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October 2021

ENFP Program: Financial Management

ENFP Program: Financial Management

By Business, Financial Management

Throughout 2021 as part of their ENFP Program, Community has presented the topics of governance, risk & compliance, strategic planning, and innovation & technology. Underpinning these areas of focus is Financial Management. Register for this Webinar to learn from NFP specialists from practise recommendations to case studies.

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360° reviews days are numbered

360° reviews days are numbered

By Business, People & Culture

“360 reviews, ‘culture pulses’ and staff surveys are the go-to tools for leadership evaluation and understanding company culture, but ‘shadow values and principles’ stop them from revealing the full picture. Here are three steps to identify and address shadow values to better understand you company’s culture.”

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12 Scientifically Backed Ways to Reduce Stress

12 Scientifically Backed Ways to Reduce Stress

By Mental Health, Personal

“Studies conclude that after the declaration by the WHO that Covid-19 had become a pandemic, “there has been a dramatic rise in the prevalence of mental health problems both nationally and globally.” The rising stress levels are associated with fear of contracting the coronavirus, quarantines, physical distancing, and various degrees of lockdown introduced by many countries worldwide.”

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CSI’s and CSIA’s 2020 report, Moving the conversation forward: Calling for change in the community services sector

CSI’s and CSIA’s 2020 report, Moving the conversation forward: Calling for change in the community services sector

By Board & Governance, Business

“A partnership between the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) UNSW and the Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA) has examined a decade of reforms for the community services sector, scrutinising over 92 Commonwealth-level reviews from the Productivity Commission, Royal Commissions and Senate Enquiries.

The research found that these bodies have been making the same recommendations year after year, suggesting that the government is caught in a continuous cycle of reviews without fully enacting or implementing recommendations.”

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