How much of a conflict does it present? Whilst I agree that staff do add immense value to boards, should they sit on boards?
If you aren’t sure where to start or don’t know what the changes are in the Privacy Act 2014, then here’s a great free resource we’ve found for charities and non-profits. Don’t risk a fine under the Privacy Act 2014 changes.
In an effort to get more information, we go online and search the name of the person who has contacted us. What we find online about you and your organisation influences our decision on the level of communication and support you will likely receive.
Do you have a lot of ideas for great projects or programs you want to run, and are just waiting for that perfect grant or tender? The scary thing is, you are risking your success. Don’t wait, you can start getting ready now.
Never miss out on a funding opportunity again. Simply explained, a grant calendar is a tool that helps you track prospective grants of interest, actual grants you are applying for, progress of the application, as well as tracking the success of those applications.
In the current environment, managing and leading a non-profit, is becoming more and more of a challenge, and let’s talk about the white elephant in the room… the ongoing challenge we face attracting outside funding.
Project plans can be as complex, or as simple, as you need to make them. This is a detailed project plan, but is suitable for beginners and intermediate planners. The thing is, you either need information from people who are involved in a project, or you need to give information to people who are going to support your project.
Save yourself a steep learning curve, and potential legal matters, by working through this downloadable checklist. You will learn more about what your organisation does; what its current financial and operational status is, and what the constitution and policies – your rule books – say.
It’s essential that all board members take their job seriously, and ensure they are working with others as an efficient and effective team.
The top nine things you need to know as a board member (e-course).
If you are new to a board and not sure where to start, or you want to ensure you are focusing on continuous improvement, these nine steps explore the key areas of the organisation you must understand.
As a speaker, trainer and community development consultant I assists non-profits and small businesses to establish better governance practices and operational procedures, identifying new revenue and leveraging existing opportunities, community engagement, brand management and stakeholder communications.