Is your business tackling social problems, working to improve our community, providing access to employment and training or helping the environment?

If so your business or organisation can be described as a social enterprise. For Aboriginal community organisations wishing to shift their income away from donations and grants towards income generated from business activity, this may be a new way of thinking of the work your organisation. WALAN MAYINYGU has a series of workshops for social enterprises and Aboriginal community organisations who wish to think about how their work is a socially engaged enterprise. Strategic Stakeholder engagement- Tuesday 29 August (Dunghutti/Gumbaingirr woman Carol Vale) Stakeholder mapping Understanding your networks Collaborating with stakeholders Financial and Non-Financial Measures- Wednesday 30 August (Dr Jodi York Melbourne Business School) Creating lasting stakeholder value Measuring what matters Integrating measures Telling data driven impact stories that resonate with your stakeholders Social entrepreneurship- Thursday 31 August (Professor Morgan Miles Charles Sturt University) What is social entrepreneurship? What’s different in mission and purpose? What’s different in strategy and action? What’s different in governance and scope?

Contact

Walan Mayinygu Indigenous Entrepreneurship Pop up Innovation hub
Phone
NA
Email
Indigenouspopup@csu.edu.au

Details

Date
29-Aug-2017
Time
Start Time
2pm
Finish Time
4pm
Cost
Free Admission

Address

Venue
Dubbo Regional Theatre & Convention Centre
Location
155 Darling Street

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