How To Thrive Under The Ndis

Author: Fran Connelley
Editor: Michael Hanrahan Publishing
ISBN: 9780994372604
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'Fran Connelley's book is a must read "thrival guide" for Board members, CEOs, executives and managers of disability organisations in Australia right now - at this time of huge and exciting (but for some, daunting) change.' - Roger West, Director & Principal Consultant, WestWood Spice IS YOUR ORGANISATION READY FOR THE NDIS? The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is currently transforming the entire Australian disability sector. So much has been written about this massive generational reform, but here at last is a practical pathway for transformational change. How to Thrive Under the NDIS is written for CEOs of disability service organisations seeking to achieve financial sustainability and deliver innovative, best-practice services that meet the needs of people with disabilities. It includes Fran's Seven Steps to Sustainability, as well as interviews with CEOs and thought leaders from Australia and the UK. You'll learn how to: diversify your revenue determine your ideal niche and strategic direction build your brand and spread the word identify the right alliances and partners create a customer-focused culture prepare your Action Plan. With rapidly increasing demand for services, an ageing population, increasing competition from commercial providers and a full-scale rollout of the NDIS commencing June 2016, now is the time for disability providers to reach out to their customer like never before. Fran Connelley, MFIA, BA (Ec.), is Director of FC Marketing, a business that specialises in helping non-profit organisations to build their brands and diversify their income. Over the last 20 years she has worked with many well-known non-profits including Landcare Australia, The Young Endeavour Youth Scheme and the Royal Hospital for Women Foundation. Fran recently raised over $1 million for a small disability charity with a database less than 3,000. She is also the author of the eGuide, 'Managing your Non Profit's Annual Report'."

Workplace Culture And The Ndis

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ISBN: 9781925921403
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DO YOUR EMPLOYEES FEEL HEARD, VALUED AND SUPPORTED? Over the last six years the Australian disability sector has experienced massive disruption due to the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme. In this entirely new marketplace, an organisation's employees are now its most important asset and greatest competitive differentiator. Fran Connelley, author of the bestseller, How to Thrive under the NDIS, turns her attention to workplace culture at a critical time for the Australian disability sector. It is culture that enables people to perform at their best and, in the face of a Royal Commission and the NDIS Commission, it is culture that must become the key business driver for providers in the maturing marketplace. Workplace Culture and the NDIS is written for CEOs looking for practical tools to support their employees and build a vibrant, change tolerant workplace culture. It includes interviews with CEOs and thought leaders. Using jargon free language, Fran outlines a marketer's approach to organisational change based on an authentic, living brand.

Oecd Green Growth Studies Towards Green Growth In Southeast Asia

Author: OECD
Editor: OECD Publishing
ISBN: 9264224106
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Carried out in consultation with officials and researchers from across the region, Towards Green Growth in Southeast Asia provides a framework for regional leaders to design their own solutions to move their countries towards green growth.

Socialist India

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Sheila Lukins All Around The World Cookbook

Author: Sheila Lukins
Editor: Workman Publishing
ISBN: 0761172017
Size: 20,17 MB
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A culinary genius who helped change the way America eats, Sheila Lukins is the cook behind the phenomenal success of The Silver Palate Cookbooks and The New Basics Cookbook, with over 5 million copies in print. Now Sheila embarks on her first solo journey, visiting 33 countries on a cooks tour of cuisines, ingredients, and tastes. The result is pure alchemy--a new kind of American cookbook that reinterprets the best of the worlds food in 450 dazzling, original recipes. In addition, there are new wines to discover, menus to experiment with, ingredients to learn, spice cabinets to raid--and travelogues to savor. Main selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club's HomeStyle Books and Better Homes & Gardens Family Book Service; and selection of the Quality Paperback Book Club.

District Development Plan 1994 1996 Kirinyaga

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Edge Of Empire

Author: Dr Christian Tripodi
Editor: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409482200
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Britain's often rather ad hoc approach to colonial expansion in the nineteenth century resulted in a variety of imaginative solutions designed to exert control over an increasingly diverse number of territories. One such instrument of government was the political officer. Created initially by the East India Company to manage relations with the princely rulers of the Indian States, political offers developed into a mechanism by which the government could manage its remoter territories through relations with local power brokers; the policy of 'indirect rule'. By the beginning of the twentieth century, political officers were providing a low-key, affordable method of exercising British control over 'native' populations throughout the empire, from India to Africa, Asia to Middle East. In this study, the role of the political officer on the Western Frontier of India between 1877–1947 is examined in detail, providing an account of the personalities and mechanisms of colonial influence/tribal control in what remains one of the most unstable regions in the world today. It charts the successes, failures, dangers and attractions of a system of power by proxy and examines how, working alone in one of the most dangerous and lawless corners of the Empire, political officers strove to implement the Crown's policies across the North-West Frontier and Baluchistan through a mixture of conflict and collaboration with indigenous tribal society. In charting their progress, the book provides a degree of historical context for those engaging in ambitious military operations in the same region, seeking to increasingly rely on the support of tribal chiefs, warlords and former enemies in order for new administrations to function. As such this book provides not only a fascinating account of key historical events in Anglo–Indian colonial history, but also provides a telling insight and background into an increasingly seductive aspect of contemporary political and military strategy.