This session will have participants learning from each other through activities and discussion of key principles such as board structure, planning, legal and ethical compliance, stakeholder engagement, operational management and people management to name a few.

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  • Logan East Neighbourhood Centre
  • Cnr Cinderella Dr. and Vanessa Blvd, Springwood

A series for three Volunteer Leadership Forums held in Logan (1 November), Brisbane (27 November) and Ipswich (28 November) were organised in partnership between Griffith University’s Community Internship Program, Flexible Living’s Volunteer Service, Volunteering Services Australia (West Moreton) and Volunteering Queensland, with the generous support of Logan City Council and Griffith University, following the success of 2017’s inaugural Brisbane Volunteer Leadership Forum. The vision was free professional development opportunities gifted to volunteers, and volunteer coordinators and managers, as a gesture of thanks for the important role volunteers play in the community, and the contribution of volunteering to society as a whole. 

On the 1 August, Volunteering Queensland hosted a Volunteer Manager Network Meeting in Logan City. This informative gathering served to facilitate discussion and address a challenge that many volunteer managers face: Understanding how to engage volunteers from Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds (CALD).

Volunteer Managers' Network Meetings (VMNMs) are an opportunity for managers and coordinators of volunteers to meet and discuss our challenges and success stories collaboratively in order to learn from each other and improve our engagement of volunteers.

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  • Building L08 Room 1.06
  • Griffith University Logan Campus