NFP & Community Group Success Principles
About this Event
If you’re part of an established community group wanting to learn more, or someone just starting out, this workshop is for you. At the NFP & Community Group Success Principles workshop you’ll discover what your responsibilities are, where organisations like yours often come undone (and what you can do about it), and gain ideas that can help you to continue in a forward direction with a great team of committee members, supporters, and volunteers backing you up.
PLEASE NOTE: This workshop will be held as an IN-PERSON event unless regulation changes require us to deliver it as a webinar event.
What you’ll learn at this workshop:
• What is a not for profit (NFP) organisation?
• The importance of knowing your why and purpose
• Your value proposition
• Tips for getting started, structures, and where to get help
• What are your risks and obligations?
• Your legislative requirements and duties
• Accounting and bookkeeping for community groups and NFP organisations
• Understanding governance and how an advisory board can help
• Your eligibility to become a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR)
This workshop is also a great opportunity to meet other local community leaders to share ideas and make new contacts.
Book today. Seats are limited.
Who is this workshop for?
Managers, organisers and members of established local community groups or not for profit organisations, or anyone starting out or thinking about setting one up.
About the presenters:
Bruce Manefield is a business and leadership coach and trainer for Rapport Leadership. Having worked for both corporate and fast growth SME companies, Bruce brings a wealth of experience to assist organisations wanting to transition through change. His passion in life is educating people and organisations to improve capability and performance.
With a diverse career, Bruce started his working life as a business analyst and has held senior management roles including General Manager of the Value Group, CEO of Redicar, Executive Officer of Childcare NSW, Board Chair of KU Childrens Services and most recently, Board Chair of Gunawirra.
Bruce understands SME businesses and the unique challenges they face having previously been a business owner himself. His collaborative leadership style and interpersonal skills gives him the ability to build rapport and trust allows him to engage employees at all levels within a business.
Bruce holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematical Statistics and is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Jeremy Carter is the CEO of Rapport Leadership International in Australia. Jeremy started his career as a computer engineer and worked his way up to being the Oceania Managing Director of international technology company, National Instruments. In the subsequent two years, he increased revenue by 62% without increasing headcount.
Since leaving the corporate world, he has worked for fourteen years as a leading business and executive coach, winning numerous awards and recognition for both himself and his clients, including finalist for Outstanding Business Leader at the 2019 Western Sydney Awards for Business Excellence.
Kittu Randhawa is the CEO of Community Resource Network (CRN), a sub-regional peak body for the community sector in Blacktown, The Hills & surrounding LGA’s that exists to build the capacity of local organisations that provide services to directly alleviate poverty and distress suffered by economically and socially disadvantaged communities. They focus on resourcing, supporting and building the capacity of service providers to work together and collaborate on issues affecting disadvantaged communities in the Western Sydney area.