Measuring success of placed based approaches

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Level 13, Tower Three, International Towers Exchange Place, 300, Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000

(all participants to come to level 14 first)

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Measuring success of placed based approaches

Join SIMNA NSW for our next event where we will learn from those giving outcomes measurement a go in place-based approaches.

Doug Taylor from Uniting will facilitate the panel, which includes Kerry Graham from Collaboration for Impact, David Lilley from Holos Consulting and Alison Harwood from The Smith Family.

This is a superb opportunity to hear from some of the leaders in the field and gain valuable insights into what works and what doesn’t.

The event is on Tuesday 3rd April and is being hosted by Lendlease.

Tickets are $15 (FREE for SIMNA Members!).

Places are limited, so be sure to register today.


About this workshop

We are pleased to be able to convene a panel of experts who have gained considerable experience in placed based approaches. Current examples from around NSW will be provided to understand advances in data and shared measurement work.

Each panellist will provide insights from their experience, and our facilitator, Doug will lead us in an interactive session with members (which is such a key component of our SIMNA events).

About our speakers

Kerry has worked in social change for over 20 years. Her purpose is to evolve the way social change happens in Australia for the benefit of young people.

Kerry is a Founder & Director of Collaboration for Impact – Australia’s leading organisation for enabling people to tackling big, tough problems and create large scale impact through collaboration. Kerry also lectures on collaborative practice with Centre for Social Impact at University of New South Wales.

Prior to this Kerry held executive roles within national non-profit organisations and advised governments on social policy. She holds qualifications in public policy, law, social work and community management.

David has been working on placed based collaboration since 1999. In this time, he has initiated and led Collective Impact initiatives, worked as a Social Sustainability Consultant, and held a Vesting Fellowship at the City Futures Research Centre (University of New South Wales). David is currently Principal Consultant at Holos Consulting and an Associate at Collaboration for Impact.

Alison has a passion for families, communities and the environment. This has led her to work alongside people as a collaborator in positive change.

Alison is currently leading the Ready Set Go project which takes collaboration to the next level. It uses a Collective Impact approach to support the school readiness and success of Aboriginal children across the whole community. The project brings together a coalition of stakeholders who have the knowledge, passion and skills to make a difference in the lives of Aboriginal children and the environments that surround them.

About our facilitator

Doug Taylor is a Director at Uniting where he is responsible for Disability, Early Learning and Home Care services. He has built a 25-year professional career domestically and internationally in the social sector out of his passion for social impact. These interests are manifest in his membership of the Board of the Australian Centre for Social Innovation and the Advisory Boards of the Centre for Social Impact Advisory Board and the Community Services Industry Alliance Reform Council. He is also a Community Fellow at Western Sydney University, where he sits on the School of Business Advisory Committee. He has completed Post Graduate studies in management and Australian History, is a graduate of the Australian Institute for Company Directors and has completed the Stanford Executive Non Profit Leadership Program. .



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Date and Time: Tuesday 3rd April at 7.30am – 9.30am. Drinks and a light breakfast will be provided before the panel discussion begins at 8.00am.


Venue: Level 13, Tower Three, International Towers Exchange Place, 300, Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000 (all participants required to first visit L14)


Bookings: This event costs $15 to attend (Free to SIMNA members). Places are limited, so be sure to register today!


Enquiries: Matt Bevan (mbevan@uniting.org) or 0414 342 369

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Lendlease

Level 13, Tower Three, International Towers Exchange Place, 300, Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000

(all participants to come to level 14 first)

Australia

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