Many social enterprises have identified maintaining the wellbeing of their people as a significant challenge given COVID-19. Jessica Cranswick, registered psychologist and Senior Manager at EY will share tips and tricks to help you build resilience and identify ways you can strengthen your team’s wellbeing, as well as your own.
In our third webinar we talk to Cindy Carpenter, Chair of The Bread and Butter Project, who shares the remarkable story of their business transformation in just two weeks.
The JobKeeper Payment, do you understand how this works for your social enterprise? Rob Lockhart from the Davidson Institute talks to experts Brendan Tegg, Principal of TG Endeavour and Jacquie Seemann, Employment Partner at Thomson Greer Lawyers, to discuss the new legislation, how it works, and answer any questions you may have.
Do you have questions about keeping employees engaged, motivated and informed, given all that is going on right now? Organisational coaches Elise Sernik and Sarit Vandegraaff from Leadership Space provide useful tips and techniques to help you manage and lead your people now and into the future.
Contemplating taking on a financial role in a not-for-profit organisation? Or perhaps you’re already part of the management committee? Either way the new Guide for Community Financial Officers aims to help you better understand the finances, helping your organisation achieve its objectives.
From cash records, asset registers through to balance sheets, profit/loss statements and the financial operating cycle, do you feel in control of these compliance and financial requirements when it comes to your NFP organisation? Or would you like to learn more how you can get on top of the financial governance for your organisation? To find out how join our free Financial Governance for NFPs webinar.
In a rapidly changing world the social sector needs to continually evolve. The Davidson Institute has created an Innovation Toolkit to help generate, test, and implement workable innovative ideas. Use the toolkit to help identify areas for organisational improvement; increase the quantity and quality of solutions; and bring your ideas to life.
Now, more than ever, the NFP sector is in need of innovation. While innovation may have been on the agendas of some NFP boards in the past, the imperative to innovate and change has never been greater.