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96 minutes | Jul 29, 2021
Admissions & The Law Podcast
Ben Foley will facilitate an engaging workshop where you will discuss three worthwhile Admissions or Enrolment scenarios: Enrolling a student from a separated family that is not amicable; Enrolling a student that has a ‘learnings’ based disability; and Statements made orally or in print in relation to what a school can offer and the possible implications under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) if statements are misleading.
59 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
Transgender Law SIG Podcast
All students, including those who identify as transgender, have a right to be treated equitably and with dignity. A student who has identified as transgender enjoys the same legal rights or protections afforded to all students under the duty of care, education and work health and safety laws. Additional protections apply to such students under discrimination law. Do you have a full understanding of the legalities in relation to Transgender Enrolments law? David Ford – Partner in the Business, Personal and Communities & Associations groups at Carroll & O’Dea Lawyers who focuses on helping educational institutions and charities – speaks on Transgender Enrolments Law.
59 minutes | Jul 13, 2021
Building an effective advancement program for a residential college: One college’s journey
Between 2014 and the present, Burgmann College, an independent Residential College on the Australian National University campus, has worked to develop its Advancement program from simple beginnings to a systematic approach. In conversation, Principal Sally Renouf and newly appointed Director of Advancement, Amelia Zaraftis will discuss with Global Philanthropic’s Colin Taylor and Chanel Hughes, Burgmann College’s seven year journey from its first fundraising plan to a programmed approach to fundraising that is showing significant dividends in the College’s 50th year.Intended for staff of Residential Colleges at all levels, especially those considering starting an advancement program for the first time, the hour-long interactive discussion will range from the stops-and-starts of early advancement, through forming a compelling Case for Support, all the way to the College’s first solicited gifts and its vision for advancement in the future. The conversation will take in the influence that engagement with senior alumni can bring, the sense of community that regular communication delivers and the role of planning and testing in winning internal support and building organisational confidence.Sally, Amelia, Chanel and Colin look forward to sharing their tips and tricks for navigating these difficult first years in Advancement.
56 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Capital campaigns can be daunting and feel overwhelming. Sometimes you can have a very high figure to reach, attached to an overarching goal. Join with Catherine Middlemiss MBA, GAICD, Director of Development, Marketing and Communications, Sacred Heart Geelong who will openly share her experience in capital campaign set up and delivery. What does it really take for a successful capital campaign? If you follow some key steps, you’ll be able to expand your institution’s good work and deliver on your campaign goals.
58 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Fundraising Major Gifts Podcast
Presentation by Pamela Sutton-Legaud on major giving for schools and universities, PAFs and structuring your major giving program. She will look at the steps involved – identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, stewardship. She will also highlight the resourcing and time involved in making your major gifts successful.
53 minutes | May 4, 2021
Women In Philanthropy Podcast
Unique new research reveals role and influence of women in Australian philanthropy In an Australian first, Kim Downes will present the key findings of a unique research project investigating how Australian women engage in philanthropy. The research has been carried out through a mix of one-on-one interviews and surveys with some of Australia’s leading female donors. The research explores a range of questions such as: women’s attitudes and motivations to giving; what role women play in the decision-making of major philanthropy; differences in how men and women give; and what kind of stewardship and recognition women prefer.
53 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
The Critical Steps For The Ideal Enrolment
Exclusive for NZ schools, founders of Enquiry Tracker, Greg & Antony Campitelli will take you through the keys to make your Enrolment Journey go from good to great using the very latest in ‘smart’ online technology. Discover how a software platform can deliver you enormous savings in time; provide instant analytics for key reports; create comprehensive audit trails; all the while delivering amazing improvements in customer service.
55 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
NSW/ACT Fundraising SIG I Effective Communications for Fundraising
59 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
This presentation will discuss how to ascertain what “good” looks like post 2020, and will cover topics such as hybrid working and performance management. It’s critical now, more than ever, that we lead in drastically different ways than we ever have before. As we now navigate the fallout from COVID-19, we will be tested by situations for which processes do not exist, in which there is no such thing as “business as usual.” Joydeep Hor is the People + Culture Strategies Founder and Managing Principal. He is one of Australia’s most well-known workplace relations lawyers.
