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The Queensland Multicultural Month business lunch will be an enlightening afternoon of discovering how your business can succeed in local and global markets by embracing cultural diversity. As the signature event for the Queensland Multicultural Month ‘value of diversity’ week, the theme is:...
Back by popular demand, NDS Queensland is again offering the one day Costing and Pricing in an NDIS Environment seminar. Costing and pricing skill and knowledge is a key area for providers to improve business practices to be prepared to operate in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)...
Adolescence is a key period of growth and development, with the brain also changing enormously during this period. Recent research suggests that these maturational changes make the adolescent brain more vulnerable to the damaging effects of alcohol, with areas associated with memory and learning...
Not-for-profit Law regularly runs webinars on a variety of topics that affect community organisations. You can attend this training using your computer from wherever you may be located. Upcoming webinars Getting Started: Wednesday 10 August Not-for-profit Law's free introduction to starting a not-...
Every community organisation understands how much they owe to the person who keeps track of the finances. But they don't often tell them so. Our Community and the Commonwealth Bank and their Not-for-Profit Sector Banking team believe Australia's treasurers deserve some recognition. The Commonwealth...
The 2016 Child Aware Approaches Conference was held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, 23-24 May 2016. Many of the presentations are now available to watch online, and you can also download the presentation slides. Presentations included: The Oration Healing to Thrive: Building the...
With energy prices continuing to rise we are all looking for ways to save on our power bills. In South East Queensland where there is a choice of energy companies and contracts, shopping around for a better electricity deal can save you money, but from 1 July it has become a bit more complex with...
The conference will be held in Cairns, Maryborough and Toowoomba on Wednesday 24 August 2016 and is a great opportunity for people within and beyond Queensland’s disability sector to share information, create new connections, and encourage innovation to make a difference for people with disability...
Disability affects almost 1 in 5 Queenslanders across a range of ages, cultures and locations. The NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) is expected to create between 15,900 and 19,400 additional jobs across Queensland when fully implemented. For more information, watch the video created by...
The National No-Interest-Loan-Scheme (NILS) conference was recently held in June 2016 in Adelaide. The presentations from the conference workshops are now available: Marketing masterchef Are social enterprises the answer? Financial conversations Are you making an ethical decision? The good and the...

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Volunteering Services Australia (VSA) is a national network of community development services, that aim to assist the hundreds of not-for-profit and charitable organisations with the recruitment and management of volunteers. It is a member-based organisation committed to community engagement and...
The Community Resource Handbooks were launched by Volunteering Queensland on 12 May 2015. They consolidate the knowledge gained through Volunteering Queensland's community leadership work with more than 2,000 community groups over the past fifteen years. The handbooks are aimed at small to medium...
This handbook was produced in 2010 by the Queensland Alliance, the peak body for mental health in Queensland. It is a practical approach to helping Sector Development Workers improve their skills and understanding. It provides guidelines on establishing an ethical framework for practice and the...
Are you wanting to connect with First Nations peoples? Do you have job opportunities that need to be promoted to First Nations people? Deadly Futures connects opportunities to community right across this country. Their subscription based model makes it easy and affordable for employers to advertise...
The Queensland Council of Social Service (QCOSS) has produced the Planned Support Guide: an approach to case management for people working in a wide range of community services. If you are a front line worker, supervisor or manager this guide is for you. The guide assists in the development of a...
Youth and Family Service (Logan City) Inc – have developed their YFS Service Delivery Handbook , published in 2012, which they would like to share with the Sector. Youth and Family Service (Logan City) Inc. (YFS) is a community based, not-for-profit organisation, providing planned, innovative...
UPDATE : Safe Work Australia's statement regarding the Impact on Volunteers From 1 January 2012 workplace health and safety laws will be harmonised across Australia and will replace the existing work health and safety legislation in all states, territories and the Commonwealth. While many parts...
Author: 
Joel Ainscough, Queensland University of Technology

In the midst of a changing work environment there are some factors that employers in non-profit organisations may need to consider.

Provided here are some human resource management tips for consideration in the modern Australian workforce.

Work-life balance

The term “Work-...

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Shelley Dunlop, Queensland Council of Social Service

You may have seen the Network Spaces tab at the top of the Community Door site. You may even think Network Spaces is actually Community Door, a common assumption since the whole of Community Door used to be that green colour.

So what is Network Spaces and why would you want to use it?...

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Kristian Schader, Calxa

With the impending roll-out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) looming large in Queensland, some Not-For-Profit service providers in the Townsville region are expressing a feeling of isolation and of being somewhat disconnected.

Responding to this need, Calxa...

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Stacy Field, Workforce Council

Strategic workforce planning is a process of taking a holistic and future focused look at your organisation, its service delivery and its workforce needs into the future. Whilst there is so much uncertainty in our environment, organisations can still explore what is and what could be, and make...

Balancing people and money
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Linda Hayes, Corporate Synergies Australia

There is a growing expectation for organisations to be able to quote the Unit Cost of every service, activity, output and outcome of each program, for each individual, to each government department.  This is already a requirement for child care and aged care, and will be introduced into the...

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Lauren Trask, QuIHN

If we combine the concepts of culture, leadership and governance we acknowledge the philosophy and the fundamental pillars that enable the non-government sector to meet the needs of communities that require support. When I work with an organisation my one question is “what level of quality do...

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Richard Fahy, Lutheran Community Care

Information, knowledge and process management focusses on capturing meaningful and relevant data to assist evidencing multiple areas of an organisation. A few key areas may include:

  1. The organisation is on track and demonstrating it is achieving its strategic goals
  2. The
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Charles Clowes, Australian Organisation For Quality

Within the organisational development toolkit the capability area of quality systems, innovation and improvement refers to staff and client contribution, innovation, quality culture and management, reporting, adaptability and improvement, legislation and risk management.

The...

Author: 
Dr Ruth Knight, Zark Consultancy

Like many other community organisations, you are probably being increasingly asked to demonstrate the outcomes of your programs and services. Outcomes measurement allows you to identify which of your programs and services are successful, and helps you to test assumptions and communicate...

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Author: 
Darren Smith, Breaking New Ground

A new chapter in the story of the not-for-profit sector is being drafted. How do small to medium organisations ensure they're written into the script?

The not-for-profit sector has already experienced significant change and uncertainty over the last few years:

  • funding
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