Das Programm
13:30 Uhr   Registrierung
     

14:00 Uhr
Eröffnung

 

Günther Lutschinger
Fundraising Verband Austria

Thomas Lutz
Microsoft Österreich

     
14:15 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 1

Thomas Lutz (Microsoft Österreich)

     
14:30 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 2

Ulrike Capelare (Raiffeisen Bank) & Gudrun Köhne (Caritas Wien)

     

14:45 Uhr
Keynote I

 

Maximising the value and volume of Corporate Volunteering

Linz Darlington
Benefacto, London

Done right Corporate Volunteering can strengthen the services your charity delivers, inspire your company’s workforce and win work. Just as importantly, it brings different parts of our society together in a world where they are becoming increasingly disconnected. Done badly, it will fail to realize these benefits and become a burden for the beneficiaries.

Linz Darlington, CEO of Benefacto, will talk candidly about his experience of Corporate Volunteering, sharing what’s worked well and what has not. He will provide ideas to charities of how volunteers can be best applied and to corporates on how to maximize volunteering value and volume.

Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten.

     
15:15 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 3

Elisabeth Dal-Bianco (Pfizer)

     
15:30 Uhr

  Pause
     

15:45 Uhr
Keynote
II

 

Moving beyond the myths - the power and purpose of Corporate Volunteering

Cate O'Kane
&co, Washington DC

Corporate volunteering has the power, through people engaged in purpose, to enhance any organization’s ability to do well, and to do good.

Bringing together real life examples alongside practical theories, Cate’s talk will focus on the strategy, process and management of corporate volunteering. 
Weaving together stories of corporate executives in the field for the first time, volunteers making change, and non-profit organizations embracing a new challenge, there is opportunity at all levels  to create impact.

Cate will review whether volunteering is right for your organization, how to determine who to partner with, what your organization needs to do to get ready and how to make the partnership work.

Framed in language that all can understand, Cate will look to relationship myths and some hard life truths to ensure an organization’s volunteering relationship reality is a whole lot easier than romantic make believe.

Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten.

     
16:15 Uhr

  Q&A und Diskussion
mit Linz Darlington und Cate O'Kane
Moderation: Stephan Kropf (FVA)
   
16:45 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 4

Sandra Auernigg (Kununu) & Gudrun Köhne (Caritas Wien)
     
17:00 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 5

Thomas Schenk (WineAid)
     
17:15 Uhr  

Ausklang: Weinempfang und Networking

Nutzen Sie die Gelegenheit zum persönlichen Gespräch mit unseren ExpertInnen und zum Austausch mit anderen TeilnehmerInnen begleitet von augezeichneten österreichischen Weinen und exzellenten Häppchen.

mit freundlicher Unterstützung unseres Partners WineAid

     


 

13:30 Uhr   Registrierung
     

14:00 Uhr
Eröffnung

 

Günther Lutschinger
Fundraising Verband Austria

Thomas Lutz
Microsoft Österreich

     
14:15 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 1

Thomas Lutz (Microsoft Österreich)

     
14:30 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 2

Ulrike Capelare (Raiffeisen Bank) & Gudrun Köhne (Caritas Wien)

     

14:45 Uhr
Keynote I

 

Maximising the value and volume of Corporate Volunteering

Linz Darlington
Benefacto, London

Done right Corporate Volunteering can strengthen the services your charity delivers, inspire your company’s workforce and win work. Just as importantly, it brings different parts of our society together in a world where they are becoming increasingly disconnected. Done badly, it will fail to realize these benefits and become a burden for the beneficiaries.

Linz Darlington, CEO of Benefacto, will talk candidly about his experience of Corporate Volunteering, sharing what’s worked well and what has not. He will provide ideas to charities of how volunteers can be best applied and to corporates on how to maximize volunteering value and volume.

Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten.

     
15:15 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 3

Elisabeth Dal-Bianco (Pfizer)

     
15:30 Uhr

  Pause
     

15:45 Uhr
Keynote
II

 

Moving beyond the myths - the power and purpose of Corporate Volunteering

Cate O'Kane
&co, Washington DC

Corporate volunteering has the power, through people engaged in purpose, to enhance any organization’s ability to do well, and to do good.

