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    • 11 Dec 2019
    • 29 Feb 2020
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    Adelaide Convention Centre Future Leader Scholarship to ACE 2020

    10 scholarships available 

    Sponsored by the Adelaide Convention Centre

    Application deadline: 28 February 2020

    Our partners at the Adelaide Convention Centre are generously sponsoring the ACE Scholarship Program, created to promote the development of emerging leaders in the association sector.

    Association employees within Australia must submit their applications to AuSAE on or before the 28 February 2020 application deadline.

    Who is eligible?

    • Up to 10 Association professionals in Australia
    • Less than 3 years' experience in association management
    • Applicants will be evaluated based on their answers to the application questions

    What is included in the ACC Future Leader Scholarship?

    • Complimentary full registration to the 2020 AuSAE Conference and Exhibition (ACE in Melbourne | this includes:

    Welcome networking happy hour with the other recipients, Adelaide Convention Centre & AuSAE

    Hosted first night dinner with Adelaide Convention Centre and senior association executives

    Conference program (Wednesday/Thursday)

    ACE Networking drinks (Wednesday, April 1st)

    ACE Conference dinner (Wednesday, April 1st)

    • Networking event at the conference with Association Industry leaders and Scholarship donors
    • Recognition as a scholarship recipient ACC Future Leader Scholarship at the conference

    5 recipients will also receive:

    • Round-trip airfare (or travel expenses) to ACE 2020
    • Two (2) nights’ accommodation at the conference


    Thanks to our valued sponsor: Adelaide Convention Centre



    • 01 Jan 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • 31 Dec 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • Your offices (or GIA training rooms)
    Register

    Sending the experts to you

    AuSAE are excited to partner with Governance Institute of Australia to offer the AuSAE community the opportunity for In House Training. 

    What is on offer?

    • Board training and inductions.
    • Effective Director Course
    • Executive training.
    • Support team training.

    Want to create a shared understanding of governance and risk principles within your team to enhance capabilities, minimise risks, align decision-making and improve your organisation’s culture and performance?


    Governance Institute delivers tailored training onsite to meet the professional development needs of your organisation. They can combine their intellectual property on governance, risk and compliance with your organisation’s internal materials and documentation to ensure that the training is relevant and aligned to your workplace.

    What are the benefits?

    • Tailored — we match our highly acclaimed intellectual property with your organisation’s internal documentation to ensure our training is practical and aligned to your workplace.
    • Cost-effective  — we will work with you to plan an efficient ‘one-stop shop’ solution for all your governance and risk management needs.
    • Convenient — you choose the time, place and location. No travel or venue hire required.
    • Credible — leading industry practitioners develop and facilitate our courses. They understand the complexities of implementing good structures.
    • Flexible — choice of half-day, full-day or a series of courses. Our client focused team will support your governance journey.

    Governance Institute's suite of short courses and workshops are delivered at your premises or in one of their training rooms (room hire fees are incurred in this option). 


    By registering your interest for In House Training your details will be provided to Governance Institute and you will be added to their database. Both their Privacy Policy and Cancellation policy apply.

    • 19 Feb 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Mills Oakley, Level 7, 151 Clarence Street, Sydney
    • 11
    Register

    Further Information

    Around the world, commercial activities, mergers and social enterprise businesses are on the rise in the NFP sector. The opportunity to work with other organisations can lead to organisations achieving scalable impact, finding innovative ideas and maintaining financial sustainability.

    This seminar will cover:

    • Current trends in the NFP sector in relation to commercial activities, amalgamations, mergers, collaborations and social enterprises.
    • Any problems for commercial activities, amalgamations, mergers, collaborations and social enterprises in Australia.
    • Any relevant overseas developments.
    • An explanation of best legal structures for commercial activities, amalgamations, mergers, collaborations and social enterprises.


    About the Speaker

    Vera Visevic, Partner, Mills Oakley 

    Vera heads up the Sydney Not-For-Profit & Social Enterprise team at Mills Oakley Law Firm. Acting for numerous charities, religious and not-for-profit organisations, Vera has over 25 years experience in the legal profession. In her work, Vera is well recognised for her expertise in assisting clients with governance and fundraising issues, restructuring and mergers and regularly advises on constitutions and ACNC/ATO endorsements.

    Vera has written several academic works, including a chapter within ‘Charity Law’ (2012, 2016 and 2018) published by Thompson Reuters.

    Vera further edits the Clubs & Societies title in the Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, and reviewed the Community Care and Service regulatory compliance module for LexisNexis, covering such topics as the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and community housing.

