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Income Generation Building financial capacity to strengthen organisation performance 17 th -19 th February 2016

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Novotel Darling Harbour, Sydney

KEY SPEAKERS:

INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS:

Anthony Mitchell, National President and Chairman of Board, Amnesty International Australia

Garry Browne, President and Chairman of the Board, Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife

Violet Roumeliotis, Chief Executive Officer, Settlement Services International

Sturt Eastwood, Chief Executive Officer, Diabetes NSW

Sandy Chakravarty, Chief Financial Officer, Australian Red Cross

Jannine Jackson, Chief Executive Officer, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW

Nicola Norris, Head of Advancement, Greenpeace Australia Pacific

Jo Cavanagh OAM, Chief Executive Officer, Family Life

Don MacAskill, Chief Executive Officer, Endeavour Group Australia

Alison Covington, Founder & Managing Director, GOOD360 Australia

Miriam Dixon, Chief Executive Officer, Parkinson’s NSW

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Mide Akerewusi, Founder & CEO, AgentsC, and Former Director of Leadership Philanthropy, Pathways to Education, CAN

KEY BENEFITS OF ATTENDING: • Strategies to implement diverse income streams for increased longevity • Embedding effective internal process to ensure financial sustainability • Enhancing your competitiveness through brand positioning and governance

Roy Rogers, Chief Executive Officer, The Flagstaff Group

Shaheen Evans, Deputy CEO/ GM Operations,Wesley Mission Victoria

Carol Birks, National Executive Director, Motor Neurone Disease Australia

Fiona Haynes, General Manager, Social Enterprises, Multicap

Daryl Kee, Executive Manager, Marketing, UnitingCare lifeAssist

Rasika Mohan, Director, Development Partnerships, Engineers Without Borders Australia Vanessa Piercey, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Diageo

Emma Snell, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, News Corp Australia

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Nicky Goulder, Co-Founder & Chief Executive, Create, UK

• How to be more commercially minded to boost organisational performance • The role of the Board in long term strategic and financial planning

MEDIA PARTNER:

Tess Ariotti, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Samsung Electronics Australia

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Not for Profit Income Generation 3:30 How to use effective governance as a source of differentiation

DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY, 17TH FEBRUARY 2016 8:00 Registration opens 9:00 Opening remarks from the Chair Sturt Eastwood, Chief Executive Officer, Diabetes NSW

GOVERNANCE FOR FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY 9:10 INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE Strategic governance for income generation • Combining strategy with flexibility to drive growth • Developing and maintaining a balanced funding portfolio • Nurturing and sustaining mutually-beneficial partnerships Nicky Goulder, Chief Co-Founder & Chief Executive, Create, UK

9:50 OPENING KEYNOTE Governance and change within the NFP sector • Dealing with increased competition between NFPs • Encouraging cross-sector engagement between government, the NFP sector and corporates Violet Roumeliotis, Chief Executive Officer, Settlement Services International

10:30 KEYNOTE The role of the Board of an NFP in building financial capacity • What responsibility for building financial capacity rests with the Board? • What should a CEO do to gain support for proposals with financial implications? • To build financial capacity, what is the most effective relationship between the CEO and the Board? Anthony Mitchell, National President and Chairman of Board, Amnesty International Australia

11:10 Morning tea

• Implementing effective accountability, transparency and disclosure processes in place • Determining and assessing organisation’s performance against your indicators • Enhancing the capacity and capabilities of your organisation Sandy Chakravarty, Chief Financial Officer, Australian Red Cross

4:10 INTERACTIVE PANEL DISCUSSION How to maintain NFP corporate partnerships • What do corporates look for? • Defining your on-going value proposition • How can NFP’s be better prepared? Panellists: Emma Snell, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, News Corp Australia Tess Ariotti, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Samsung Electronics Vanessa Piercey, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager, Diageo

4:50 Risk Culture: Build and maintain organisational capability to deliver on purpose • How a positive risk culture can lead to innovation and financial sustainability • Build and maintain organisational capability through a positive risk culture– but first how do you measure risk culture? • The role of C-suite in creating a risk ready culture to deliver on purpose Shaheen Evans, Deputy CEO/GM Operations, Wesley Mission Victoria

5:30 Closing remarks from the Chair Sturt Eastwood, Chief Executive Officer, Diabetes NSW

11:40 Embedding good governance and processes • NFP competing in a commercial world • Strong strategic initiatives • Sustainable  fundraising and marketing programs Garry Browne, President and Chairman of the Board, Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife

12:20 How to distribute your resources: Passion vs Process • Business fundamentals and the NFP dilemma • Why many NFP organisational structures are suboptimal • Managing the tension between culture and commerciality Sturt Eastwood, Chief Executive Officer, Diabetes NSW

1:00 Lunch

HOW TO ENHANCE YOUR ORGANISATION’S COMPETITIVENESS 1:50 Diversifying income through social enterprise and measuring your impact • The challenges and benefits of implementing a social enterprise • How to prepare for outcome based payments Jo Cavanagh OAM, Chief Executive Officer, Family Life

2:30 Implementing a robust financial model to stand out • Creating the right business model to ensure your business can scale? • How to leverage each funding dollar through product philanthropy to save money, expand programs and impact communities • Digital storytelling and technology: What role will this play in the future of philanthropy?   Alison Covington, Founder & Managing Director, Good360 Australia

