AuSAE  Australian Events

    • 15 Nov 2019
    • 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Mills Oakley, Level 6, 530 Collins Street, Melbourne
    • 14
    Register

    Executive Briefing (Melbourne): Governance and Directors' Duties

    Further Information

    AuSAE Executive Briefing events provide an exclusive environment for motivated association executives to gain insights and advice from other industry professionals. Executive Briefing events enables members to raise and discuss critical issues affecting industry and network with other professionals from the not-for-profit sector.


    The Topic

    Governance and Directors’ Duties

    • The concept of corporate governance.
    • The strategic vs. operational role of the board to enhance corporate governance.
    • Overview of the current framework of corporate governance and the duties of directors and other officers.
    o       Who is subject to duties?
    o       To whom are duties owed?
    o      What are those duties?
    • The role of ASIC, the ACNC and state regulators in enforcing directors’ duties.

    About the Presenter


    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.


    • 21 Nov 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Mills Oakley, Level 7, 151 Clarence Street, Sydney
    • 10
    Register

    Executive Briefing (Sydney): Governance and Directors' Duties

    Further Information

    AuSAE Executive Briefing events provide an exclusive environment for motivated association executives to gain insights and advice from other industry professionals. Executive Briefing events enables members to raise and discuss critical issues affecting industry and network with other professionals from the not-for-profit sector.


    The Topic

    Governance and Directors’ Duties

    • The concept of corporate governance.
    • The strategic vs. operational role of the board to enhance corporate governance.
    •  Overview of the current framework of corporate governance and the duties of directors and other officers.
    o       Who is subject to duties?
    o       To whom are duties owed?
    o      What are those duties?
    • The role of ASIC, the ACNC and state regulators in enforcing directors’ duties.

    About the Presenter


    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 Nov 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf VIC 3006
    Register

    Exchanging Member Experience 

    The consumer landscape has fundamentally shifted. Technology has and will continue to change the way we live, work and play Members demand of their associations the same level of customer experience as they do from the other service providers in their life. They want services that are delivered on demand, flexible, frictionless and personal. 

    In this rapidly evolving world of customer experience, how do membership organisations evolve and adapt to integrate the concept of Member Experience (MX) into our current structures?  What fundamentals do we have right? What needs to change?

    Join us and hear from leading industry experts and sector trial blazers as we explore learnings from those who have commenced this journey, how using new technology can enhance membership outcomes and how using CX strategy can help us understand what members really want from their association.

    For more MX Event program and details click here.


    • 26 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre, Level 2, River View Room, 21 Mounts Bay Road, Perth
    • 31
    Register

    Executive Briefing with Lunch (Perth): This is the Greatest Show - The Future of Events.

    Further Information

    AuSAE Executive Briefing events provide an exclusive environment for motivated association executives to gain insights and advice from other industry professionals. Executive Briefing events enables members to raise and discuss critical issues affecting industry and network with other professionals from the not-for-profit sector.


    The Topic

    As attendees become more globally aware, their expectation for hyper-personalised, engaging events rises. How does this occur? And what does this mean for Associations and their involvement in events? An extension to the popular ACE 2019 session, we invite you to join Sarah Markey-Hamm from ICMS and a local panel, who will discuss insights, tips and tricks to ensure your Association is at the forefront when delivering events to members, recommending suppliers and products, and how to use your data to ensure attendee engagement and longevity.


    Moderator: 
    Becky Riley, Director Business Development – Associations, Perth Convention Bureau

    Panel members:
    Sarah Markey-Hamm, CEO, ICMS
    Tracy Baker, Director of Sales – Associations & Not-for-Profit Sectors, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre
    Geoff Coombs, Executive Officer, Australian Society for Antimicrobials

    This event is brought to you by AuSAE Partner ICMS 

    AuSAE would also like to thank our Venue Partner, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre for hosting this event .



    • 03 Dec 2019
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Doltone House Hyde Park, 3/181 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
    Register

    Women in Association Leadership #WIAL - Sydney


    AuSAE are proud to bring back Women in Association Leadership #WIAL for 2019. The networking series provides a platform to showcase and celebrate women in leadership who have led the way.


    With no other event like this for our association leaders in the marketplace, we are delighted to bring like-minded leaders together to build support networks and develop professional and personal skills.


    The theme for the 2019 Event series is Diversity beyond Gender - Building Inclusive Organisations.  


    AuSAE welcomes International Keynote Speaker Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith, Founder and CEO of the Inclusion Foundation.


    Elizabeth is on a personal mission to create a world where everyone is included and valued for their differences. 


    Building an inclusive organisation isn't just beneficial; it's a major factor of success in the modern business landscape. Organisations that seek, celebrate, and embrace diversity will have several very real advantages over their competitors. In order to benefit from the advantages of diversity, your organisation needs to embrace truly inclusive practices and behaviours as part of business-as-usual operations.


    Through sharing her personal story Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith will present a keynote that will;

    • Throw away the labels
    • Highlight exclusion in ways you may not have considered before
    • Uncover practical principles for inclusion within an organisation
    • Identify real actions to create inclusion


    Keynote Speaker

    Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith, Founder and CEO, Inclusion Foundation

    After indirectly experiencing the exclusion and discrimination of her husband, who is profoundly Deaf, Elizabeth committed her career to inclusion. In fact you may even recall her viral wedding video, which has amassed over 400-million views, of her using sign language to sing the song ‘1000 years’ to her husband before walking down the aisle in 2018. 


    As founder and CEO of The Inclusive Organisation Group of companies she combines her 20+ years of expertise in organisational transformation for Asia Pacific’s most notable organisations, a PhD in organisational culture and behaviour, and passion for inclusion. She has set the global benchmark for business-as-usual inclusion. Her innovative, yet pragmatic, approach is creating a global movement of change through the organisations, governments, and institutions we all interact with on a daily basis. This was even recognised at The Stevie Awards in New York City in 2018.

