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Monday, 5th September 2005 at 1:09 pm
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A two day national conference in Melbourne this month.

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Social Enterprise Partnerships - Advertorial
Monday, 5th September 2005 at 1:09 pm

Community Building, Partnerships & Social Enterprise – this two day national conference in Melbourne this month is an opportunity for community and business leaders, social entrepreneurs, policy makers, fundraisers and investors to do a national stock-take on community building, partnerships and social enterprise to determine where we are heading and what we need to do now to produce real impacts.

The event takes place on the 8th and 9th September at the Darebin Arts Centre, Melbourne.

The program includes two special workshops on ‘Creating A Social Enterprise Culture Within A Not-For-Profit Organisation’ led by US consultant, David Rendall (Rendall & Associates).

David has more than a decade of experience in leading not-for-profit organisations and social enterprises. He earned his doctorate in Organisational Change at University of Phoenix and lectures in Not for Profit management, performance measurement, leadership, innovation, strategic management and organisational change for Judson College and University of Phoenix.

Speakers are drawn from government, community and corporate enterprises throughout Australasia and include

– Liddy Clark MP, Member for Clayfield, Queensland Parliament.

– Belinda Drew, CEO Foresters ANA Mutual Society.

– Daniel Donohoo, Fellow, OzProspect

– Bob James, Australian Unity

– Di Ford, Berry Street Victoria, ANZ and Brotherhood of St Laurence

– John Martin, Director, Centre for Sustainable Regional Communities

– Martin Mulligan, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

– Roger Tweedy, The Nework Centre, Wellington New Zealand

– Maxine Griffiths, Volunteering Tasmania

– Sharon Bryant, Mindstream

– Suzette Gallagher, Families in Partnership

– Kam Benton, Hesse Rural Health Service.

– Rollo Manning, the Tiwi Health Board NT

– Barry Smith, Secretary Community Branch, Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services

– Diane Jennings, Waitakere Wellbeing Collaboration, Waitakere City Council (NZ)

– Graeme Kelly, Robinvale District Health Services

– Robyn Allcock, Pro Populi

– Vern Hughes, Social Enterprise Partnerships

SEP Member Non-member
Not-for-Profit Sector $286 $352
Academic/Researcher $286 $352
Government/Public Sector $363 $440
Private Sector $363 $440

Register at http://www.partnerships.org.au/FORMS/NationalConferenceForm.htm
or by calling (03) 9326 4481.




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