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This presentation covers:

  • Definitions
  • Why take a social enterprise approach?
  • Examples/case studies: What it looks like
  • What are the benefits of social enterprise?
  • How to develop a social enterprise: pathways
  • Lessons learned to date
  • What is needed to grow the movement?

Di Jennings After a successful career as a fashion designer, Di completed a degree in social practice, with a major in community development. Subsequently, Di worked at the grass roots on a community revitalisation programme in Ranui, Auckland.

This presentation will explore how to understand your current environment and the future demands, how to create a powerful vision and picture of success that will inspire the organisation and others to make this vision a reality. We will cover how to move forward in a changing environment and how to lead change rather than just be an adapter to change.

Carol Scholes is the owner and director of Threshold Management and Coaching, a consultancy specialising in working with organisations who want to take the next step in the development of their business.