Hi folks - here is a short video about a project with which I am involved.... doing important work. Project Australia is raising funds to publish a book to help Australia Not-For-Profit/Community groups Start, Scale and Sustain wonderful life changing projects. Can you help with a donation ? Go here : http://startsomegood.com/handbook
As you are may be aware, The Benevolent Society is launching the Race for Change - a corporate team bike race established in 2013 to celebrate our 200 years anniversary! This is targeted at teams of keen cyclists in the corporate world but could also be of interest to others. Teams will race against each other and raise money for The Benevolent Society while doing so!
Please pass this on to your network to encourage more teams to register and raise $$.
All details can be found on the website - please click through below.
This one-day conference will explore ‘complex needs’. By adopting a critical inter-disciplinary analysis, conference presenters will explore the multiple needs of criminal justice and human service clients more broadly.
Location: Level 1, New Law Building, Sydney Law School
Cost: Full fee: $200; FT student: $100; Uni of Sydney staff: $150; Sydney Law School alumni: $150 inc. GST. Contact Garner Clancey (firstname.lastname@example.org) for information about group discounts.
If you know anyone who would be a great candidate for Sydney Leadership next year please encourage them to apply. As always we are looking for diversity across sectors, issues, areas of influence, age and culture. If you know someone who is trying to impact social change from their position in the corporate, government or community sector and they want to make a difference with their leadership, then encourage them to apply for the Sydney Leadership 2013 program. Applications are open, deadline is next week. Please contact Julie Ahern 02 9339 8093 to speak further. Thanks Liz MORE >
I'm working on an article for 'Beyond the Spin' on women in leadership. I have a number of my own observations about where we're at in the current adaptation with men and women in leadership in Australia, but want to get some broader insights about what's happening for others.
What are you seeing/experiencing?
Where's the innovation - whats allowed progress?
What's our collective work?
If you want to share some of your thoughts with me either start here or email me email@example.com. Thanking you
The keynote address at the Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility conference in Melbourne on 15 February 2012 was all about the emergence of the social purpose business.
The speaker was Professor Dirk Matten, who holds the Hewlett-Packard Chair in Corporate Social Responsibility and is a Professor of Strategy at the Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto.