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  • 22 Jun 2018 9:06 AM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    2018 celebrates our 20th anniversary of the Enterprise Care Not for Profit Remuneration Survey and Report.

    We are very proud that for 20 years we have been able to provide you with this valued Report, the major source of salary and benefits data for the Not for Profit Sector.

    The Report ensures that your organisation's salaries and remuneration packages are competitive. Its use extends to the benchmarking of salaries and conducting of annual performance and remuneration reviews.

    The Survey is open from now until Wednesday 01 August 2018.

    Enterprise Care fully respects and upholds your rights to privacy protection. Throughout the Report only aggregated responses are used and no identifiable information is disclosed. Your trust is of utmost importance to us.

    ALL CEOs, Board members, managers, and staff of NFPs are encouraged to contribute. This benefits the NFP sector.

    ALL respondents go into a *PRIZE* draw: First name drawn - Enterprise Care will donate $500 to the charity of your choice. Next three (3) names will each receive a movie voucher valued at $50.

    ALL respondents can purchase the Report at a substantial discount of $99 (RRP $286).

    If you have multiple people with the same Function and Level please contact Enterprise Care who will assist you with including this information in the Survey.

    All questions about the Survey please telephone Enterprise Care on (03) 8862 6315.

    We look forward to your contribution and to helping you with your salary strategies.

    Thank you in advance.

    DAMIEN J SMITH

    Managing Director

    Click here to begin the survey. 

  • 21 Jun 2018 1:03 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Round 2

    AuSAE Networking Lunches offer a great chance to get out of the office and meet new connections in the sector. Each lunch also features an insightful presentation on various topics of importance. Attending a lunch is a great chance to see what AuSAE really offers which is a place like-minded professionals can gather and share workplace challenges and achievements over a delicious two-course luncheon at a great venue. Check out the upcoming lunches below. We would love to see you there!

    Topic: The Challenge of Modern Governance

    Our guest speaker is Simon Neaverson, Managing Partner TPPG & AICD Senior Facilitator. Simon is a leader in corporate governance, board engagement, strategy and risk management having advised boards, partnerships and senior managers in numerous Australian and international organisations, across a broad range of industries for more than 25 years. He is the founder of TPPG Pty Limited, a consultancy aligning strategy, risk oversight and good governance.

    Sydney | Lunch on Tuesday 7th August 12:00pm – 2:00pm

    Register Here. 

    Melbourne | Lunch on Thursday 9th August 12:00pm - 2:00pm

    Register Here. 

    Brisbane | Lunch on Thursday 16th August 12:00pm - 2:00pm

    Register Here. 

    Topic: Leadership Lessons

    Our guest speaker Marcus Stafford has held senior management positions in large and small organisations around the world. Industries have included banking, freight forwarding/logistics, management consulting and not-for-profit. Marcus is currently the CEO of MSWA in Western Australia, an organisation with over $55 million in revenue and 750 staff. He has also led the turnaround of the MS Society in South Australia and the Northern Territory.

    Perth| Breakfast on Tuesday 21st August 7:15am - 9:00am

    Register Here. 

    Adelaide | To be announced


  • 19 Jun 2018 1:07 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Modern Office located within corporate office complex located in North Melbourne.

    Work in a Dynamic Environment with like-minded Association Professionals.

    We have x2 workspaces available @$150 + GST each per week take 1 or both.

    Includes desk, chair, power , internet , meeting room access ( via booking process / subject to availability) postal address excludes onsite signage. No outgoings etc.. applicable

    Flexible terms on offer 6/ 12 months.

    Email all enquires to geraldine.dcosta@acnp.org.au

  • 05 Jun 2018 6:53 AM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    Find out how payday filing will impact your business

    Since 1 April 2018, employers have been able to file payroll information every payday rather than monthly. Payday filing is voluntary for employers until 1 April 2019, when it becomes compulsory. If you’re an employer, it’s important that you start thinking about how to adapt your business processes to incorporate this new requirement.

