FUTURE LEADERS Conference WELLINGTON 14 & 15 March

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The next generation of association leaders is already active and making a difference in the association community. AuSAE’s Future Leaders conference aims to give them/you the boost they need to realise their full potential.

The Future Leaders Conference creates a learning experience where attendees will participate in activities with the goal of:

  • Maintaining and prioritising personal balance
  • Leading and managing change
  • Enhancing skills and developing strengths in association management 
  • Learning what influences leadership
  • Connecting with peers and association professional leaders 

This conference connects emerging professionals by offering events focused on association leadership. With discussions topics to enhance their skills and increase their involvement within the association, community and the industry.

Registration Costs 
Thanks to our major sponsor the Rotorua Energy Event Centre we are able to bring you reduced conference registration rates. 

AuSAE member  $390.00 including GST
Non member $490.00 including GST


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Program - click here to download PDF - this includes a letter to justify your attendance 

THURSDAY 14 MARCH - DAY ONE

09:30

Welcome, networking and refreshments

10:00


How to Present Like an Award-Winning Actor: Increase Your Presence & Influence
Greg Ward - MC & Actor will Impart technical skill and give you an increased level of confidence in presenting, along with an understanding of how to also use these techniques offstage for effect. How to use a renewed sense of how those around you are perceived and the understandings of how you and others influence this.
 

 


A More Productive You
Debbie Mayo-Smith, Motivational Speaker and Trainer - DebbieSpeaks, will show you how easy it is to get much more done in less time. How? By showing you some of the secret diamonds in your software; just waiting to be discovered to help you be much more effective. 
 

 12:00

Networking and lunch

 12:45

Negotiating change in Associations
Deborah Hart, Executive Director - Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand Inc, will explore how to effectively negotiate change, who you have to take along for the ride, the pit-falls to watch out for and how to remedy them. There will be “take-homes” that you can apply to your own organisation. 
 

 


Looking at the NFP balance sheet and other financial’s
Stephen Nicholas, Partner - Deloitte Private, says that you could spend your life between meetings, strategy and membership development and steering an association, chances are you’re a busy CEO. Understanding the financial issues facing your organisation is vital.
 

 


Team Leadership Exercise
Leadership is about vision and bringing forward knowledge gained by past mistakes.

 03:15

Networking and afternoon tea

 03:30

Steps you can take/tips you can use to enhance your career in our sector
Michele Walls, Director – People&co
 

 


Making the Transition from Technical to Management
Julie Hood, Advisor and Mentoring Coach, talks about how many people aspire to get promoted and move into leadership positions. But with this exciting transition comes a natural challenge: One of the biggest tests new managers face is knowing how to go from being a peer to managing their peers.
 

 05:15
 

Close of the day
 

 06:00


Cocktails and Dinner at the Academy Galleries in Wellington


FRIDAY 15 MARCH - DAY TWO

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09:00

Good morning CEO panel - Is There Any Success-Formula as a NFP Leader
Our Good Morning CEO Panel session is an aspect of the conference where our pool of professional panelist who are eager to provide ANSWERS - Is There Any Success-Formula
Iain Fraser, Director at Large - Project Management Institute 
Lyn McMorran, Executive Director - Financial Services Federation 
Nick Hill, Chief Executive - Building Officials Institute of New Zealand

 

10:00

Networking and refreshments

10:15


How to Elevate your Capabilities in Your Career through a Mentor
Ashley Church, Chief Executive Officer - The Property Institute, inspires people to action and loyalty by leading from the front and as has a strong track record of formulating and implementing effective strategies to bring about rapid and sustainable change within organisations. 
 

 


The 3P’s to Success for Boosting Organisational Value
Iain Fraser, Director - Jacobite Ltd, discusses that every organisation must thrive in a culture that embraces its purpose, people, and performance (the ‘3 Ps to Success’), so that aligned activity and empowered people gain the confidence to operate quicker and with more confidence in capturing sustainable success... 

 


Personal Vision: Becoming an Indispensable Leader
Speaker to be confirmed 

 01:00

Lunch and Finish


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Speakers


Greg Ward,  MC & Actor - Greg Ward MC
Greg Ward is a master facilitator, a highly-experienced conference and awards MC and a diligent and incisive interviewer. Greg is an expert crowd-reader, and a life-long student of human group dynamics.

 


Debbie Mayo-Smith, Motivational Speaker and Trainer- DebbieSpeaks
Debbie Mayo-Smith is one of the most in-demand speakers in Australia and New Zealand and sits in the top 7% of speakers worldwide. A media columnist as well as best-selling author of sixteen books, Debbie has sharpened the activity of over 1 million individuals around the world through her presentations, quick tip newsletters, articles, books and videos. You’ll find Debbie is a master in communicating the little tweaks you can make in your communication and use of technology for maximum gain.

 


Deborah Hart, Executive Director - Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand Inc
Deborah Hart Deborah Hart is the Executive Director of the Arbitrators’ and Mediators’ Institute of New Zealand and a panel member on the Human Rights Review Tribunal. A former lawyer, she has managed her own business, served on the government’s Small Business Advisory Group and is currently on the Expert Reference Group advising the government on family justice reform. Deborah is a member of the Institute of Directors, an adviser to the Wellington Jewish Community Centre and a frequent speaker and MC at conferences and events.

 


Stephen Nicholas, Partner - Deloitte Private
Stephen Nicholas enjoys helping clients realise their vision for their association. he has run his own small business, so has the intimate understanding of what people need to do to achieve the optimum from their business. He also leads the Deloitte Fast 50 programme which is the national index of NZ’s fastest growing companies.


 


Julie Hood, Advisor and Mentoring Coach
Julie Hood has a broad set of skills gained from roles in health and the professional association sector, with strengths in leadership, planning, strategy and delivery. Having a deep respect for people who take risks to create and sustain organisations that deliver opportunities for those who don’t wish to.
Julie is the ex -Chief Executive of the New Zealand Veterinary Association and Senior project manager of Victoria University


 


Ashley Church, Chief Executive Officer - The Property Institute
Ashley Church is the Chief Executive Officer of the property Institute of New Zealand, has a past director of Hawke’s Bay airport, Marine land of New Zealand and the National aquarium of New Zealand. Previous to the property Institute Ashley was the chief executive officer of the Auckland property investors Association.

 


Iain Fraser, Director - Jacobite Ltd
Iain Fraser is known throughout the world for using his head, heart, and gut to deliver inspiring and thought-leading presentations. Iain Fraser truly is somebody who understands the need for organizational change towards entities that are focused on exploring and delivering value.
Author of the best-selling business book ‘The Business of Portfolio Management – Boosting Organizational Value’ as well as other publications. He uses his 30+ year professional and leadership experiences to craft his speaking, training, mentoring, and professional director activities.


 


   
   

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Accommodation / Venue
Copthorne Hotel Wellington Oriental Bay, Wellington
100 Oriental Parade, Oriental Bay, Wellington 6011

Located on Wellington's premier Oriental Parade, overlooking the stunning Wellington Harbour, Copthorne Hotel Wellington Oriental Bay is the perfect base to explore the city. Merely 10 minutes away, are the city's shopping, commercial, and entertainment centre. The Te Papa Museum, Live Theatre in Courtney Place, and many of the city's finest restaurants and bars are also close to our Oriental Parade hotel.

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