Alumni Event – Community welcome too

Connect with Engaging Young Leaders on Aged Care and Community Boards community and alumni while delving in to Difference Makers – the book that challenges the debate about who can lead and who can provide value on Boards.

Event Details:

Date: 5th July 2016 
Time: 6:00-8:00pm
Venue:  Southcare Central, Corner of Pether Road and Bickley Crescent, Manning 

Register your tickets here.

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 Event attendees will enjoy: 

  • Activities facilitated by Dr Nicky Howe and Alicia Curtis around: 
    • intergenerational mentoring
    • unconscious bias
    • utilising your emotions in the board room
  • Opportunities to meet and network with a diverse range of leaders
  • Canapés and beverages 
  • The opportunity to purchase Difference Makers on the night for $25 (card and cash payments accepted)

There are already some wonderful comments about the book:

“Howe and Curtis have produced a book that builds capacity and develops a sound rationale highlighting the importance of diversity in achieving good governance. They have not simplified the issues for mass consumption but, rather, built a solid case and then demonstrated their thinking. Complexity is a reality in all Not-for-profit management and governance and this important work provides thinking executives and board members with a nuanced and thoughtful resource designed to help meet the challenge” 
Professor David Gilchrist, Director, Not for Profit Initiative, Curtin University

“This is an outstanding insight into how to effectively embrace diversity a true roadmap for creating better organisations better companies and a better society” 
Rhys Williams 2015 Young West Australian of the Year

Register your tickets here.

Event Details:
Date: 5th July 2016 
Time: 6:00-8:00pm
Venue:  Southcare Central, Corner of Pether Road and Bickley Crescent, Manning 

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