Bringing together real life examples alongside practical theories, Cate’s talk will focus on the strategy, process and management of corporate volunteering. 
Weaving together stories of corporate executives in the field for the first time, volunteers making change, and non-profit organizations embracing a new challenge, there is opportunity at all levels  to create impact.

Cate will review whether volunteering is right for your organization, how to determine who to partner with, what your organization needs to do to get ready and how to make the partnership work.

Framed in language that all can understand, Cate will look to relationship myths and some hard life truths to ensure an organization’s volunteering relationship reality is a whole lot easier than romantic make believe.

Der Vortrag wird in englischer Sprache gehalten.

     
16:15 Uhr

  Q&A und Diskussion
mit Linz Darlington und Cate O'Kane
Moderation: Stephan Kropf (FVA)
   
16:45 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 4

Sandra Auernigg (Kununu) & Gudrun Köhne (Caritas Wien)
     
17:00 Uhr

 

Corporate Volunteering Beispiel 5

Thomas Schenk (WineAid)
     
17:15 Uhr  

Ausklang: Weinempfang und Networking

Nutzen Sie die Gelegenheit zum persönlichen Gespräch mit unseren ExpertInnen und zum Austausch mit anderen TeilnehmerInnen begleitet von augezeichneten österreichischen Weinen und exzellenten Häppchen.

mit freundlicher Unterstützung unseres Partners WineAid

     


 

 
Die Vortragenden

Cate O'Kane
&co, Washington DC

Cate O’Kane is the founder of &co, a partnership consultancy that helps multi-sectoral partnerships thrive. She has spent most of her career working towards greater collaboration by developing partnerships that ensure change, be that in Europe, Asia, Africa, or her current base in the United States.

With an innate curiosity about people and culture, she has successfully led multidisciplinary and multinational teams and developed an understanding of the finer nuances of how best to work together across sectors. She believes in the value of partnerships to provide not only financial investment at a development level, but also as a means of knowledge sharing and individual capacity development through fellowships, corporate volunteering and joint thought leadership.

She was a founding member of the Devex Strategic Advisory Council working across sectors to encourage stronger partnership practices and the INGO collective within FSG’s Shared Value Initiative. She has spoken on the development, role and management of partnerships for impact at USAID, FSG, DEVEX, SOCAP, UN Compact, and PYXERA Global events.

www.co-partnerships.com

 

   

Linz Darlington
Benefacto, London

Linz Darlington was inspired to start Benefacto when he worked as a management consultant. Like many professionals, he had a number of paid days off a year to spend volunteering but discovered it was surprisingly difficult to find a match with a charity who needed a one-off volunteer to come and help. On closer reflection, this seemed a universal problem, and he has spent the last five years finding ways to get more professional people volunteering, supporting charities to get the best out of short-term volunteers, and helping companies develop and grow how they invest in their communities.

www.benefacto.org


 

Cate O'Kane
&co, Washington DC

Cate O’Kane is the founder of &co, a partnership consultancy that helps multi-sectoral partnerships thrive. She has spent most of her career working towards greater collaboration by developing partnerships that ensure change, be that in Europe, Asia, Africa, or her current base in the United States.

With an innate curiosity about people and culture, she has successfully led multidisciplinary and multinational teams and developed an understanding of the finer nuances of how best to work together across sectors. She believes in the value of partnerships to provide not only financial investment at a development level, but also as a means of knowledge sharing and individual capacity development through fellowships, corporate volunteering and joint thought leadership.

She was a founding member of the Devex Strategic Advisory Council working across sectors to encourage stronger partnership practices and the INGO collective within FSG’s Shared Value Initiative. She has spoken on the development, role and management of partnerships for impact at USAID, FSG, DEVEX, SOCAP, UN Compact, and PYXERA Global events.

www.co-partnerships.com

 

   

Linz Darlington
Benefacto, London

Linz Darlington was inspired to start Benefacto when he worked as a management consultant. Like many professionals, he had a number of paid days off a year to spend volunteering but discovered it was surprisingly difficult to find a match with a charity who needed a one-off volunteer to come and help. On closer reflection, this seemed a universal problem, and he has spent the last five years finding ways to get more professional people volunteering, supporting charities to get the best out of short-term volunteers, and helping companies develop and grow how they invest in their communities.

www.benefacto.org


 

 
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