Workshops and Events
How to Create Meaningful Corporate Partnerships
May 10 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree - A$240.00
Creating Meaningful Corporate Partnerships
This interactive online workshop will guide you through the key considerations and critical steps for Charities, Not-for-profit or For-Purpose organisations to create powerful corporate engagement.
Take the next step from corporate volunteering programs and fundraising to creating meaningful partnerships.
You will develop a prototype for a new approach to engaging corporate organisations and learn the key ideas and concepts needed to create plans and strategies and identify opportunities to create long term community partnerships with business.
This workshop unpacks the context, framing and design principles needed to attract corporate volunteers, engage long term supporters and increase the impact and revenue you can capture through successful corporate partnerships.
Learn the small changes that take your program from being a “team building day” to being a meaningful experience that enhances employee engagement, aligns to corporate purpose and drives real social impact.
Your facilitator, Daniel Murray, is the Co-founder of Empathic Consulting and former head of the IAG Foundation.
Daniel Murray is a sought-after motivational keynote speaker and Business Consultant.
Through his experience working with some of the biggest companies in Australia and New Zealand, he has seen firsthand that building empathy is vital for future strategic competitive advantage.
Daniel empowers leaders to leverage empathy as a capability in order to cultivate productive teamwork and experience tangible corporate success.
Daniel has delivered keynote presentations to some of the top organizations and institutions in Australia, such as: CBA, Westpac, AGSM, IAG, Centre for Volunteering, Community Engagement Consulting Australia, 1Scope, Serenity Collective and Humanity in Business.
As a prolific writer, Daniel draws on cultural stories, metaphors and personal experience to deliver powerful content to the Australian media. His work has been featured on businesses.com.au, Oh Magazine, Kochie’s Business Builders and Now to Love.