AuSAE  Australian Events

    • 27 May 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Webinars – Strengthening Associations
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    As we slowly start to transition into a new phase of business during COVID-19, NFPs and charities are now looking for ways to continue business with restrictions in place for the foreseeable future.

    Boards must now begin to reassess how their NFP or charity is performing during COVID-19, and their new long term goals and concerns. Boards must reconsider their stakeholders and their capacity to support the organisation, the future of government grants, as well as whether their operations continue to satisfy their NFP or charitable purpose. Finally, NFPs and charities should continue to proceed with caution when considering becoming party to any contracts during and post COVID-19.

    This presentation will:

    • Provide an update on government incentives and legislative changes for NFPs and charities; 
    • Provide guidance on how boards and senior management should strategise during the coming months for the long term benefit of the organisation; and
    • Discuss what NFPs and charities should be considering when negotiating any contracts during and post COVID-19.

    Meet the Speaker

    Vera Visevic, Partner, Mills Oakley 

    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.

    • 04 Jun 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Webinars – Supporting Association Leaders
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    With face to face communication gone for the time being, how can your Association create impactful and memorable engagement opportunities to connect with your members and stake-holders online.

    Whether connecting via social media, webinars, podcasts, through video content or on platforms like Zoom – how can you ensure your communications will cut through and be noticed by your target audience.

    Developing your Association’s (and your own) online presence will be a vital tool for the near future - but will certainly continue to be a useful skill when the current crisis is over and we return to business as (un) usual.

    Areas covered include: 

    • Simplifying your key messages
    • Using social media posts creatively so they stand out
    • How to inject your own personality into your online presentation
    • Why videos work and why you should be using them more
    • How do online webinar presentations differ from live (in person) presentations and what elements remain the same?
    • Presenting From Home – ensuring your surroundings look and sound professional and as perfect as possible.
    • Creative learnings from late night TV shows which have transitioned to online


    Meet the Speaker: Andrew Klein 

    Andrew Klein is a Conference MC, Trainer and Speaker – specialising in Presentation Skills, Pitching Skills and Corporate Communications – he writes prolifically on these topics and has presented widely within the Association sector, having MC’d and spoken at many AuSAE conferences and events.

    His association clients include CPA (Australia), RCSA (Recruitment, Consulting & Staffing Assoc), FCA (Franchise Council of Australia), LASA (Leading Aged Services Australia), NIBA (National Insurance Brokers Assoc) and the SMSF Association, to name a few.  

    Andrew’s hobbies currently include walking the dog, searching for fun Zoom backgrounds, staying fit at home, watching ‘Tiger King’ on Netflix, taking out the garbage and trying to survive isolation in a house with 3 teenagers.

    • 29 Nov 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • 01 Dec 2020
    • (UTC+11:00)
    • Pullman Melbourne on the Park, 192 Wellington Parade, Melbourne

    Registration Information

    Advance Registration           *ending 31st  October 2020
    *limited number of 50 registrations available

    Member

    $770

    Non Member

    $990

    Industry Partner (suppliers to the sector who are current members of AuSAE)

    $2,200

    Registration
    *from 1st November 2020 – 

    Member

    $990

    Non Member

    $1290

    One Day Member

    $550

    One Day Non Member

    $700

    Industry Partner

    $2,200



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