In today’s episode, we will be talking with Brett Ryan, CEO of Focus on the Family, about three main points: 1) having work and life balance, 2) taking care of yourself, and 3) keeping your tasks in line with the NFP’s mission.
In today’s episode, we will be talking to Rikky Murphy, the International Director of Project Justice International (PJI). He will share with us how they achieve their mission by 1) maintaining and measuring effectiveness in their organization, 2) collaborating with other institutions for their advocacy, and 3) focusing on one village instead of focusing on many.
In today’s episode, we will be talking to Ben Naitoko—Senior Pastor of King’s Church, Gold Coast about three main topics: 1) The alignment of values of the Church and the Pastor that takes over, 2) Being an itinerant pastor to full-time pastor (the changes and adjustment period), and 3) The external perception and what he did to push across with it.
Goals play a large part in any organisation—they serve as the driving force in moving forward. Having a goal makes it easy to see where a company is headed. However, what happens when the goals you’ve set turn out to be unachievable and quite unrealistic?
Our guest for today, Scott Watkins, Chairman of the Board for Pollinate Group Australia will answer the question we’ve mentioned above. Along with that, we will be discussing two more things: 1) Mergers of NFPs, and 2) Having effective communication tools within the board and volunteers.
Today, we’re joined by Tim Oberg once again, the strategic director of Asia Pacific Parkrun. We’ll be talking mainly about how important it is to find the right alliances and sponsors for an NFP. In addition to that, we’ll also be talking about strategic partnerships and how you can coordinate them.
Rosie Kendall, the CEO of Christians Against Poverty has been at it since the year 2013. First as a Centre Development Manager and then recently as Chief Executive Officer. Today, we will be discussing three main points: 1) What are the common factors among most people that Rosie’s organisation reaches out to; 2) Are there common factors that put a person in this financial situation? And 3) How do Rosie and her organisation reach out?
“Two is better than one.” With any goal, business, or anything we do, it’s always easier when we are not alone. I’m sure a lot of you will agree with me on this, that’s why we’re bringing in our guest to talk about collaboration. Why is it important, especially for NFPs?
Andrea Watkins — the Humanitarian Hub Coordinator of NSW Humanitarian Hub will be talking to us about these three main points: 1) Going in-depth about collaboration; 2) Managing collaboration and keeping it simple; and 3) Volunteer training and its impact to the organisations.
Today, I will be talking to Nic Marchesi—one of the most famous personalities in Australia when it comes to Not for Profits. We will be discussing three main things that he sees necessary in an NFP, namely: 1) Being passionate; 2) Structuring a business to share it with others; and 3) Helping others.