At 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.
Darwin – October Business Month event
Thriving in a high turnover environment: adapting your NFP business to a transient workforce
It comes as part of doing business in the Northern Territory; you struggle to find the right people for your business and when you do find good staff, they don’t stay long. Then there’s the issue of protecting your corporate knowledge, relationships and IP when they leave.
So how do you minimise the risk and impact of turnover? Register for this valuable session to develop strategies that will help your organisation to thrive in the face of this common problem for businesses in the NT.
This half day workshop will include:
- Understanding your employee value proposition
- Making the most of short term employees
- Systems and processes to mitigate key person risks
- The opportunity to review and prioritise options for your own organisation.
Who should attend?
- HR Professionals
- People managers
- General Managers
Wednesday 11 October
Mantra Pandanas – Knuckey Street, Darwin
9.00 am – 12 noon
$40 + gst (includes morning tea)
Our guest speakers
Dave Pugh, CEO, Anglicare NT
Dave will share his practical experience of the strategies used by Anglicare NT to operate in a high turnover context.
Andrea Collett, Senior HR Consultant, CBB
Andrea will look at approaches for recruiting and managing staff to maximise their value and minimise the impact of high turnover.
Jane Arnott, General Manager, Consulting & Business Services, CBB
Jane will discuss how to manage knowledge and stakeholder relationships in order to minimise key person risk