This is your rare opportunity to join an online conversation with those in the know about how nonprofits and government can work better together to deliver critical public services and advance YOUR nonprofit’s goals and objectives. You will hear from people with deep governmental connection and inside experience and have the opportunity to put your thoughts and questions forward in a constructive and informed environment.
Monday 12 October 2020 | 5:00-6:30pm AEST
Can’t attend in real time? You should still register; all registrants will receive a copy of the recording.
The relationship between government and the nonprofit sector is at a critical transition point. Joint program planning and implementation has meant nonprofits are increasingly seen as partners in governments’ delivery of public services. Indeed, open, honest and mutually beneficial relationships between the two sectors is more important than ever before. At this free webinar, you will gain insight into governments’ perspectives; where expectations overlap and where there are gaps; how to build purposeful and productive relationships; and the strategies both parties can use to work cohesively and successfully, leading to more significant community gains now, and into the future.
The seminar will be facilitated by Emeritus Professor Myles McGregor-Lowndes and Dr Glenn Poole, former Auditor-General of Qld and expert speakers include Michael Hogan and Chris Seiboth, whom collectively have nearly half a century of experience working with nonprofits from within government.
Want to discuss a particular topic? Email your questions to email@example.com and we will endeavour to answer them live at the seminar.