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NDS Leadership Innovation Network - Organisational Leadership and Culture

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RACV/RACT Apartment Hotel

154-156 Collins Street

Hobart, TAS 7000

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NDS invites executives to join the NDS Leadership Innovation Network for 2017-18.

The NDS Leadership Innovation Network has been established to support executives working in the disability and related sectors to manage organisations through complex change.

Led by Rhys Edwards of RDME Consulting, and engaging a series of guest speakers, the 6 part workshop program will cover topics on:

  1. Adaptive leadership - 29th August 2017 Completed
  2. Innovation and customer centricity - 26th September 2017 Completed
  3. Quality and Safeguarding - 8th November 2017 Completed
  4. Organisational Leadership and Culture - 6th March 2018 - registration open
  5. Innovation and reform lessons from other industries - 6th March 2018
  6. Ethical leadership and Decision Making - early May 2018 (TBA)

The workshops are designed to provide a relaxed environment that will enable exposure to new ideas and ways of thinking and, a space for reflection and discussion with peers.


Workshop Four - Organisational Leadership and Culture.

“Who is responsible for our culture?”

“How do you ingrain a set of values and behaviours that guide the conduct of all the people in your organisation?"

"How does an organisation hold itself accountable for its ethical standards?"

Overview - Our last session with James Bannister from NDS showed the importance the right organisational culture plays in achieving our quality and safeguarding goals.
Yet the recent AICD NFP Governance and Performance Study states that culture is front of mind for many not for profit organisations but nevertheless may be at the bottom of the agenda.

In this session we will focus on the role of leaders in creating the right organisational culture both at the board and executive level.

Speakers - We are very lucky to have Phil Butler Sector Leader, Not-for-Profit, from the Australian Institute of Company Directors joining us for this interactive session. Phil will take us through the AICD NFP Governance and Performance study drawing out the essential issues in relation to governance and culture.

Joining Phil will be Greg Johannes, former Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet and past Chair Relationships Australia (TAS), and Graham Flower consultant and current Chair of Colony 47, each bringing a wealth of experience in major change programs and how to influence culture in organisations experiencing reforms.

Please join us on the 6th March 2018 in the Stables Room at the RACV/RACT Apartment Hotel at 156 Collins Street, Hobart from 5.30pm

Please contact Lyndell George on 6212 7308 for any enquiries.

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