Managing Chapters Within Associations (Webinar)
Chapters are subsets within an association - often geographical and sometimes a cohort of membership with a particular specialisation. They differ from independent state or territory entities within a federation because Chapters comprise the members of the association themselves.
- Why chapters are a powerful part of an association
- The role of chapters: a local voice of members and assistance in the delivery of member services
- Documenting terms of reference for a chapter
- Financial, staffing and event considerations
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ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
John Peacock AM, Chief Executive Officer, Associations Forum
John is one of Australia’s most experienced advisors to associations and charities and is a thought leader for the associations sector. He is a regular presenter, both nationally and internationally, on matters essential to the governance and operations of associations, charities and other mutual bodies.
Since 2000, John has trained and consulted to hundreds of associations and charities, large and small, on strategic planning, governance, Board effectiveness, operations, restructuring, financial issues and external reviews.
His particular areas of specialisation are mergers of associations and developing association plans that can be translated into actions, budgets and job descriptions.
Tony Gleeson, Associations Advisor, Associations Forum
Tony is a versatile and energetic Associations Advisor who brings strong commercial acumen and an enterprising style gained via holding key positions within both professional services and not-for-profit organisations, including Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers, CPA Australia, and as Chief Executive of the Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air-conditioning and Heating (AIRAH).
He has extensive leadership and management expertise that has given him the ability to see the bigger picture and identify opportunities to develop initiatives that allow for organisations vision to become a reality. This work has also given him the ability to read the political environment, understand the differing points of view, and find the common threads that allow for greater understanding and the opportunities to again reach consensus and move forward.