    Inland Revenue has two webinars on payday filing available to give you more information on how this will work.

    The first webinar, ‘Payday filing for employers – more detail, provides an in-depth overview
    Whilst the second, ‘Payday filing for employers – update, focuses more on change implications.
    These videos on demand so you can watch them any time


    And find out more about payday filing at www.ird.govt.nz/payday.

    It is important that Associations members i.e. employers, that have a payroll package,  make contact with their provider to see when the software will be delivered into the marketplace.

    Payday filing becomes mandatory in April 2019.


  • 05 Jun 2018 6:35 AM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    “Rydges New Zealand are giving back to all AuSAE members…literally! 

    You’ll receive a 5% rebate of accommodation costs to your association when you book any residential conference with us before December 31st 2019.

    • Not valid with any other offer
    • Subject to hotel availability
    • AuSAE Rebate’ must be quoted at the time of booking”

    Rydges is a dynamic family of hotels and resorts; we embrace the energy and spirit of each of our destinations and their unique locations. 

    We combine a modern and genuine approach to service and empower our people to make your stay relaxed and comfortable. Having Hotels in five destinations in New Zealand, we are here to help your association’s meeting and conference requirements. Contact us today

    Rydges Wellington - Lauren Pitt | Business Development Executive 

    Phone: +64 4 498 3767 | Email: lauren_pitt@evt.com

    Rydges Auckland - Angela Williamson | Director of Sales and Marketing
    Phone: +64 9 375 5918 | email: angela_williamson@evt.com

    Rydges Rotorua Nicola McCarrison | Conference Sales Manager
    Phone :  +64 7 349 5381  | Email: nicola_McCarrison@evt.com  

    Rydges Latimer ChristchurchCatherine Parker | Director of Sales & Marketing 
    Direct:  +64 3 943 5923 | Email: catherine_parker@evt.com  

     

  • 29 May 2018 7:36 AM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    We are pleased to advise that we have successfully completed our first “all of membership” elections.  We were overwhelmed by the number of applications and the depth of talent within the candidate pool.  This is a very pleasing testament to the current strength and energy surrounding AuSAE and our members.
    It is our pleasure to announce and congratulate the successful candidates as voted by members:
    Holly Morchat Stanko, General Manager, Association of Consultants & Engineers New Zealand  
    Damian Mitsch, CEO, Australian Dental Association
    Jane Schmitt, CEO, Australian Medical Association (Qld)
    Sturt Eastwood, CEO, Diabetes NSW/ACT

    These newly elected Directors will be joining the current Directors who are:
    Graham Catt, CEO, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (President)
    Lyn McMorran, Executive Director, Financial Services Federation New Zealand
    Richard Stokes, Executive Director, Australian Boarding Schools Association

    We sincerely thank all the candidates for putting their hand up and offering to contribute to the continued success of organisation.


  • 24 May 2018 5:25 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    Melbourne, VIC (May 24, 2018) — Advanced Solutions International (ASI), a leading global provider of software and services for associations and not-for-profits and the company behind the iMIS 20 Engagement Management System (EMS)™, released its fourth annual Global Benchmark Reports on Membership Performance and Fundraising Performance today.  Conducted in the latter part of 2017, the two reports explore the foremost challenges, goals and opportunities not-for-profits are currently facing to both attract new members/donors and to maintain their existing bases.  A total of 620 executives across the United States, Canada, Asia-Pacific and Europe/Middle East/India/Africa (EMEIA) participated in the survey — a 10% increase over 2017.

    The surveys consisted of 23 questions spanning five primary interest areas:  demographics, performance, technology, website/mobile, and goals.  ASI distributed the questionnaires via email to senior-level executives at organisations of all sizes and sectors around the world. 

    The fourth annual survey reports uncover the latest trends in operational performance, new member/donor acquisition strategies, engagement plans and measurement, technology investments, website updates, and overall operational performance improvement. 