62 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
Marketing SIG Podcast
How has marketing evolved over the last year? What is normal in a post COVID environment. Huma Cheema (Canberra Grammar School)Kelly Mancey (Pymble Ladies’ College) and Geoff Anderson (Sonic Sight) will discuss how school marketing has changed and the different ways video is being used.
47 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
NSW SIG Alumni Podcast
As we move beyond COVID what are the challenges and opportunities in regards to engaging with our Alumni? Sandy Goddard (Canberra Grammar School) and Dionne Molina (Hunter Valley Grammar School) review their plans for 2021.
56 minutes | Mar 9, 2021
Admissions Interview Strategies & Techniqu
'The Enrolment Interview: strategies and techniques' There were a lot of valuable key take away's from this session. Our three presenters shared their experience and ideas for effective interview techniques and Admissions processes.
65 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
Enquiry Tracker Podcast
Part 1: The Challenge The challenges schools face when managing and processing applications Why online applications will be the new norm within next 2 years How instant analytics plays a critical part in achieving key goals for your school Part 2: The Solution – Exclusive Launch As this exclusive event, we are thrilled to have Enquiry Tracker launch their latest product Apply, the admissions solution of your dreams! Do not miss out on this opportunity to be at the forefront of this sector and learn about the latest product to simplify the admissions process.
25 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
Mentoring Q & A Audio
with The Mentor Evolution - a brief Q & A session
40 minutes | Nov 29, 2020
Self Care Podcast - Tertiary
As we find ourselves still working remotely or adjusting to reintegration its great to talk about some of the wins and losses and some of the permanent changes to the way we work in advancement.
65 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
Podcast NSW Admissions SIG
A discussion on whether there is a need for school expos? What is the way of the future? Will everything be virtual or is there value in F2F?
63 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
Podcast Communications Pt 2
The 4th session in the series focusses on achieving maximum impact with Alumni and donor communications. We discuss the following topics in detail: Maximising limited resources Creating inspiring annual giving comms The Print vs Electronic debate How often should we communicate? The Power of Segmentation What to measure Final tips for driving two-way engagement
46 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
Podcast Alumni Pt
Join us for the second of our two part Alumni SIG as we develop our ideas from Part 1 to determine what 2021 might look like. Which of the innovations and ideas from this COVID-19 year will we continue to implement within our programs? How might our 2021 look after the absence of events in 2020? How will you be compensating for the missed engagement opportunities from 2020? We look forward to sharing our knowledge and utilising our significant membership benefits.
50 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
Podcast Tertiary Advancement In COVID
COVID19 forced many of us to change quickly to new ways of working. It has required a rapid reassessment of when and how we should continue to deliver great donor and alumni engagement and to consider whether these are temporary or permanent measures. Although COVID19 has presented enormous challenges for most people either at a personal and/or professional level, having our hand forced has in many ways given rise to the realisation that not everything about our new way of doing things is bad. In fact, in some areas adapting and adopting new programs and new methods of delivering has delivered positive change. In this session we will hear from a range of practitioners, sharing case studies of what worked well when the crises first hit, what is here to stay beyond the pandemic, and why. Join Kate Robertson, Executive Director of Advancement at the University of Tasmania, Graeme Mullin, Development Manager at the University of Otago and Lucy Moore, Senior Development Manager at QUT (Queensland University of Technology) to share the best of what we have learned these past 6 months to improve our professional practice for the long term.
56 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
VIC Alumni SIG Pt 1 Podcast
Listen to the first of this two part interactive SIG to listen to how we have changed, innovated and adapted our Alumni Relations program this year without face to face gatherings. We discuss some of the ideas that have succeeded and perhaps some that haven’t! This is your opportunity to learn from others within our vast network of Educate Plus Alumni professionals.
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