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National Not-For-Profit Sector Conference 2019

Are you, like so many other charities struggling with income equality? Do you have less access to support and hope is sometimes fading away? And yet you see others rise to the challenge and make the most of an ever changing world.

Wonder how they do it all sometimes? Are they Super Heros? Well, yes and no. They are ordinary people doing extra-ordinary things.

The good news: you can too!

Come and be inspired and learn the secrets to succeeding in a world that offers more challenges and opportunities than we can imagine for our not-for-profit sector.
We have secured inspirational speakers who can't wait to share their stories with you.
View the 2019 National Not-For-Profit Sector Conference Programme

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Who should attend?


The conference is designed for CEOs and senior managers, Board and Committee members, team leaders and volunteer managers . . . and anyone passionate about the NFP sector!

19 February and 20 February 2019
Naumi Auckland Airport Hotel, Auckland

Earlybird Special: first delegate: $300.00 + GST
second and subsequent from the same organisation: $270 + GST

The Earlybird pricing finishes on Friday 7 December 2018.

To attend Tuesday 19 February only: $260 + GST
To attend Wednesday 20 February only: $250 + GST

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A great speakers line-up, including:

Andrea Midgen is a proven leader with many years of extensive CEO and senior executive experience. Most recently she has demonstrated her ability to successfully manage multiple stakeholders in her dual roles of Acting CEO of RNZSPCA and CEO of SPCA Auckland, bringing it to ‘One SPCA’.
Andrea will present the keynote: The SPCA: the journey so far and the journey ahead.

The National Not-For-Profit Sector Conference wouldn't be the same without Aly McNicoll, Director, LEAD Centre for NFP Leadership. Aly has been involved with NFP leadership and management in New Zealand, Australia and the Pacific for the last 18 years.

Aly will open the conference and facilitate a workshop on Dealing with difficult personalities.

Fia Collins, Diversity Manager at Diversity Works NZ, is of Samoan heritage and was born and raised in West Auckland. Fia has expertise in designing and delivering cultural responsiveness and inclusion programmes for the workplace as well as mentoring young women.
Fia will facilitate the workshop on Cultural Intelligence - leading across cultures in the workplace.

Dick Downing has 20 years of NGO experience in both NZ and the UK and is currently on the leadership team at Connect Supporting Recovery in Auckland. Dick is manager of their social enterprise, Changeability.

Dick will facilitate a workshop on Change Management drawing on up to the minute research in change management, psychology and resilience.

Visit the website to see more speakers

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