Join experts for free webinars this Not-for-Profit Finance Week Not-for-Profit Finance Week 2020 (August 3 to 7) is just around the corner. This is a celebration of ideas, knowledge and financial capacity-building for the $100 billion Australian Not-for-Profit sector. This year, Commonwealth Bank and Our Community are pleased to bring you an information-packed series of free webinars and presentations. Hear from experts on some of the hottest topics, trends and issues facing NFPs. Learn more about Not-for-Profit Finance Week here Questions your board needs to ask about the finances Presented by Lisa Jennings, Executive Director, Learning and Education, Institute of Community Directors Australia Monday, 3 August, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST 2020 has delivered its fair share of roadblocks. The COVID-19 crisis showed us all that it is important that the whole board understands how the finances work, so together the organisation can weather any storm. Organisation's with financially literate boards are best placed to promote and fulfil their missions, regardless of what happens. What questions should your organisation be asking about the finances? Register now Not-for-Profit Sector Outlook A panel discussion Tuesday, 4 August, 1:00 pm - 2:15 pm AEST From drought to bushfires and now COVID-19, the demand on Not-for-Profits has never been greater. With existing stimulus packages coming to an end and the introduction of new measures to help re-ignite the Australian economy, what is the outlook for the Not-for-Profit Sector? Join us for this thought-provoking and engaging panel discussion with some of our nation's leading sector experts. This is a wonderful opportunity to be part of the conversation - to ask your questions, and to share your thoughts - as we explore the many challenges and opportunities which lie ahead. Panel:
Adj Professor Susan Pascoe AM - Chair of the Australian Council for International Development and the Community Directors Council
Denis Moriarty - Group Managing Director, Our Community
David Crosbie - CEO of the Community Council for Australia
Julienne Price - Head of Schools and Not-for-Profit Banking, Commonwealth Bank (panel adjudicator)
Register now Not-for-Profit Balance Sheet Presented by Professor David Gilchrist, Co-convenor, Not-for-profits UWA, University of Western Australia and co-author of The Not-for-Profit Balance Sheet Wednesday, 5 August, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST Do you know what the Balance Sheet is telling you about the financial health of your NFP or community group? Whether you're untrained in accounting, or are an experienced accountant, make sure you join us for the launch of this great new sector resource - The NFP Balance Sheet. Presented in a practical and user-friendly way, Professor David Gilchrist will be taking us through how to understand what the Balance Sheet is telling you about your organisation, as well as looking at the meaningful questions you should be asking. Please note: Following the webinar, a copy of the newly released, The NFP Balance Sheet - a resource tool for CEOs and directors, will be emailed to webinar registrants. Register now Economic Update - the road ahead Presented by Stephen Halmarick, Chief Economist and Head of Global Economic & Markets Research, Commonwealth Bank Thursday, 6 August, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST As the Federal government balances the ending of stimulus packages, such as JobKeeper, while introducing new ways of stimulating the economy, what are the likely impacts of these measures? How will the Not-for-Profit sector be impacted and how will our post-COVID-19 economy impact your clients, donors and stakeholders? Join us as Stephen Halmarick, Chief Economist and Head of Global Economic & Markets Research at CommBank, shares his thoughts and insights into where we are today and the outlook for the future as Australia begins the slow process of rebuilding its economy following COVID-19. Register now Rethinking success with Innovation and Design Thinking Presented by Eloise Newbury, Innovation Manager, Schools and Not-for-Profit Sector Banking, Commonwealth Bank Friday, 7 August, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEST As we continue to adjust to today's new working norms, Design Thinking has enabled many not-for-profits and community groups to successfully rethink their operations and service delivery in ways never previously imagined. Join us for this webinar, as we revisit the principles of Design thinking and unpack how Not-for-Profits have been effectively applying the most widely used tools for innovation. Register now Can't make the scheduled times? Our webinars are recorded and a copy is sent out to every registrant by default. If you are unable to watch the webinar live at the scheduled time, you can still register at any of the above links and we will send you a copy you can watch at your own pace and in your own time after the live broadcast. We hope you're able to join us for one, or all of the presentations. Feel free to share this email with anyone you think might benefit from the topics we're covering. This email was sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Change of details? Email your updates to email@example.com. You can unsubscribe from Our Community marketing emails here. Message sender: Institute of Community Directors Australia, an Our Community Pty Ltd Enterprise | ABN 24 094 608 705 Our Community House, 552 Victoria Street, North Melbourne, VIC 3051 firstname.lastname@example.org
Council of the City of Gold Coast - confidential communication
This email and any files transmitted with it are confidential and are intended solely for the use of the addressee. If you are not the intended recipient be advised that you have received this email in error and that any use, dissemination, forwarding, printing or copying of this email and any file attachments is strictly prohibited. If you have received this email in error, please immediately notify us. You must destroy the original transmission and its contents. Before opening or using attachments, check them for viruses and defects. The contents of this email and its attachments may become scrambled, truncated or altered in transmission. Please notify us of any anomalies. Our liability is limited to resupplying the email and attached files or the cost of having them resupplied.