It's a hard road managing a small not-for-profit. All the questions you’d like to ask, all the things you need to know. You're tired of conferences that are full of ideas that are impossible to implement with your limited resources. Conferences that don't seem to address the real issues that exist in your world of work. Yeah, well we are too!
The North-West Collective, with the support of Christchurch City Council, are presenting a conference aimed at managers and leaders in local grass-roots, small to medium community organisations.
If that’s you, come join with us at Hapori 2021!
8:00 AM Registration opens
8:30 AM Conference opening
8:45 AM Chris Jansen - Collective Approaches to Complex Social Issues
9:45 AM Facilitated Networking & Morning Tea
10:45 AM Workshop Session 1
- Financial Sustainability - Yeah Right! - Kate Frykberg
Helpful thoughts on the pursuit of financial sustainability in your organisation. Kate will provide possibilities and help the conversations we need to have in moving towards becoming financially sustainable.
- Social Media in 2021 - How to leverage Facebook/Instagram for your organisation - Clive Antony
Are you currently using social media for your organisation and noticing that your results aren't improving even though you're putting in the effort? There's a good chance it isn't your fault! Facebook has been constantly changing its policies which in turn has changed the algorithm. Join Clive Antony from Antony & Mates - Digital Content + Advisory to discuss these changes and what your organisation can do to capitalise on social media moving forward.Clive will be discussing, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn* and how to leverage the paid advertising tools to ensure you can reach the audiences you need! *If time and interest permits, there may be a conversation about Tiktok and how that is sweeping the attention of Gen Z!
- Collaboration in Practice - Forum panel facilitated by Chris Jansen
Collaboration isn't just a buzz word for the age, but a necessity in today's community sector. This workshop is a facilitated discussion around how to achieve effective collaboration between organisations from those who've done it including some real life stories from the field.
12:00 PM Lunch
12:45 PM Christine Taua-fahey - Self-care As a Proactive and Holistic Practice
1:45 PM Workshop Session 2 (repeated Sessions From Workshop 1)
2:45 PM Facilitated Networking & Afternoon Tea
3:45 PM Fund-dating - Meet and Greet With Local Funders
4:45 PM Closing
You will be able to choose your workshop options during the ticketing process. Please fill out all the necessary fields so we know where to put you!
More information and a programme can be downloaded from our website
COVID-19 Policy and Code of Practice:
Hapori will be held at Alert Levels 1 and Level 2. Tickets are limited to 100 people and the event organisers will follow the Government recommended practices for holding events at whichever alert level we are at on the day.
In the event we are at Level 3 or Level 4, Hapori will be postponed to a date yet to be determined. In the event we need to cancel the conference, a full refund, minus ticketing fees, will be given.