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Top 20 Insights from the April Unconvention on Strategy and Design

About me! Penelope Wakefield Graduated from the program in 2016 Currently Governance Manager and Company Secretary at Therapy Focus, studying a post-graduate diploma in applied Corporate Governance, championing age diversity as a President of a local Soroptimist club, and a member of the Emerging Leaders in Governance Alumni Committee. Passionate about governance, diversity, and social […]

15 Aug – Register for Disruption in the Boardroom Unconvention

We are super excited to launch our next Unconvention on Tuesday, 15th August.   Register here. Disruption in the Boardroom Tuesday, 15 August 2016, 8am – 12pm (Registration from 8 – 8.30am) Woodside Auditorium, Mezzanine Level, Woodside Plaza Who is this session for? Board Chairs and Directors NFP Senior Management Aspiring Board Directors Academics, Professionals and […]

The Future of Board Leadership looks POSITIVE!

Are you living on the edge?  The Unconvention last week challenged many of us about the future of board leadership and the NFP sector.  The speakers and panelists inspired new insights and learning for all.  Here are a few comments from the day: “Thank you so much – an incredibly thought provoking morning” “It was […]

How to Generate Solutions in the NFP Sector

If you are a board director today, you are probably considering issues such as funding models, impact measurement, talent attraction and retention, mergers and acquisitions and how to deal with increasing levels of inequality in society.   Recently it was shown in the WA Not for Profit Landscape Report that the WA’s charities sector employs […]

The Future of Board Leadership Unconvention

14 March Unconvention on Board Leadership The Engaging Young Leaders on Aged Care and Community Boards presents its first Unconvention for 2017, The Future of Board Leadership. 8.30am – 12pm, Tuesday, 14 March 2017 Herbert Smith Freehills Registration Link – uncon.eventbrite.com.au Download the Unconvention Flyer here. Imagine… Imagine the community sector in 20 years’ time. […]