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Coaching Volunteers Through Organisational Change

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Date: 09 August 2018 at 04:00 am Presenter: Panel Run time: 60 minutes Location: Online Live Tickets: $55 – $500 (in AUD) Materials Price: $50 (in AUD)

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This Post Webinar Pack is now available. The packs include the audio and visual recordings, slide deck, and the webinar book. The webinar book includes the session’s transcript with corresponding slides, the live chat stream and presenter notes.

This 60 minute webinar is all about leading change in volunteer teams, in the context of an ever changing not-for-profit environment.

Touching on change management theory, an expert panel will be coming together to discuss their experiences as change leaders with volunteer teams in larger organisations, and the lessons they have learned.

Curated specifically for a not-for-profit audience, participants will gain exclusive insight into:

  • why leading change for volunteers is unique
  • a brief overview of the ADKAR change management framework
  • three practitioners experiences leading change

Who should tune in? Any person who manages volunteer teams in a not-for-profit environment.



Sara Sterling joined Volunteering Victoria in January 2018 with a focus on Sector Development services. She has ten years’ experience in government and not for profit sectors. She has focused on volunteer management, program support and administration and training and development. She has a Masters in Social Policy, and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. She is passionate about volunteers, volunteer managers and supporting the sector broadly Megan Cassar is a passionate, efficient and skilled volunteer leader, currently employed to set the strategic direction for volunteer engagement at Oxfam Australia. Megan also volunteers to facilitate the City Network of Managers of Volunteers; an independent, informal network of volunteer leaders in Melbourne and at PANDA as a Community Education and Training Volunteer. Penny Aquino has had over 30 years of management and leadership experience in a number of sectors including education & training, hospitality and Not for Profit, particularly volunteer management. She has a Bachelor of Arts, Diploma in Hospitality management, change management qualifications and awarded opportunities to further develop leadership capabilities. Penny is committed to lead the involvement of volunteers to benefit themselves, the organisation and the community(s) they serve.  Penny has held volunteer management roles at World Vision, RSPCA and is currently the Volunteer Resources Director at The Salvation Army - combined over 13 years in volunteer management.


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