events and workshopsAt CBB, we run a variety of information sessions and workshops for the not for profit sector that provide an opportunity to up-skill in areas of interest, network with industry leaders and stay up-to-date with key topics.

Our two key event series are Community ExecNet (a breakfast series for not for profit executives and Board members held throughout Australia) and HR ExecNet (networking and information sharing events for not for profit HR managers and those responsible for HR – currently held in Adelaide only). Read more here about our Community ExecNet events.


Upcoming events…

Community ExecNet – Focus on impact

Date: Wednesday 9 August 2017
Time: 7:30 am – 9:30 am
Venue: Adelaide Pavilion, Cnr South Terrace & Peacock Road, Adelaide
Cost: Tickets – $49 + gst (includes breakfast)
Group discounts available
$5 from every ticket sold will be donated to Cora Barclay Centre

About the event

Do you know you are making an impact, or do you just think you are?  The disruptive influences of new ‘for purpose’ business models and structural changes in disability and aged care are increasing competition for clients, and mean that good intentions and a warm case study are no longer sufficient to demonstrate that you are genuinely making a difference to your customers and the community.

  • But does collaboration, rather than competition, increase your social impact
  • How do you measure and evidence your impact?
  • Do you know if your impact is positive or negative?

Register for this valuable session as we take a fresh look at your NFP’s social impact.

Who should attend?

  • CEOs
  • Board members
  • Senior managers

Our guest speakers

TAIMUR SIDDIQI – Director, The Incus Group
Social impact for sustainability

Taimur is a co-founder and director of The Incus Group, a consultancy dedicated to helping organisations create, measure and report the social impact of their work.

Taimur will share key insights into how your NFP can not only understand, measure and manage its impact, but how social impact measurement can be a powerful contributor to demonstrating and ensuring the sustainability of the NFP sector.

JANE ARNOTT – General Manager, Consulting & Business Services, CBB
Is collaboration the right thing to deliver impact?

In her presentation, Jane will draw upon her global experience to examine what makes a successful collaboration. She will explore how collaboration is about more than just financial survival and works most effectively when there is a clear understanding of joint objectives.

Jane will share some pitfalls to avoid, alongside examples of collaborations working to deliver social impact.

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