3:10 Afternoon tea

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DAY TWO: THURSDAY, 18TH FEBRUARY 2016 8:00 Registration opens 9:00 Opening remarks from the Chair

Jannine Jackson, Chief Executive Officer, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW

9:10 INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE Fostering sustainability to optimise your organisation’s performance • Strengthening the link between strategic governance and longevity of your organisation • Understanding and communicating social impact • Funding innovations in the UK and North America Mide Akerewusi, Founder & CEO, AgentsC, and Former Director of Leadership Philanthropy, Pathways to Education, CAN

STRATEGIES TO STIMULATE INCOME GENERATION 9:50 Tools to balance multiple income channels • Maximising existing funding opportunities • What can your organisation do to become financially independent • Leveraging your strengths to explore new income channels Jannine Jackson, Chief Executive Officer, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW

10:30 Innovative approaches to optimise alternative revenue streams • Maximising your income potential • Strengthening your brand within the NFP marketplace • Tools to align your social enterprise to your vision Fiona Haynes, General Manager, Social Enterprises, Multicap

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Not for Profit Income Generation 11:10 Morning tea 11:40 Incorporating a broad portfolio of fundraising strategies into your strategic plan • Overview of our fundraising performance over the past 10 years and key lessons learnt • Strategic planning process and how to align culture of the whole organisation around diversifying the fundraising portfolio for better integration and financial stability • Strategies to remain competitive in a crowded market place Nicola Norris, Head of Advancement, Greenpeace Australia Pacific

12:20 CASE STUDY The Ice bucket challenge: Incorporating media as part of your broader marketing strategy • The power of personal stories and the involvement of the global ALS/MND community • Doing something different to stand out from the crowd • Achieving fundraising success through brand awareness Carol Birks, National Executive Director, MND Australia

1:00 Lunch

INTRODUCING COMMERCIAL DECISION MAKING PROCESSES 2:00 INTERACTIVE SESSION WORLD CAFÉ Rotating between tables, speakers will be facilitating interactive sessions on the topics listed below: • How to create strategic partnership and value Facilitator: Don MacAskill, Chief Executive Officer, Endeavour Group Australia • Effectively implementing a social enterprise Facilitator: Fiona Haynes, General Manager, Social Enterprises, Multicap • Being commercially minded to increase your competitive edge Facilitator: Daryl Kee, Executive Manager, Marketing, UnitingCare lifeAssist

2:40 CASE STUDY Our journey of establishing a partnership with Bendigo Bank • Enhancing your market reputation and standing within your community • Enhancing your ability to create ‘shared value’ • Strategies to nurture and maintain partnerships Miriam Dixon, Chief Executive Officer, Parkinson’s NSW

3:20 Afternoon tea

POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS: FRIDAY 19TH FEBRUARY 2015 WORKSHOP A: 9:00AM-12:00PM

Strengthening financial stability by embedding robust partnerships This workshop will focus on using stewardship to cultivate and maintain long term partnerships as a form of alternative revenue stream. Delegates will bring their own experiences to the table in exploring how to build and maintain effective relationships as a key tool to achieving financial stability. • Case study: Developing and sustaining an effective partnership • What do successful partnerships look like? • How do we steward funders effectively? • Stand out from the crowd – developing creative approaches for the future Nicky Goulder, Co-Founder & Chief Executive, Create, UK Create was born from a vision Nicky had in December 2002 of a charity that would use the power of the arts to transform lives. She is motivated by her longing for a fair, caring, inclusive society in which every individual can fulfil their potential. Prior to cofounding the charity in July 2003, she was Chief Executive of the Orchestra of St John’s.

WORKSHOP B: 1:00PM-4:00PM

Strategies to achieve financial sustainability This workshop will focus on how to build multiple revenue sources to ensure sustainability. You will be able to assess your current financial resource strengths and weaknesses and evaluate the opportunities and threats around them You will gain: • An understanding of concept of financial sustainability, and its relationship to strategy and operating performance • Tools and frameworks to determine the sustainability of programs and projects • Assessing goals and resources to identify where revenue can be generated • Demonstrative examples through case studies • Tips on how to build financial sustainability into an organisation Rasika Mohan, Director, Development Partnerships, Engineers Without Borders Australia

3:50 CASE STUDY Commercialising NFP organisations • Defining your strengths and planning what to commercialise • Balancing a social enterprise’s social and financial priorities • Understanding the potential legal and tax implications Roy Rogers, Chief Executive Officer, The Flagstaff Group

4:30 Competing with the private sector: Transition to NDIS • Strategies to make your organisation competitive in the market • Tools to leverage your strengths • How can you be more commercial and consumer-oriented? Don MacAskill, Chief Executive Officer, Endeavour Group Australia

Rasika brings over 10 years of experience in successfully delivering impactful programs in international development, fundraising, banking and finance, automotive, and information technology sectors. With a natural aptitude for driving shared value outcomes for the private and community sectors, she has a unique knack for establishing trusted relationships with stakeholders across the government, civil society, private and education sectors.

5:10 Closing remarks from the Chair

Jannine Jackson, Chief Executive Officer, Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW

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