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16 May 2005 at 1:05 pm
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The NFP Leadership Development Forum strategically addresses leadership challenges while meeting your stakeholders' expectations and developing durable partnerships to better achieve your vision.

Staff Reporter | 16 May 2005 at 1:05 pm


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NFP Leadership Development Forum - Advertorial
16 May 2005 at 1:05 pm

The NFP Leadership Development Forum strategically addresses leadership challenges while meeting your stakeholders’ expectations and developing durable partnerships to better achieve your vision.

When: 16th & 17th June 2005
Where: Avillion Hotel Sydney

A strategic vision, genuine leadership, best practice relationships and knowledge management, superior communication standards, as well as governance and reporting frameworks are now all essential elements of the modern Not for Profit organisation.

Just like businesses, Not for Profit organisations have to perform – to efficiently achieve strategic objectives – if they hope to meet stakeholder objectives and continue to enjoy the patronage of the private, commercial and public sectors.

Aimed at the senior managers of Not for Profit organisations, this event looks beyond the traditional view of Not for Profit as just ‘fundraising organisations’, considering the strategic and operational leadership aspects that drive the performance of professional and responsible Not for Profit companies.

Our second Not for Profit Leadership Forum again showcases a range of management strategies that will improve Not for Profit competitive edge, drive down costs, create new efficiencies and allow these organisations to access new markets and strategic business partnerships.

This event offers an opportunity to hear practical presentations, case studies and participate in roundtable discussions addressing strategies relevant only to the Third Sector. It will allow you to benefit from an independent platform where you can be heard and can learn by sharing with your peers and with key stakeholders within the Third Sector.

Award winning case study presenters include Patrick McClure, the CEO of Mission Australia, Richard Spence, the CEO of The Benevolent Society, Liz Mullinar, Founder of Mayumarri Trust and John Berryman, Chief Executive of the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Children.

Pro Bono Australia Subscribers receive a 10% discount; please see www.marcusevans.com.au/pdf/417.pdf .
Or contact Chris Low at marcus evans on 61(2) 9223 2137 or email: marketing@marcusevansau.com.



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