In 2010 the Productivity Commission released a landmark report on the state of the not-for-profit sector. In this impact2021 webinar we'll examine where we are, ten years on from the report, and discuss what the sector can do now - irrespective of government - to secure its future.
Our panellists will also debate two recent Centre for Social Impact (CSI) research programs about the for-purpose sector:
> A review undertaken by CSI in December 2020 of all inquiries, reviews and high-profile investigations into reforms needed in and for the for-purpose sector, since the landmark 2010 inquiry.
> CSI's Pulse of the For Purpose Sector Report, which provides insights into the current financial position of the sector, its pressures and the impacts of the most recent reforms, such as changes to JobKeeper.
The Centre for Social Impact UWA's next 2-day online Outcomes Measurement Workshop is on 16 & 17 November, 2021. Join from anywhere!
** Please read below for more information and if you have any questions get in touch with Mags at CSI UWA: firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 8 6488 5691. **
The workshop will:
Not-For-Profit: $650 + GST
Government, Private or Business: $950 + GST
When you register you will receive the workshop details and course materials.
The Centre for Social Impact is excited to partner with AGSM @ UNSW Business School to present Governance for Social Impact - a 2-day executive education course for Board Directors and leaders designed to facilitate an examination of the social impact ecosystem and the importance of leading effective social impact governance.
Our next location for the Governance for Social Impact course is Melbourne in February 2022. Date to be confirmed.
Moving beyond the essential legal and financial responsibilities of Board Directors, this course will provide an in-depth examination of the importance of governance to achieve maximum social impact for your organisation.
You'll learn and thoroughly understand what it means to govern with a ‘mission-first’ agenda and you'll be provided with the knowledge and tools to navigate the social purpose ecosystem and to 'lift your gaze' to lead effective social impact governance.