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Welcome to the official home of AuSAE TV.


Launched in 2015, AusAE TV is a collection of pre-recorded webcast and on-demand webinar interviews on topics highly relevant to the Australasian Society of Association Executives not-for-profit professional members. 

HOW IT WORKS


AuSAE TV enables not-for-profit professionals to gain valuable  insights from sector leaders willing to share their real life experiences.

These insights, both lessons learn and successes, just may be the key to advancing your career or setting yourself on the path to achieve your organisations vision.

All episodes are complimentary to view for AuSAE Members.

FOR MORE INFORMATION


For more information or to participate in future episodes of AuSAE TV, please contact Kerrie Lucas, Events and Communications Manager at AuSAE on kerrie@ausae.org.au

To begin your own webinar on-demand project, contact Sara Gonzalez, Marketing Director at Redback Conferencing on sara.gonzalez@redbackconferencing.com.au


15 MINUTE EPISODES

CEO Exchange - July 2015
Val Southam - CEO, WMAA
Tune in to watch Val Southam describe her time at Waste Management Association of Australia (WMAA) since 2001 and explains what a good CEO looks like and the leadership style that has worked for her internally with her staff and also externally with stakeholders, members and partners.

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CEO Exchange - July 2015
Tim McKibbon - CEO, REINSW
Watch Tim describe his past 10 years with the Real Estate Institute of NSW and his vision for the future. He touches on the benefits of face to face interaction with regional members; allowing the executive team to gain a wealth of knowledge they would otherwise not  have access to.

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Excellence Interview - July 2015
Sara Gonzalez - Marketing Director, Redback Conferencing
Key takeaways from this episode include ensuring your organisation does not cannibalise face to face attendance and the finding that often virtual attendees can be a great marketing tool for future in person registrations.

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CEO Exchange - June 2015
Richard Lawrence - CEO, HIMAA
Richard explains major issues facing his industry, how he as a leader can help address these issues, his diverse and interesting career path from actor to CEO and his advice on a career in the not-for-profit sector.

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Excellence Interview - June 2015
Brianna Case Atkinson - CEO, Australian Childcare Alliance NSW
Brianna shares her tips about being a leader in the advocacy environment; you need to be passionate but not necessarily a subject matter expert. She shares the do's and don'ts in achieving your organisational goals.

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CEO Exchange - May 2015
Fiona Davies - CEO, Australian Medical Association NSW
Fiona explains AMA NSW's challenges and triumphs in relation to their lobbying work, governance, representing and the broad range of member interests, managing diversity and generational memberships. 

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Excellence Interview - May 2015
Roslyn Atkinson - Head of Client Services & Strategy, Mahlab Media
Roslyn explains how to measure your content which she explains links directly to membership retention and growth. She also describes the importance  of creating a sense of belonging with your content as this has been found to be the key driver for membership engagement.

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CEO Exchange - April 2015
Matthew Fisher - CEO, Chiropractors Association of Australia
Every month AuSAE interviews a senior leader from the not-for-profit sector. A discussion ensues on current industry trends, organisational challenges and successes with the view to share valuable insights with other AuSAE members.

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Excellence Interview - April 2015
Jessie Harman - Rotary Volunteer
Hear from Dr. Jessie Harman (Director of Partnerships and Commercial Engagement Federation University Australia and Rotary Zone Coordinator) about key volunteer engagement issues and how organisations must actively respond to lifestyle and generational factors to appeal to existing and potential volunteers in 2015.

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Excellence Interview - April 2015

Lyn Goodear - CEO, AHRI
Lyn shares her leadership journey and some key learnings and insights she has gained along the way. She will also share strategies on coping with rapid change and growth, lessons for new CEO's and how to identify and define your organisation's ultimate purpose. 

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CEO Exchange - March 2015
Michelle Goldman, CEO - Asthma NSW
Every month AuSAE interviews a senior leader from the not-for-profit sector. A discussion ensues on current industry trends, organisational challenges and successes with the view to share valuable insights with other AuSAE members.

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Excellence Interview - March 2015
Jill Mills - Project Manager, Cancer Council
Online Events have been widely known to increase member engagement - but where do you begin? In this interview Jill discusses how a cleverly laid out marketing plan has contributed to the success of Cancer Council NSW's Webinar Series. 

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Excellence Interview - March 2015
Sarah Sladek - CEO, XYZ University
This month the Author of "The End of Membership As We Know It" and Knowing Y - Engage the Next Generation Now" joins AuSAE TV. In this episode hear Sarah's views on the future of association membership and tips to engage with Generation Y.

