Mission and purpose for not for profits

Mission and purpose for not for profits

SA
Feb 18
CEDA welcomes back Leunig Advisory Business Architect and Coach, Andrew Leunig for a morning tea discussion around setting a purpose and the fundamental priorities for a not for profit organisation. He will discuss the differences between purpose, mission and vision. Why language is important and why you need a shared mental model amongst the board and senior executives.

 

Speakers

Andrew Leunig, Business Architect and Coach, Leunig Advisory

Event overview

Why do not for profit organisations exist and what is their ultimate purpose?
These are good questions for any organisation but they are critical for a not for profit to get right. As directors, executives and team members come and eventually go, being crystal clear on the purpose becomes the ultimate filter for both strategic and tactical decisions.

Many organisations suffer strategic drift. They drift away from their purpose. Money and growth becomes a major focus for some not for profits and organisations can lose sight of their ultimate purpose of changing lives for the better.

This briefing is by invitation only to CEDA Trustees. Trustees are senior leaders nominated by CEDA member organisations. At CEDA boardroom briefings Trustees hear from an informed, expert guest speaker in a private, small group setting. Invitations to boardroom briefings are a valued benefit of CEDA membership. Chatham House Rule applies.

Meet the speaker

Andrew Leunig
Business Architect and Coach, Leunig Advisory

Andrew is the Principal of Leunig Advisory and specialises in working with corporates, fast growing companies, family businesses and not for profits. He has helped hundreds of organisations (large and small) review and refresh their business model and review their strategy. Andrew is also a board adviser to a number of technology and mid-sized companies.

He is also a regular presenter at seminars and conferences locally and internationally, covering topics such as disruption, business model innovation, jobs of the future, the next economy and ancient wisdom. Andrew has broad corporate and finance experience. He has been involved and advised in mergers, acquisitions, exits, fund raising (debt and equity) and all manner of succession issues.

 

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