Developing CEOs of not-for-profits

Amanda runs CEO forums for CEOs of not-for-profits to provide professional development through structured conversations among with peers.

CEOs of not-for-profits know there are things they just can't share with their senior team or board. And they're curious about what others in their field are thinking about their role as a CEO.

 

Amanda facilitates the bimonthly meetings of the forum to provide a collaborative and confidential environment. Each group is made up of 12 members who Amanda carefully selects to ensure they're well matched. 

Executives in the private and government sectors know the benefits of their CEO groups. CEOs in the 'third' sector should have it too. 

 

At each meeting forum members share triumphs and problems, present talks on topics selected by the group and spend time discussing current problems. 

 

Members join by annual subscription for six sessions a year. The sessions are held between 8.00 am and 11.00 am over a light breakfast.

 

Email Amanda about joining a CEO forum.

Policy and advocacy training

Check out Amanda's webinar for Pro Bono Australia on How NGOs can make public policies with impact. Over 100 people from NGOs all over Australia joined in.

Amanda's program covers the methods for developing public policy, the role of not-for-profits in public policy, points of influence and writing a successful policy brief.  

 

Email Amanda to inquire about training.

Promoting bold career decisions

Amanda co-founded The Women's Table in 2013 to support women running a small business or consultancy, exploring options after redundancy, or starting a new life post migration.

 

TWT aims to give women the confidence to make bold decisions about their careers and business opportunities. It's created a thriving network of like minded professionals.

 

Amanda co-hosted the monthly lunches with inspiring speakers, a chance to share information and time for trouble shooting.

There's always lots of laughter, new friendships and extraordinary life stories. To find out more go here.