16 February 2016 to 17 February 2016
Citadines on Bourke

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Financial models and innovation strategy continue to stand at the forefront of future opportunities and growth for the community housing sector and not for profit organisations in Australia. The government’s perspective on risk, decision making and policy is integral to accomplishing the end goal of increased housing supply for this sector.

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16 February 2016 to 17 February 2016

Governments are trying to improve outcomes for people. However, problems are complex and finding the right solutions can be challenging. Evidence is the key to improving outcomes. We need evidence to define the problem, we need evidence to find the solution and we also need evidence about the outcomes. 

However, while evidence is vital, evidence-based policy making is not something we do as well as we should.  This conference will help policy practitioners improve their skills in this area. Read more
16 February 2016 to 18 February 2016
Pullman Quay Grand

EAs and PAs play an integral role in the success of executives. With roles, responsibilities and expectations constantly evolving, it’s crucial for today’s EAs and PAs to stay ahead of the game, anticipate demands and be proactive. This event is about enabling public sector EAs and PAs to take on new skills in order to meet high work demands. It will cover strategies to embrace your role and seize professional opportunities while maintaining a healthy, balanced lifestyle. 

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17 February 2016 to 19 February 2016
Novotel Darling Harbour

Having a clear long term strategic financial framework is vital for not-for-profits (NFPs) particularly when government funding continues to decline.Read more
17 February 2016 to 19 February 2016
CBR Innovation Network, Level 5, 1 Moore St, Canberra

The For Purpose Summer School is a three day professional development opportunity for not-for-profit pofessionals.

The Summer School features a series of workshops and expert panel discussions, tackling issues and challenges relevant to not-for-profit professionals. Summer School attendees will also have a unique opportunity to come together and network with peers and leaders from around the country.Read more
18 February 2016 to 19 February 2016
Rydges Melbourne

A Innovative Engagement Tool for Community, Internal Communication, HR, Learning, Marketing, Corporate Communication and more

Gamification Central 2016
One Day Forum - Four Types of Sessions
Two Preparatory Pre-event Workshops
18-19 February 2016, Rydges Melbourne

It’s Time to Take the Lead:
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19 February 2016
Grand Lodge, SMC Conference Centre, 66 Goulburn St Sydney

“This country has never had a Congressman like Barney Frank" - President Obama.

Mr Frank co-authored the Dodd–Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. The Wall Street Journal referred to it as ‘the most sweeping financial legislation in a generation.’ Read more
22 February 2016 to 23 February 2016
Venue to be confirmed

Australia is operating in difficult, volatile and uncertain environments. Hence, we must improve labour performance for the nation to be competitive. Join us in the Marcus Evans Powering Performance and Productivity Australia conference will focus on how organisations can achieve revenue-driven process improvement, outcome-based results, be efficiency and innovation-driven and compete more effectively on the global stage. Read more
23 February 2016 to 24 February 2016
CQ Functions Melbourne

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The amount of children living in out-of-home care in Australia is increasing each year. Community service providers are struggling to build a capable workforce while at the same time support the complex needs of vulnerable children. This conference will provide a national platform for discussing innovative and progressive strategies to improve the safety, stability and outcomes for Australia’s most vulnerable children.

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23 February 2016 to 25 February 2016
Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Statistics on the extent of domestic, family and sexual violence against women and their children are compelling and all the more confronting because these figures are increasing at the same time as Australia is making a major commitment to reverse the situation.  This requires coordinated activity by governments, service providers and professionals, researchers and the community in general.    Read more