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National NFP Sector Conference

November 10, 2017 at 9:59 AM

*From Grow Ltd*

19 - 20 FEBRUARY 2018 - AUCKLAND
Quality Hotel Parnell, Auckland
Make Huge Impact in 2018
It feels like New Zealand is on the cusp of change and there are many Not-For-Profits hopeful about new investment in the social services, health and education areas. The challenge for many of us is to channel this new hope into activities and programmes that make a significant improvement in the lives of the communities we serve.

The National Not-For-Profit Sector Conference with bring a steady stream of inspiration, fresh thinking, clever ideas and passion for what is possible.
 
The 2018 line up of speakers is fantastic and will set the year alight for us all. They include:

Paul Schmitz is CEO of Leading Inside Out - a nonprofit and philanthropic advisory firm, Senior Advisor to The Collective Impact Forum, and the first Innovator in Residence at Georgetown University’s Beeck Center for Social Innovation and Impact. Paul is the author of Everyone Leads: Building Leadership from the Community Up, and previously served as CEO of the national leadership development organization Public Allies. He was a social innovation advisor to the Obama White House and has been named three separate years to The Nonprofit Times list of the 50 most influential nonprofit leaders in America.

David Codyre is a psychiatrist with 28 years experience working in the community mental health sector in New Zealand, in a range of clinical and leadership roles.  In addition he co-hosted the mental health promotion radio/TV show “The Nutters Club”, with well-known NZ comedian Mike King, is a member of the board of Key to Life Trust and chairs the Safe Man Safe Family Trust. Best of all, David is a revolutionary and believes that we can do better!

Lorraine Mentz has been involved with Springboard Trust since 2003 and is driven by the belief that educational leadership can be supported, and indeed strengthened, through highly effective cross-sector partnerships. Her focus is on building well-aligned partnerships that will play a significant role in improving the lives of students and strengthening schools and their communities.  She is a master of relationships and strategy.

John Tamihere – Struggling with adversity? Well John has faced this in spades and continues to campaign for better services and outcomes for his whanau in West Auckland (and beyond). He became CEO of Waipareira Trust in 1991 and in 1999 entered Parliament where he was Chairman of the Maori Select Affairs Committee and also a member of the high powered Finance and Expenditure Select Committee. In 2002 he was appointed Minister of Small Business, Minister of Youth Affairs, Minister of Statistics and Minister for Land Information as well as Associate Minister of Maori Affairs. After Parliament, JT returned to lead Te Whanau O Waipareira Trust out of major financial ruin which he accomplished through prudent management, ensuring its future.

Aly McNicoll, Director, LEAD Centre for Not for Profit Leadership has been involved with not-for-profit leadership and management in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific for the last 18 years. She believes that we take on impossible tasks in the sector, and if anyone needs effective organisations and getting people to work to their potential it’s the not for profit organisation. Her work with leaders, Boards and entire organisations is to ensure that they make the most of the greatest resource they have – their own people. 

And so many more.
 
This will be a challenging and exciting Conference where you will meet other leaders, be encouraged and have your inspiration banks refuelled. It will also be fun!
 
So don’t delay, book your place and take advantage of the early-bird rates.
Visit the website for the full programme 
Earlybird Special - Book Now
Registration for two full days, including networking session
$300.00 + GST

Second and subsequent delegates from the same organisation discounted price
$270.00 + GST

One day only option
$250.00 + GST

We are pleased to receive the continuing support from the following partners to bring you this conference:
LEAD
Vega
Strategic Grants
Frontstream
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