Friday 10th November 2017
9.00am – Day 2 WELCOME: Aha Moments
We can’t be everywhere at once, so this is your opportunity to hear ‘aha’ moments from the workshops you never got to attend, and share your ‘aha’ moments with people who missed out on yours. It’s like a highlight reel of all the best bits so far!
9.10am – PLENARY SESSION:
Innovative Marketing on a Shoestring Budget – Kerri Tilby-Price, Exult
Whether you’re looking for volunteers, donors or supporters, people need to know you exist in order to give you support. What do you need to consider when getting people’s attention? How do you cut through the clutter and move people closer to your cause? Get some great ideas for raising the profile of your organisation when you’re light on time and money. Be prepared to think outside the square.
10.30am – Morning Tea
11.00am – CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS:
Getting Started with Social Enterprise – Simon Cayley, Bishop’s Action Foundation
Simon is the CEO of Bishops’Action Foundation, an organisation that works to support communities and organisations to address unmet needs. He has extensive experience right across the community sector and currently holds several governance positions including directorship with Catalyst Housing Ltd – a charitable company developing affordable housing opportunities for Taranaki. Simon will be running a practical workshop on ‘Getting Started with Social Enterprise’ – everything you wanted to know but were too afraid to ask!
Initiating Change (so that people come along for the ride) – Megan Thorn, Exult
Megan is the Waikato/Auckland Manager for Exult and has a special interest in the fields of creativity, innovation, collaborative teamwork and leadership. She is particularly skilled at facilitating problem solving or planning discussions, and knows how to cut through the ‘yeah buts’ that often stop an organisation from moving forward. In this session she will share with you some practical tools and strategies for having ‘Change Conversations’ that encourage everyone to come along for the ride.
Developing Donor Relationships for Regular Giving – Clive Pedley, Giving Architects
Clive is a director and CEO for Giving Architects, a company providing creative solutions for social profit clients wanting to raise significant revenue. He has been advising, coaching and training on growing giving in New Zealand and Australia since 2000 and is consistently rated highly as a thought leader and an informed, enthusiastic and practical presenter. In this session Clive will be looking at donor relationships and how you can turn one-time donors into regular givers.
12.30pm – Lunch
1.15pm – LESSONS IN COLLABORATION: Jodi Conway – www.southalive.org.nz
Jodi is a trustee for South Alive, an urban regeneration project that is led by the community of South Invercargill. Since its inception in 2012, the community has initiated a range of projects in the areas of waste, housing, social enterprise, parks, community gardens and the arts. Jodi will share what has made this project so successful and what lessons have been learned along the way. Gather some great ideas to take back to your own organisation and community.
2.10pm – KEYNOTE PRESENTATION: Leaving a Legacy – Cat Levine www.catlevine.com
Cat is one legendary woman. On one hand she works with corporates to improve communication, teamwork and productivity – and on the other she works with some of the worlds most vulnerable women and children. Cat will be sharing stories of her work with Destiny Rescue – an organisation that assists in the rescue and rehabilitation of children sold into slavery. Be inspired by her personal legacy and get some key takeaways for ensuring you leave a lasting legacy of your own.
3.00pm – Final Reflections, Wrap Up and Lucky Draws
3.15pm – Conference Closes
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