technology driven, flexible economy in which whole progressions are being altered, new professions are coming into existence and traditional jobs are being swallowed by automation.

Young Australians are increasingly seeking out purpose over financial gain when it comes to employment, with over 88% of people under 25 increasingly searching for job opportunities with a social focus. But over 65% of young people also indicate that they don’t have access to training opportunities within these fields.

So how do we, as not-for-profit organisations, create meaningful opportunities to engage and harness that energy to drive our industry forward?

The answer, in part, lies in shifting our mindset when it comes to work, to think beyond whether a new hire is right for one job, to consider whether their skills and passions could benefit the organisation as a whole.

Join FYA Deputy CEO, Alecia Rathbone CPA, in discussion with IWDA Accountant, Chelsea Collins, to develop a deeper understanding about the changing landscape of work and what it means for the NFP sector. The data shows that no sector or profession is immune to these changes. As a finance leader in the for purpose sector, Alecia will talk to the impact we are seeing on the social sector and the accounting profession now and what is expected to come.


This webinar is presented in partnership with CPA Australia.


Alecia Rathbone and Chelsea Collins

Alecia Rathbone and Chelsea Collins

Alecia Rathbone, CPA Deputy CEO and Company Secretary of Foundation of Young Australians In her role at FYA, Alecia is responsible for leading the FYA team to efficiently and effectively deliver the strategic priorities of the organisation, work in collaboration with all team members create a strong organisational culture, work to diversify and grow revenue and deliver on financial performance and represent the organisation externally.   
Chelsea Collins, CPA Accountant at International Women's Development Agency (IWDA) Chelsea is an Accountant at International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA), and works with Women’s Leadership programs in the Asia Pacific region. Chelsea is a former Chairperson of CPA Australia’s Emerging Leaders Network. She began her career in Banking and Financial Services before transitioning to the non-profit sector and also worked at Oxfam Australia and The Australian Ballet. Chelsea is passionate about careers in the not for profit sector.
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