    Vera sits on numerous charity boards, associations and committees including the ACNC Professional User Group, the Community and Consumer Consultative Group, Cemeteries and Crematoria NSW and The Eric Dare Foundation.


    • 25 Feb 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • Plaza Gallery, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Grey Street, South Brisbane, QLD 4101
    Register

    The Networking

    We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEO's and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.


    The Topic

    The leadership lens: Change the frame to change the game

    In a study of over 50,000 executives, the flaws most commonly tripping up leaders at risk of derailment were related to failures in establishing interpersonal relationships.


    The ability to read a room, decode underlying dynamics and navigate difficult personalities can make or break a career, a relationship or a business and ultimately impact success. In this session, Anneli will challenge what you think you know about the power of relationships to drive results and how to get the best out of people… even if you don’t like them! She’ll uncover the key distortions that affect our ability to cultivate brilliance in others and what to do about it. 


    • Why working with diverse, difficult or different people fast tracks results 
    • How we unconsciously determine the potential of those around us
    • How logic and intellect can get in the way of progress and potential
    • Why our skills and experience are part of the problem and what to do about it


    The Speaker

    Anneli Blundell

    Voted as one of YMag’s Top Ten Women to Watch in 2019, Anneli’s passion for decoding people and performance dynamics make her a sought after speaker, mentor and leadership expert. She makes the complex job of understanding why people do what they do (and how to get the best out of them), both accessible and entertaining.

    As a Professional People Whisperer, Anneli works with leaders to increase their influence, engagement and interpersonal impact for better business results. Anneli is the co-author of several books on shifting human behaviour with her latest book, ‘Developing Direct Reports: Taking the guesswork out of leading leaders,’ providing a reference guide for developing leadership performance on the job. 

    Anneli’s client list includes Mercedes-Benz, Ernst and Young, Telstra, Victoria Police, NAB, JB Hi-Fi, The Good Guys, and many more. She has been featured as an expert across multi media publications including Foxtel's Sky News-Business Success program, The Australian - Business Review, Herald Sun, Daily Telegraph, The Advertiser, The Courier Mail, HuffPost, 3AW, and Modern Business Magazine, to name a few.

    We'd like to thank our Venue Partner Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre for hosting our Networking Lunches.

    • 03 Mar 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Palais Room, Luna Park, 1 Olympic Drive, Milsons Point 2061
    Register

    The Networking

    We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEO's and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.


    The Topic

    The leadership lens: Change the frame to change the game

    In a study of over 50,000 executives, the flaws most commonly tripping up leaders at risk of derailment were related to failures in establishing interpersonal relationships.


    The ability to read a room, decode underlying dynamics and navigate difficult personalities can make or break a career, a relationship or a business and ultimately impact success. In this session, Anneli will challenge what you think you know about the power of relationships to drive results and how to get the best out of people… even if you don’t like them! She’ll uncover the key distortions that affect our ability to cultivate brilliance in others and what to do about it. 


    • Why working with diverse, difficult or different people fast tracks results 
    • How we unconsciously determine the potential of those around us
    • How logic and intellect can get in the way of progress and potential
    • Why our skills and experience are part of the problem and what to do about it


    The Speaker

    Anneli Blundell

    Voted as one of YMag’s Top Ten Women to Watch in 2019, Anneli’s passion for decoding people and performance dynamics make her a sought after speaker, mentor and leadership expert. She makes the complex job of understanding why people do what they do (and how to get the best out of them), both accessible and entertaining.

    As a Professional People Whisperer, Anneli works with leaders to increase their influence, engagement and interpersonal impact for better business results. Anneli is the co-author of several books on shifting human behaviour with her latest book, ‘Developing Direct Reports: Taking the guesswork out of leading leaders,’ providing a reference guide for developing leadership performance on the job. 

    Anneli’s client list includes Mercedes-Benz, Ernst and Young, Telstra, Victoria Police, NAB, JB Hi-Fi, The Good Guys, and many more. She has been featured as an expert across multi media publications including Foxtel's Sky News-Business Success program, The Australian - Business Review, Herald Sun, Daily Telegraph, The Advertiser, The Courier Mail, HuffPost, 3AW, and Modern Business Magazine, to name a few.

    We'd like to thank our Venue Partner Luna Park Sydney for hosting our Networking Lunches.

    • 04 Mar 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+10:30)
    • Gilbert Suite, Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide
    Register

    The Networking

    We invite you to take a couple of hours out of your day to connect with others in the industry to discuss high level topics of real importance, develop new relationships and gain critical information. This is a rare opportunity to network with other CEO's and senior management professionals from charities, associations and other non-profit organisations. Ample opportunity will be given for you to discuss issues and network with others.


