The world charitable organisations work in is changing fast and the new funding models are forcing increasing levels of change, innovation and different operating models. How they respond to these changes will determine their likely survival.
In this seminar we will explore the above question, discuss recent changes in New Zealand and their implications. We will then look at how charitable organisations can build a culture that enables them to respond and successfully implement the strategies and tactics to adapt to this new environment.
A must attend seminar for CEOs, managers and Board Members of not for profit organisations. Darren Ward, Managing Partner of the direct impact group and our presenter, has experience in the front line of leading and governing NGOs. In addition, through his international and domestic consulting work in the NGO sector , he brings a broad understanding of these issues, the context in which they are applied and how organisations can realistically take steps to adapt in a resource constrained and uncertain environment.
Darren will provide an overview of which cultural traits are ideal for an organisation to thrive in a changing environment as identified by organisations in the sector as part of a project the direct impact group worked on for the International Civil Society Centre – the umbrella body of the world’s most known charity / NGO brands. The findings are relevant and practical for charitable organisations of all sizes and in all areas of work.
Join us for an informative seminar and chance to network over morning tea.
Date: 9 November 2016
Time: 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location: BNZ Partners Centre, Lambton Boardroom
Ground Floor, Harbour Quays Building, 60 Waterloo Quay