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Australian Non Profit Leadership Summit


Monday, 20th August 2001 at 1:08 pm
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In an Australian first, a Summit on Leadership will address the challenges of governance, leadership and opportunities in Not for Profit organisations.

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Australian Non Profit Leadership Summit
Monday, 20th August 2001 at 1:08 pm

According to MS Australia Not for Profit leaders have little time to consider how they as Directors and Chief Executives can address and respond to the changing environment in which they live. Now, in an Australian first, a Summit on Leadership will address the challenges of governance, leadership and opportunities.

MS Australia, along with the Harvard Club of Melbourne and Harvard University USA, is hosting the International Summit on Non Profit Leadership in Melbourne at the Park Hyatt on October 2-4, 2001.

The Summit will bring together influential Board Members and executives from Not for Profit organisations from Australia and around the world.

Professor Stephen A Greyser, Harvard Business School’s faculty Co-chair of “Strategic Perspectives in Non Profit Management”, will lead participants through discussion and analysis of issues of critical concern including stewardship, board leadership, and strategic realignment. He will be supported by leaders from both business and the Not for Profit sector.

MS Australia says the summit offers an innovative three-day program that will include plenaries, leaders’ circles and case studies. The major themes include: strategic challenges for Not for Profits, transforming Boards, new governance, and how to’s…what can we learn from corporates?

Organisers say the International Summit will challenge Board members, senior executives, and senior management to re-examine their roles and leadership styles and implement strategic realignment for leading change in their organisations and communities.

For more information and a registration form send an e-mail to us here at Pro Bono Australia at probono@probonoaustralia.com.au.




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