    The Topic

    The leadership lens: Change the frame to change the game

    In a study of over 50,000 executives, the flaws most commonly tripping up leaders at risk of derailment were related to failures in establishing interpersonal relationships.


    The ability to read a room, decode underlying dynamics and navigate difficult personalities can make or break a career, a relationship or a business and ultimately impact success. In this session, Anneli will challenge what you think you know about the power of relationships to drive results and how to get the best out of people… even if you don’t like them! She’ll uncover the key distortions that affect our ability to cultivate brilliance in others and what to do about it. 


    • Why working with diverse, difficult or different people fast tracks results 
    • How we unconsciously determine the potential of those around us
    • How logic and intellect can get in the way of progress and potential
    • Why our skills and experience are part of the problem and what to do about it


    The Speaker

    Anneli Blundell

    Voted as one of YMag’s Top Ten Women to Watch in 2019, Anneli’s passion for decoding people and performance dynamics make her a sought after speaker, mentor and leadership expert. She makes the complex job of understanding why people do what they do (and how to get the best out of them), both accessible and entertaining.

    As a Professional People Whisperer, Anneli works with leaders to increase their influence, engagement and interpersonal impact for better business results. Anneli is the co-author of several books on shifting human behaviour with her latest book, ‘Developing Direct Reports: Taking the guesswork out of leading leaders,’ providing a reference guide for developing leadership performance on the job. 

    Anneli’s client list includes Mercedes-Benz, Ernst and Young, Telstra, Victoria Police, NAB, JB Hi-Fi, The Good Guys, and many more. She has been featured as an expert across multi media publications including Foxtel's Sky News-Business Success program, The Australian - Business Review, Herald Sun, Daily Telegraph, The Advertiser, The Courier Mail, HuffPost, 3AW, and Modern Business Magazine, to name a few.

    We'd like to thank our Venue Partner Adelaide Convention Centre for hosting our Networking Lunches.

    • 12 Mar 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Mills Oakley, Level 6, 530 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
    • 16
    Register

    Further Information

    Around the world, commercial activities, mergers and social enterprise businesses are on the rise in the NFP sector. The opportunity to work with other organisations can lead to organisations achieving scalable impact, finding innovative ideas and maintaining financial sustainability.

    This seminar will cover:

    • Current trends in the NFP sector in relation to commercial activities, amalgamations, mergers, collaborations and social enterprises.
    • Any problems for commercial activities, amalgamations, mergers, collaborations and social enterprises in Australia.
    • Any relevant overseas developments.
    • An explanation of best legal structures for commercial activities, amalgamations, mergers, collaborations and social enterprises.


    About the Speaker

    Vera Visevic, Partner, Mills Oakley 

    Vera heads up the Sydney Not-For-Profit & Social Enterprise team at Mills Oakley Law Firm. Acting for numerous charities, religious and not-for-profit organisations, Vera has over 25 years experience in the legal profession. In her work, Vera is well recognised for her expertise in assisting clients with governance and fundraising issues, restructuring and mergers and regularly advises on constitutions and ACNC/ATO endorsements.

    Vera has written several academic works, including a chapter within ‘Charity Law’ (2012, 2016 and 2018) published by Thompson Reuters.

    Vera further edits the Clubs & Societies title in the Australian Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents, and reviewed the Community Care and Service regulatory compliance module for LexisNexis, covering such topics as the National Disability Insurance Scheme, and community housing.

    Vera sits on numerous charity boards, associations and committees including the ACNC Professional User Group, the Community and Consumer Consultative Group, Cemeteries and Crematoria NSW and The Eric Dare Foundation.


    • 15 Mar 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • 02 Apr 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • Various locations in Australia in March 2020 or Complete Online Anytime
    Register

    AuSAE are excited to partner with Governance Institute of Australia to offer the AuSAE community the opportunity to complete the Certificate in Governance for Not-for-Profits at the discounted Subscriber rate. To be eligible for this rate you must register and pay for your desired course through AuSAE, i.e. through this event.


    Certificate in Governance for Not-for-Profits

    Has been designed to address the learning needs of a wide range of professionals with varying levels of governance responsibilities in the NFP sector. Designed and taught by experts in the intricate area of governance for NFPs, you’ll leave confident in your ability to support good governance practices in your NFP.

    Certificate structure

    The Certificates include a mix of compulsory and elective short courses. You can complete these courses online or face-to-face. They are open entry with no prior qualification required.


