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Busting the myths about partnership success

Linda Garnett,
26 October 2023

History books are full of things we once thought to be true but are actually false. For centuries people believed that the earth was flat and that beyond the outer edge there were sea dragons. 

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How to build a brand identity that people REALLY connect with.

Darren Taylor,
19 October 2023

There’s a reason millions of us choose to spend time and money supporting gaggles of sporty folk as they chase balls around fields or Harry Styles prance about on stage.

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Protecting Wellbeing

Leanne Hart,
25 August 2023

How to positively influence workplace wellbeing to protect your people. When it comes to protecting the wellbeing of people at work, I like to think of it as the sum of all the parts.  

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Policy and Charity Advocacy

Neil Pharaoh,
11 July 2023

Community Foundations have a unique role in being able to convene smaller organisations, to help them uplift, engage and connect to election cycles.

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The lowdown on political parties

Neil Pharaoh,
26 June 2023

With winter recess almost upon us, and Federal Parliamentarians preparing for their electorate return after the budget, another key highlight of the political season begins: Labor’s National Conference and Liberal’s Federal Council.

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Building Capability: Bringing a Vision to Life

Megan Buntine,
23 June 2023

Most not-for-profits have some sort of a Vision – even if they don’t necessarily articulate it that way – otherwise it’s unlikely that they would continue to exist for very long.

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Happenings on the Hill – Budget Edition

Neil Pharaoh,
23 June 2023

Tanck’s Neil Pharaoh dives into your options, challenges, and opportunities from the recent Australian Federal Budget.

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Good Governance: The Elephant in the Room

Megan Buntine,
22 May 2023

Let’s address the elephant in the room, shall we…is governance boring?

Well, I think that depends entirely on how you look at it. It can certainly seem boring if you let it, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Believe it or not, if you approach it the right way, good governance can actually be quite inspiring. And that’s how I like to think about it.

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Building Capability: Corporate Social Responsibility – How can it benefit your NFP?

Megan Buntine,
04 May 2023

 The concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) seems to have gained momentum in recent years, and more and more business – large and small – are recognising the need to be a good corporate citizen, and focus on doing things ethically, responsibly, and in a way that adds value to the world, whilst also making their profits.

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Building Capability: The importance of good Succession Planning

Megan Buntine,
11 April 2023

It seems like nearly every not-for-profit organisation I talk to these days is struggling to find people willing to put up their hands for positions on their Boards (or Committees of Management).

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