This NDIS Financial Sustainability Masterclass will provide a practical and comprehensive guide to help service providers operate more efficiently, diversify revenue streams and navigate change. Develop a toolkit of strategies to improve your financial and organisational performance under the NDIS and learn how survive, thrive and grow in a competitive market.
Who will attend?
NDIS service providers with roles and responsibilities for:
- CFO/Director of Finance
- COO/Director of Operations
- GM State Manager/Regional Manager
- Manager NDIS/Disability Services
- Finance Manager/Accountant/Financial Planning
- Business Managers
- General Managers
Attend to learn:
- Strengthen your financial & organisational performance
- Develop a solid business strategy to survive & grow
- Eliminate costly process & organisational inefficiencies
- Drive a better business culture to lead your organisation to success
Torrien is a highly skilled strategic thinker, consultant and leader of people. Over the last four years Torrien has transformed Focus ACT in to one of the most successful disability organisations in the country. For the last two years Focus has been in the top 1-2% of financial performing organisations in the country and has a customer satisfaction rate of 96% and a staff engagement rate of 92%.
Torrien will be co facilitating the masterclass with a state representative from Crowe Horwath to bring a well-rounded cross-section of experience and knowledge.
Crowe Horwath Australasia
Crowe Horwath Australasia, part of Findex, which delivers the Family Office service across Australia and New Zealand is the largest provider of practical accounting, audit, tax, business and financial advice to individuals and small and medium businesses.
From a network of over 110 offices and a team of almost 3,000 professionals, we are the relationship that you can count on – large enough to offer a range of expertise and skills – and small enough to provide the personal touch.
What People Are Saying
“The conference gave me a great insight into some of the experiences, pitfalls and successes of the organisations who have partially or fully transitioned which will aid us as we complete our transition to NDIS”Coastlink & Attendee at Financial Sustainability for the NDIS Conference 2017
“Fantastic learning’s from real people navigating the choppy waters of the NDIS.”Centacare & Attendee at Financial Sustainability for the NDIS Conference 2017
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