Thu, Jan 30 2020, 10:30 AM AEDT2020 Webinar Vision – Taking Your Association to the Next Level
Over the past ten years we have formed quite a love-hate relationship with webinars – some programs have been amazing, others have flopped, and some, have just kept going slow and steady. In this webinar, Sara from Redback discusses what is hot in 2020 and uncover key trends that we should be watching out for.
Thu, Mar 12 2020, 11:00 AM AEDT2020 Year in Preview
The year ahead is going to present a raft of changes to the world of workplace relations as we know it. FCB’s Year In Preview webinar will provide an ideal forum to hear updates from FCB as Australia’s leading employment law firm. The topics we will cover include: *Expected economic performance for 2020; *The current industrial landscape including trends in enterprise bargaining, unfair dismissal and general protections claims; *Changes to the Award System: new annualised salary arrangements for some awards and the practical consequences; *Federal Government’s Legislative Agenda & Parliamentary Inquiries; and *Impact of recent decisions This webinar has been specifically tailored for professionals working in Industry Associations as well as their members.
Thu, May 16 2019, 11:00 AM AEDTA guide to effective Public Relations for Associations
Effective Public Relations (PR) strategies is key to becoming an industry leader and establishing a voice that will represent your valued members, partners, followers and stakeholders. In this webinar, experienced PR professional, Debbie Bradley from Zadro, will guide you through a step-by-step process to develop and implement a PR strategy that will deliver results.
Thu, Jun 18 2020, 12:00 PM AESTA Time for Transition
In the COVID-19 aftermath, sectors, businesses and individuals are all having to rethink their relationship with work. Join Nina Mapson Bone for this webinar as we take a look at the different types of workplace transition trends taking place including: • How entire sectors are reinventing • How businesses are innovating to meet the demands of the new world • How individuals are pivoting to new ways of working and role types During this webinar, learn how these fascinating trends are changing the face of work and what it means for us on both a personal and business level. How will this change the way you manage your employees? What will this change in your association including the way you service members and your key value offering? And how will this effect the way you engage with members?
Fri, Oct 18 2019, 11:00 AM AEDTChanges to Privacy Laws Relevant to Not-for-Profits
There have been several changes to privacy laws in the recent years, as relevant to not-for-profits. The most significant of these changes have been the introduction of the notifiable data breaches scheme, as well as the EU General Data Protection Regulation and further legislative changes being proposed in 2019. If you work in the not-for-profit sector and wish to gain a better understanding of how these changes could affect your organisation, then this session will be relevant for you
Wed, Mar 27 2019, 11:00 AM AEDTCreate a 12 month membership marketing plan across your channels
Is your Association spending valuable time, money and resources on your marketing, but you’re not sure it’s working? Do you need a marketing plan? If you want the know-how to make your Association marketing effective on limited resources and a limited budget, then this session is for you.
Wed, Jun 5 2019, 11:00 AM AEDTData Protection Refresher for Association Leaders
You can’t just leave data security to your IT team! In this session learn what YOU need to know on how to protect your member data and safeguard your organisation’s reputation by mitigating your risk. A year on from the commencement of the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme (requiring mandatory notification of data breaches) in Australia, in this webcast we’ll refresh and revisit the latest advice to help protect your organisation before a breach occurs
Wed, Jun 3 2020, 10:00 AM AESTDigital Advocacy - An Association Case Study
The role associations play for members, sectors and communities at large has never been so important and more prominent than right now. Associations have continued to do what they always do but with a brighter light shone on the effects of having one centralised and strong voice to the public and government. As we move into the recovery stages and into a post COVID-19 world, governments want to continue hearing all the voices in your sector and profession, not just the loudest voice. So what processes and technologies can associations implement to organise and streamline their advocacy efforts? This week AuSAE will be joined by Chazz Clevinger, Chief Executive Officer, One Click Politics and Sarah Davies, Policy and Advocacy Manager, Optometry Australia for a Q&A discussion and case study analysis on implementing and establishing a digital advocacy campaign. During this discussion Sarah and Chazz will: • Discuss the process of creating a digital campaign •
Thu, May 21 2020, 10:00 AM AESTHow to Build Trust in Dispersed Teams - Our New Environment
Thanks to Covid-19 workplaces have had to pivot to working remotely. So how do you best lead a team virtually and build trust with team members when they are all working separately during a stressful time? In this insightful event Marie-Claire Ross from Trustologie will be sharing her insights from both leading and working with virtual teams. In this session, you will discover: • The cost benefits of a high performing remote team • Why we are wired to need trust to support high performance (and reduce anxiety). • 6 essential trust drivers to improve collaboration and team performance. Discover best-in-class practices and tips in this interactive session.
Wed, May 27 2020, 12:00 PM AESTHow to Effectively Transition into Phase Two of COVID-19
As we slowly start to transition into a new phase of business during COVID-19, NFPs and charities are now looking for ways to continue business with restrictions in place for the foreseeable future. Boards must now begin to reassess how their NFP or charity is performing during COVID-19, and their new long term goals and concerns. Boards must reconsider their stakeholders and their capacity to support the organisation, the future of government grants, as well as whether their operations continue to satisfy their NFP or charitable purpose. Finally, NFPs and charities should continue to proceed with caution when considering becoming party to any contracts during and post COVID-19. This presentation will: • Provide an update on government incentives and legislative changes for NFPs and charities; • Provide guidance on how boards and senior management should strategise during the coming months for the long term benefit of the organisation; and • Discuss what NFPs and char