2020 National NFP Sector Conference Programme

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Wednesday 26 February 2020 - Day One

8.30 am - Networking, coffee & registrations. Exhibition opens.

9.00 am - Mihi Whakatau – Welcome

9.15 am - Setting the Scene - TBC

9.30 am - Keynote: Speaking Up, Acting Decisively and Being Courageous – the challenge facing every NFP leader -Tim Costello, Ethical Voice, Australia

10.30am - Short presentation: Harnessing the power of community - Colin Bass, Director, Business Lab 

10.45 am - Networking break and morning tea

11.15 am - Choose one of the following interactive workshops:

  • Workshop 1 - Tim Costello, Ethical Voice Australia - Effective Advocacy in a Difficult Climate
  • Workshop 2 - Aly McNicoll, NZ Mentoring & Coaching Centre - The 8 factors that create highly engaged employees and high performing teams
  • Workshop 3 - Collin Bass, Business Lab, Harnessing the Power of Community in Action

12.30 pm - Networking lunch & exhibition

1.15 pm - Case Study: Doing things differently and better – moving forward in a world of challenge, change and churn, David Matthews, Chief Executive, CCS Disability Action.

2.00 pm - Choose one of the following interactive workshops:

  • Workshop 1 - Tim Costello, Ethical Voice Australia - Effective Advocacy in a Difficult Climate
    Workshop 2 - Aly McNicoll, NZ Mentoring & Coaching Centre - The 8 factors that create highly engaged employees and high performing teams
  • Workshop 3 - Collin Bass, Business Lab, Harnessing the Power of Community in Action

3.15 pm - Networking break and afternoon tea

3.45 pm - Keynote: You gotta have faith – Reinstating Christ Church Cathedral  - Annemarie Mora, Communications and Engagement Manager Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Project

4.30 pm - Connect with other like-minded leaders overlooking the Auckland skyline whilst enjoying a drink and a nibble

6.00 pm - End of Day One.

Thursday 27 February 2020 - Day Two

8.30 am - Networking, coffee & registrations. Exhibition opens

9.00 am - Keynote: Key steps to dramatically improve outcomes for Maori (and the rest of us) within our communities - Matthew Tutaki, Executive Director, Member of the National Executive, Chair of Auckland District, Te Kaunihera Māori o Aoteaora – New Zealand Māori Council

9.45 am - Choose one of the following interactive workshops

  • Workshop 1 - Kieran Bird - Unshakeable Self-Confidence
  • Workshop 2 - Robin Cabral - Calculating and understanding your key fundraising metrics
  • Workshop 3 - Hazel Jennings, Dale Jennings Associates - Baby Steps to Big Impact, Using Real Life Examples to Build New Capabilities

11.00 am - Networking break and morning tea

11.30 am - Choose one of the following interactive workshops:

  • Workshop 1 - Kieran Bird - Unshakable Self-Confidence
  • Workshop 2 - Robin Cabral - How to calculate your key fundraising metrics
  • Workshop 3 - Christine Whelan - Managing Pay in an Era of Constraint

12.45 pm - Networking lunch & exhibition

1.30 pm - Case study: System Collaboration - Hapori Whānui with a brief on Thriving Otara - Our Community Our Responsibility - the challenge of doing it together, Mark Simiona, CEO, CAST Consulting

2.15 pm - Keynote: Doing it Differently - Creating a Better Later Life, Geoff Pearman, Managing Director Partners in Change. Increasing life expectancy is changing everything about life and work. We are generally living longer and healthier lives than we did fifty years ago. 

3.00 pm - Closing remarks 

Karakia

3.15 pm - End of Conference

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