    If you complete a face-to-face Certificate, you have the option to do this via intensive mode (six short courses across three consecutive days). Please note: when registering for intensive mode, electives will be selected for you, these electives can be changed subject to availability.

    When doing a short course online, your 21-day access to the course recordings and subject materials starts on the day you pay for the short course.


    To graduate from a Certificate, you must complete and pass the online multiple choice exams for each of the six short courses required for your Certificate, within a 12-month period. 

    Study hours: 21 CPD: 21


    Compulsory Courses

    Recommended Electives

    (choose 1) 

     Governance Essentials Assessing Board Performance 
     Not-for-Profit Officers, Directors & the Board  Improving Organisational Performance
     Not-for-Profit Financial Management Legal Framework of Governance 
    Not-for-Profit Regulatory Compliance   See complete suite of short courses for more electives.

     Risk Management Essentials

     
       

    Further information about the course can be found here. Remember however, that to be eligible for the discounted Subscriber rate you must register through AuSAE's event webpage, not directly with the Governance Institute.

    By registering to any of these events your details will be provided to Governance Institute and you will be added to their database. Both their Privacy Policy and Cancellation policy apply.

    • 31 Mar 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • 02 Apr 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • Pullman Melbourne on the Park, 192 Wellington Parade, Melbourne

    Registration Information

    Advance Registration           *ending 29th Feb 2020
    *limited number of 50 registrations available

    Member

    $770

    Non Member

    $990

    Industry Partner (suppliers to the sector who are current members of AuSAE)

    $2,200

    Registration
    *from 1st March 2020 – 31st March

    Member

    $990

    Non Member

    $1290

    One Day Member

    $550

    One Day Non Member

    $700

    Industry Partner

    $2,200



    Register Here 

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    ACE 2020 Venue Sponsor

    • 19 May 2020
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+09:30)
    • CBD Location TBC
    • 18
    Register

    Further Information

    Increased engagement is a top goal all the studies tells us so. Has engagement become just a numbers game? How do you achieve engagement that is truly meaningful to your organisation? While studies are good, proven best practices are better.

    Join us for this Executive Briefing to explore the creation of and execution of an effective engagement strategy.

    Following this session, you will be able to focus on creating a member engagement strategy that will guide all engagement efforts helping to achieve key strategic goals. Case studies will be highlighted.

     

    About the Speaker

    Paul Ramsbottom, Managing Director, Advanced Solutions International

    Over the last 20+ years Paul has worked with more professional bodies, industry associations, charities and fundraisers than most people would gather in several lifetimes. He is passionate about helping Associations and Not-For-Profits reach their goals, through adopting new and innovative solutions to help them run more efficiently. He is Managing Director of ASI Asia-Pacific which has more than 600 Not-For-Profit clients in the region. Paul enjoys working everyday with great staff and great clients and is rewarded by seeing great things ASI clients using iMIS, Association Online and Donman systems do in and around the community and knowing that ASI is able to contribute to that.


    • 01 Jul 2020
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • 15 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • Various locations in Australia throughout 2020
    Register

    AuSAE are excited to partner with Governance Institute of Australia to offer the AuSAE community the opportunity to complete the Effective Director course at the discounted Subscriber rate. To be eligible for this rate you must register and pay for your desired course through AuSAE, i.e. through this event.



    Effective Director Course

    Exploring the role of the company director and the board’s vital contribution towards What issues and challenges are faced by a director on a board?organisational culture and sustainable governance, this course draws on theory, practice, and the collective knowledge of the participants to simulate the boardroom experience.

    • How can you best prepare for and understand directorship in the current landscape, with the lens firmly on director capability?  

    Is this course right for you?

    This course is for:

    • aspiring or newly appointed directors
    • executives seeking director transition pathways
    • directors wanting to refine their skills
    • those needing to better understand the role and responsibilities of a director.


    Learning objectives:

    Module 1: High Performing boards (Day 1)

    Module 2: Director dynamics (Day 2)

    Module 3: Practical skills - the boardroom experience (Day 3 am)

    Module 4: Acquiring a non-executive director role (Day 3 pm)


    Complete the whole course or register in standalone modules to build your portfolio of credentials. You can complete the individual modules over time, to suit your schedule.

    Modules 1, 2 and 4 of the course are available for standalone registration.  If this is something you wish to do, please contact info@ausae.org.au 

    Further information about the course can be found here. Remember however, that to be eligible for the discounted Subscriber rate you must register through AuSAE's event webpage, not directly with the Governance Institute.

    By registering to any of these events your details will be provided to Governance Institute and you will be added to their database. Both their Privacy Policy and Cancellation policy apply.

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