How to Build Authentic & Lasting Corporate Relationships
Instructor: Dr. Wendy Scaife, Queensland University of Technology
Wellington – 17 November
Christchurch – 21 November
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
This Course Will Help You Get it Right
So many of our organisations could really use the transformative power of strong corporate links, but companies are telling us our organisations have got a lot to learn about winning and keeping their support.
So come along for some focused hours to help you think and act in ways that maximise corporate involvement.
What is Covered
We’ll be working in an interactive way to take away some key principles and tips, such as:
• Assessing whether your organisation is ready and able.
• How trends in companies, customers, fundraising and society impact corporate relationships.
• How to build the case for corporate support.
• How to get the relationship off to the right start with the right goals
• What it means to be donor-centred in the corporate relationship context.
• Understanding mutual benefit and shared value and values.
• How to build trust and satisfaction so you have not just good corporate relationships but great ones.
• And more!
Prices (Incl. GST)
$299 for FINZ members
$349 for non members
Morning tea and lunch included.
About the Instructor
Presenter Dr. Wendy Scaife, EMFIA, FPRIA, Acting Director at the Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies has worked in, researched and taught fundraising for 25 years and is a past FINZ conference speaker.
She holds volunteer roles with FIA, AFP and CAF, among other sector organisations. Wendy came into fundraising many years ago from a corporate communication background and focused her master of business research thesis on how corporate marketing managers can optimise their support of community organisations. Wendy has led teams raising significant dollars and support from successful community partnerships.
She is a former state CEO and national deputy CEO of a major Australian health charity and also chairs a small heritage project and serves on a disaster grantmaking committee.