“Mind the Gap” Workshop – Identify the gaps and help your organisation thrive in the new NDIS frontier (pre and post transition)

Region: 
Brisbane
Organiser: 
Queensland Alliance for Mental Health
When: 
Thursday, November 9, 2017 - 9:00am to 4:30pm
Pricing: 
$230 (QAMH Members) and $330 (Non QAMH Members)
Location
Address: 
The Emporium Hotel, 1000 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006
Suburb: 
Fortitude Valley
State: 
QLD
Postcode: 
4 006
Contact
Name: 
Oi-Lai Leong
Phone No.: 
07 3252 9411
In this one-day workshop, QAMH has enlisted experts across 10 pillars to cover a range of topics from clinical governance to operational efficiencies aimed to identify gaps and help your organisation thrive in the new NDIS frontier (pre- and post-transition). Future proof your organisation today.

EVENT DETAILS

Mind the Gap Workshop: Identify the gaps and help your organisation thrive in your transition to NDIS

DATE: 9th November 2017

TIME: 9am to 4:30pm

LOCATION: Emporium Hotel Brisbane, 1000 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006

REGISTRATION: Click here and you will be taken to EventBrite to complete your registration.

Queensland Alliance for Mental Health (QAMH) is pleased to invite you to a very exciting one-day only workshop, which we hope will be game changing for your organisation as you strive to provide the best possible service for your customers.

We are providing tailored support through small group workshops to address specific business issues with subject matter experts. These experts will cover a range of topics such as clinical governance, customer service, operational efficiencies, as well as provide guidance and support during the sessions.

Future proof your organisation today – REGISTER HERE.

Why you should attend:

  • Future-proof our organisation
  • Check your pulse – an opportunity for you to review your organisation
  • Identify gaps in areas such as clinical governance, workforce management, financial assessment, strategic alliances and mergers, process mapping and change management, innovation in service delivery, and more
  • Attend sessions led by subject matter experts, with an opportunity to explore each topic further during sessions.

Format of the day:

  • Four sessions of workshops will run throughout the day
  • Attendees will be seated at the workshops of their choice, which they will be given the opportunity to pre-select
  • Topics will run concurrently – our facilitator will move the attendees to their next workshop of choice throughout the course of the day
  • Our Panel of Experts will close off the day with a presentation and Q & A session.

View the agenda here (*subject to change).

The workshop is facilitated by Andrew Hamilton, Director – Hamilton Consulting.

Panel of Experts (more to be announced):

Andrew Dempster and Jessica Gibson – KPMG
Topic of expertise: Process mapping, change management & quality control

Arthur Kirk - Intuit Advisory
Topic of expertise: Strategic Planning 

Carolyn McSweeney – 6peas
Topic of expertise: Customer Journey

Chris Skelton, Consultant Not-For-Profit – BDO
Topic of expertise: Financial assessment – keeping operating costs low, activity based costing & financial planning

Gary Bourke, CEO – ARAFMI
Topic of expertise: Information technology to support your business

James Christie, Principal Consultant – Social Scaffolding
Topic of expertise: Marketing & Communications

Matthew Gillett, Industry Development Manager – Community Services Industry Alliance (CSIA)
Topic of expertise: Workforce management

Stephen Mungomery, Principal Consultant – Social Scaffolding
Topic of expertise: Partnering, strategic alliances & mergers