Everyone in Australia benefits from those 600,000 Not-for-Profit organisations that address social disadvantage, education, well-being, community cohesion, sports, biodiversity, artistic creation, cultural heritage, and more.
Meanwhile, rapid changes, public reforms, growing demand, and increased competition require Not-for-Profit organisations and their employees and volunteers to innovate, adapt, and compete to deliver greater social impact.
Research shows that the ability of Australian Not-for-Profit organisations to respond to environmental challenges and to realise their mission depends to a substantial extent on the knowledge, skills, and abilities of their people.
Learning for Purpose™ is an initiative led by the Centre for Social Impact, The University of Western Australia Business School and embraces this reality by taking a long term and evidence-based approach to inform and empower all stakeholders so they can reach their full potential for an even better Australia. More information here.
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