From learning to leading – organisational health
Using organisational health research Barnardos Australia devised key initiatives focussing on talent growth, execution excellence and system shaping to strengthen their organisation. The Barnardos Australia...
Non-profit leader scholarships unlock impressive results
Bec Johnson and Adam Davids are Australian Scholarships Foundation alumni ambassadors and not-for-profit scholarships recipients who have experienced the immense value of leadership education to support their careers in the sector.
Scholar insights - Sonia Di Mezza
As the Chief Executive Officer of Loddon Campaspe Multicultural Services Sonia Di Mezza helps deliver essential services, strengthen communities and provide a platform for people...
Developing leaders for a better society
To deliver on their mission, purpose-driven organisations rely ultimately on their ethically motivated and highly dedicated staff, yet they often struggle to provide the professional development opportunities that will attract and retain the right people.
Breaking the cycle
Demand is growing for a place where not-for-profit leaders can discover the learning and development they need.
The great attrition – how to retain and grow talent
The number of people globally looking to leave their job in the next six months is around 40%. Our latest research with McKinsey & Company,...
Scholar insights - three questions
We ask our scholarship winners from not-for-profit organisations three questions to help not-for-profit staff in their roles. Hear insights from Zac Lewis, CEO at Western...
CEO insights - The keys to a healthy workplace
It makes sense that Life Education NSW would walk the talk and prioritise health and wellbeing in the same way their mascot, Healthy Harold, teaches...
Paying what it takes for Australian NFPs to create long-term impact
New research from Social Ventures Australia (SVA) and the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) has found that not-for-profit organisations across Australia are, in general, not...
Our research shows that 90 per cent of these not-for-profit scholars would not have had the opportunity to study without a scholarship, yet 93 per cent noted improved job performance.