    Membership Performance

    The 4th annual report shares findings on how membership organisations are attracting new members, keeping them engaged, and ensuring retention rates. It includes new questions on recurring memberships, data protection and PCI compliance as well as covering staff efficiency, revenue growth, and continuous performance improvement. For the first time, survey respondents reported they were most concerned about increasing member engagement.  Other findings include:

    •         70% reported overall retention rates of more than 75% — up from 65% in 2017
    •         52% reported at least 50% of all renewals and new member joins were processed online
    •         Confidence in future growth/sustainability is down from 2017
    •         60% believe their organisations are PCI compliant

    Fundraising Performance
    The 2018 report shares insights from hundreds of fundraising executives on the most effective marketing strategies they use to attract new donors and keep them coming back. The report includes new questions on recurring donations/regular giving, and data protection and PCI compliance and also addresses donor levels, goals and challenges, and continuous performance improvement.  This year, “increasing donor acquisition” moved to the top of the list of priorities. Additional findings include:

    •         50% reported an increase in overall engagement — up from 46% in 2017
    •         Just 49% saw increases — down from 54% in 2017
    •         68% report their organisations are PCI compliant
    •         Confidence in future growth/sustainability dipped from 2017 rates

    About ASI

    Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is a leading global provider of software and services to associations and not-for-profits. Founded in 1991, ASI focuses on helping clients increase operational and financial performance through the use of best practices, proven solutions, and ongoing client advisement. ASI is the provider of iMIS, a complete association and not-for-profit management software system that is cloud-based, mobile-ready, and PCI-validated. It includes options for membership, fundraising, events, product sales, certification, marketing, website management, and more.  Learn more at www.advsol.com.

  • 24 May 2018 5:11 PM | Andrea Brown (Administrator)

    We are now only days away from the ACE 18 and the excitement is building!  We are looking forward to seeing old friends and meeting new ones at what we believe will be our best conference yet!  There is still time to register however if you can’t make it,  please follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn following the hashtag #ACE18.

    I am pleased to advise that we have successfully completed our first “all of membership” elections.  We were overwhelmed by the number of applications and the depth of talent within the candidate pool.  This is a very pleasing testament to the current strength and energy surrounding AuSAE and our members.

    It is my pleasure to announce and congratulate the successful candidates as voted by members are:

    Damian Mitsch, CEO, Australian Dental Association
    Jane Schmitt, CEO, Australian Medical Association (Qld)
    Sturt Eastwood, CEO, Diabetes NSW/ACT
    Holly Morchat Stanko, General Manager, Association of Consultants and Engineers NZ 

    These newly elected Directors will be joining continuing Directors:

    Graham Catt, CEO, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia (President)
    Lyn McMorran, Executive Director, Financial Services Federation
    Richard Stokes, Executive Director, Australian Boarding Schools Association

    Please keep an eye out for the upcoming events,  starting with our workshops in June focusing on Digital Disruption and how you can implement low-cost digital marketing tools to maximise member engagement.

    Warm regards,

    Toni

  • 22 May 2018 7:27 AM | Brett Jeffery (Administrator)

    Kia ora

    It has been just 3 weeks since I returned from Wellington where I attended the recent Events Symposium, and what a fantastic event it was.

    Importantly,  it also reminded me of the value of taking the time to step out away from our everyday and immersing yourself amongst your peers to focus on your association rather than working in it.  The buzz in the room, the discussion in the breaks, the great content all led to a fantastic day of learning for all attendees – and that is the power of events.

    As we head into the AuSAE Conference and Exhibition (ACE) in Australia next week, we are welcoming over 300 Association leaders in Adelaide as a collective of talent an energy under one roof for 2 days to network, to debate and to grow, and the possibility of what will emerge has me excited! 

    Also,  this week has also seen the release of early registrations for the AuSAE Leadership, Insights and Networking (LINC) conference in Auckland on the 10 – 11 September and I encourage you all to put this in your diary and make a commitment to yourself to attend.

    “A desk is a dangerous place from which to view the world” – John le Carré.

    Until next month

    Toni Brearley, Chief Executive Officer


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