    Grab your colleagues, best friend or boss (male and female) and come along to #WIAL and see what we can achieve when we all come together.

    The Women in Association Leadership Event in Sydney is proudly brought to you by Tourism New Zealand.


    • 04 Dec 2019
    • 7:15 AM - 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Merivale St & Glenelg St, South Brisbane, QLD 4101
    Register

    Women in Association Leadership #WIAL - Brisbane

    AuSAE are proud to bring back Women in Association Leadership #WIAL for 2019! The networking series provides a platform to showcase and celebrate women in leadership who have led the way.

    With no other event like this for our association leaders in the marketplace, we are delighted to bring like-minded women and men together to build support networks and develop professional and personal skills.

    The theme for the 2019 Event series is Diversity beyond Gender - Building Inclusive Organisations.  

    AuSAE welcomes International Keynote Speaker Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith, Founder and CEO of the Inclusion Foundation.

    Elizabeth is on a personal mission to create a world where everyone is included and valued for their differences. 

    Building an inclusive organisation isn't just beneficial; it's a major factor of success in the modern business landscape. Organisations that seek, celebrate, and embrace diversity will have several very real advantages over their competitors. In order to benefit from the advantages of diversity, your organisation needs to embrace truly inclusive practices and behaviours as part of business-as-usual operations.

    Through sharing her personal story Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith will present a keynote that will;

    • Throw away the labels
    • Highlight exclusion in ways you may not have considered before
    • Uncover practical principles for inclusion within an organisation
    • Identify real actions to create inclusion

    Keynote Speaker

    Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith, Founder and CEO, Inclusion Foundation


    After indirectly experiencing the exclusion and discrimination of her husband, who is profoundly Deaf, Elizabeth committed her career to inclusion. In fact you may even recall her viral wedding video, which has amassed over 400-million views, of her using sign language to sing the song ‘1000 years’ to her husband before walking down the aisle in 2018. 

    As founder and CEO of The Inclusive Organisation Group of companies she combines her 20+ years of expertise in organisational transformation for Asia Pacific’s most notable organisations, a PhD in organisational culture and behaviour, and passion for inclusion. She has set the global benchmark for business-as-usual inclusion. Her innovative, yet pragmatic, approach is creating a global movement of change through the organisations, governments, and institutions we all interact with on a daily basis. This was even recognised at The Stevie Awards in New York City in 2018.

    Grab your colleagues, best friend or boss (male and female) and come along to #WIAL and see what we can achieve when we all come together.

    This event is proudly supported by the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre


    • 10 Dec 2019
    • 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Pavilion Room, Level 2, Royal Automobile Club of Victoria, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne
    Register

    Women in Association Leadership #WIAL - Melbourne

    AuSAE are proud to bring back Women in Association Leadership #WIAL for 2019! The networking series provides a platform to showcase and celebrate women in leadership who have led the way.

    With no other event like this for our association leaders in the marketplace, we are delighted to bring like-minded women and men together to build support networks and develop professional and personal skills.

    The theme for the 2019 Event Series is Diversity beyond Gender - Building Inclusive Organisations.  

    AuSAE welcomes International Keynote Speaker Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith, Founder and CEO of the Inclusion Foundation.

    Elizabeth is on a personal mission to create a world where everyone is included and valued for their differences. 

    Building an inclusive organisation isn't just beneficial; it's a major factor of success in the modern business landscape. Organisations that seek, celebrate, and embrace diversity will have several very real advantages over their competitors. In order to benefit from the advantages of diversity, your organisation needs to embrace truly inclusive practices and behaviours as part of business-as-usual operations.

    Through sharing her personal story Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith will present a keynote that will;

    • Throw away the labels
    • Highlight exclusion in ways you may not have considered before
    • Uncover practical principles for inclusion within an organisation
    • Identify real actions to create inclusion

    Keynote Speaker

    Dr Elizabeth Shoesmith, Founder and CEO, Inclusion Foundation


    After indirectly experiencing the exclusion and discrimination of her husband, who is profoundly Deaf, Elizabeth committed her career to inclusion. In fact you may even recall her viral wedding video, which has amassed over 400-million views, of her using sign language to sing the song ‘1000 years’ to her husband before walking down the aisle in 2018. 

    As founder and CEO of The Inclusive Organisation Group of companies she combines her 20+ years of expertise in organisational transformation for Asia Pacific’s most notable organisations, a PhD in organisational culture and behaviour, and passion for inclusion. She has set the global benchmark for business-as-usual inclusion. Her innovative, yet pragmatic, approach is creating a global movement of change through the organisations, governments, and institutions we all interact with on a daily basis. This was even recognised at The Stevie Awards in New York City in 2018.

    Grab your colleagues, best friend or boss (male and female) and come along to #WIAL and see what we can achieve when we all come together.

    This Melbourne event venue is brought to you by our partner, RACV Conferences and Events.

     

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

    The 2020 AuSAE Annual Conference & Exhibition (ACE) will take place at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park from 31 March - 2 April 2020.

    Built around the theme of "Building Community, Creating Impact" ACE2020 is shaping to be the premier event for all professionals working in associations.

    We are busy working in the background to curate a program that includes thought leadership, case studies of best practice and peer to peer interaction and learning. 

    There will be also be plenty of time for making connections with old friends and new at our social events.

    Early bird prices will run to 20 December 2019.  We also have secured fantastic accommodation rates with Pullman for the event which will sell out!

    Register now to secure your 2019 prices!

    For our community of suppliers of association goods and services,  if you would like to exhibit or attend ACE2020,  please email abby@ausae.org.au

    ACE 2020 Venue Sponsor



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