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CEO Exchange - February 2015
Graham Catt - CEO, Australian Veterinary Association
A discussion ensues on current industry trends, organisational challenges and successes with the view to share valuable insights with other AuSAE members.

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Excellence Interview - February 2015
Peggy Hoffman - Director, Mariner Management USA

To be successful in engaging members as volunteers, we have to match our volunteer programs to our volunteers' aspirations and interests. In this episode Peggy will discuss how to evaluate your volunteer programs to meet the needs of the 'new' volunteer.

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ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

On-Demand Webinar -Increase the Lifetime Value of Your Customers                     Colin Walker - HR Assured
This webinar will outline the importance of member engagement and why associations should be treating feedback as a vital business tool. It will also introduce the Net Promoter Score (NPS), a management tool that acts as a leading indicator of growth and can be used to gauge the loyalty of associations member relationships.

During this webinar, AuSAE's partner PaySmart will outline the following key areas:

> How to increase the value of your members
>The potential value through referral
> Measuring NPS for your association
> The fundamental dimensions of loyalty - Head and Heart
> Bench - marketing through NPS


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On-Demand Webinar - Driving Success Through Employment Relations                         Nick Tindley - HR Assured
In an environment where user pays is king, Associations are increasingly asked to deliver more to demonstrate the benefits, and therefore value, of membership. The challenge in a competitive market is to achieve this without adding unsustainable costs.

This webinar will present case studies on how FCB has partnered with a number of Associations to enhance the membership proposition in a cost effective way, and also to improve the ability of the Association to manage its own internal employment issues. It includes:

> High quality employment relations services driving membership growth
>Rebates and commissions delivering revenue back into the Association
> Discounting services in a preferred supplier arrangement
> Support on internal employee management
> Training and development to promote better workforce management
> Guidance and support for Associations to better deal with internal employment challenges


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On-Demand Webinar - The CEO's Governance Toolbox Series Part 2/3: The CEO's Guide to Effective Board Meetings Michelle Trute, Diabetes Queensland
This three part webinar series, delivered by sector professionals, is designed to provide CEO's with practical strategies and guidance to enable you to maximise your board's performance and work together to achieve your organisations' purpose.

In Part 2, Michelle Trute (Chief Executive Officer, Diabetes Queensland) will share her insights in relation to “A CEO’s Guide to Effective Board Meetings.” Themes covered will include:

> The role of the CEO
> Optimising the board meeting
> Structure of the meeting
> Meeting efficiencies
> Best practice

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On-Demand Webinar - The CEO's Governance Toolbox Series Part 1/3: Association Governance Webinar, Working with your Board                                            Damian Mitsch - APodC 
This three part webinar series, delivered by sector professionals, is designed to provide CEO's with practical strategies and guidance to enable you to maximise your board's performance and work together to achieve your organisations' purpose.

In Part 1, Damian Mitsch (CEO Australasian Podiatry Council) will share his insight in relation to "Working with your Board". Themes covered include:

> Working with th board you've got
> Getting Authority and Accountability right
> Setting expectations/working with the Chair
> Guiding director elections to get the right directors
> Director Induction
> Engaging outside the boardroom
> Supporting board evaluations
> Resources
n? Is there scope for co-opted directors?
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On-Demand Webinar - Is your Constitution Healthy or on Life Support?
Vera Visevic - Mills Oakley Lawyers
This webinar will provide a summary of the key things to look for when doing a constitution health-check. It is essential that a constitution works for the organisation in the good times and the bad times.
This webinar will address the key aspects of your constitution including:

> Objects: Are your objects consistent with current activities, website and future direction? Are your activities within the ambit of your objects clause? Did you know your organisation’s tax status depends on your objects clause?
> Membership structure: Does your membership structure work for your organisation? Are there historical reasons why certain classes of membership exist which are not needed?
> Board structure: Is the structure of the current board the best structure for the organisation? Is there scope for co-opted directors?
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On-Demand Webinar - Saying 'I do' to Mergers
Vera Visevic - Mills Oakley Lawyers
Charities and other not-for-profits are increasingly considering the merit, or otherwise, of mergers. Financial difficulties, executive turnover, membership demands and industry consolidation may result in not-for-profits needing to join forces. If your charity or not-for-profit is considering a merger, take part in this special webinar to have your questions answered, including:

> What is the current climate surrounding mergers

> Why merge?
> How do you find the right partner and assess potential compatibility?
> How do you plan the wedding and ensure you make it all the way down the aisle?
> What makes a happy marriage?