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Not for profit professionals to unite for Leaders Symposium

For Immediate Release

30 September, 2014

Not for profit professionals to unite for Leaders Symposium

The complex world of not-for-profit leadership will be the key topic of discussion at the premier event for Australasian sector leaders in Rotorua next month.

Rotorua is set to welcome leaders working in associations, charities and other not-for-profits for the third annual Australasian Society of Association Executives (AuSAE) Leadership Symposium onOctober 29-30.

Under the 2014 theme ‘Game On: Leadership in Motion’, the symposium will bring together the nation’s most knowledgeable executives and practitioners who will share insights, tools and motivation to inspire delegates to achieve their goals and advance New Zealand not-for-profit organisations.

“The NFP sector is continually in motion. The complexity of the environment means there is a constant need for up-to-date information and strong peer to peer networks. The Annual AuSAE Leadership Symposium offers senior executives the opportunity to discover and grow both,” says AuSAE President Tony Steven.

The symposium will include over 10 educational sessions on topics such as advocacy, leadership practices, board performance, membership and organisational sustainability.

The unique event format, that includes a strong focus on networking, provides a great opportunity to meet and collaborate with new colleagues from across the country who share interests, concerns and on-the-job challenges.

“The annual AuSAE Leadership Symposium is a great event where you can update yourself on current business trends. It is also a tremendous opportunity to network with like-minded association executives,” says Steve Williams, Manager, Business Services, New Zealand School Trustees Association.

Register today to join other not-for-profit executives looking forward to attending the 2014 AuSAE Leadership Symposium in Rotorua, October 29-30.


The Australasian Society of Association Executives is the peak professional society representing a community of over 10,000 individual leaders working for not-for-profit organisations throughout Australia and New Zealand. AuSAE’s purpose is to equip those dedicated and passionate leaders with the information and networks they need to better achieve the vision of their organisation. Incorporated in Australia as a company limited by guarantee, AuSAE is the sole member-owned professional body of its kind. As such, it is uniquely placed to speak on behalf of the association sector in Australasia.

To view the full Symposium program and register online, please visit


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