Important talks about big issues.
September 26, 2011 TIFF Bell Lightbox Toronto, Canada
THE D3 SPEAKERS Leader-to-leader, that’s what we offer. D3 speakers come from across North America to bring you their perspectives on the issues of today. They will inspire, challenge and get you thinking. It’s a day like no other, delivered by the leading group of fundraising professionals in Canada.
Ted Garrard President & CEO SickKids Foundation & D3 Chair
A WORD FROM THE CHAIR What are the biggest issues you face in the charitable sector today? Do you feel empowered to tackle the challenges we face? The world is moving at a faster pace, our donors are changing, technology is giving us new opportunities to communicate and the press is examining what we do with increasing interest and scrutiny. If you are like most sector leaders, these are issues weighing on your mind. And, like many, I bet you wish you had more time to talk things through with others like you. That’s why we created D3. It’s a one-day leader-to-leader event offering important talks about big issues. At D3 we’ll gather to debate issues, debunk myths and delight each other. It will be a day like no other. Our inaugural event is taking place in Toronto on September 26, at Bell Light Box. Attendance is by invitation only and limited to 120 people. Make sure to reserve your spot today.
Debate. Dan Pallotta: Efficiency vs. Effectiveness Wahn Yoon: Lead With Certainty Debunk. Paul Alofs: Reinventing Fundraising Anne Golden: A New Era for Voluntarism – Act II Jaime Watt: Wants vs. Needs Delight. Rahul Singh: Act Now Sheena Iyengar: The Art of Choosing
a day like no other!
SCHEDULE | MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 26, 2011
Breakfast Intro & D3 Talks
Closing & Wrap
THE VENUE Where does the world come to see the latest? At the Bell Light Box of course. As the home of the Toronto International Film Festival TIFF, it’s a place for lovers of what’s new and exciting. Now, this new venue will roll out the red carpet for fundraisers for the first time. D3 will take place in cinema4, a comfortable and intimate space in which to hear important talks on ideas that matter to you. Join us in this beautiful, welcoming five-story complex at the corner of King and John Streets in the heart of downtown Toronto for the D3 premiere on September 26.
REGISTRATION We only have room for 120 of Canada’s most senior fundraising executives and board members, so hold your seat today. We will accepting applications for a waiting list in the event that there are any cancellations. Registration includes • Registration to all speakers in the morning • Leaders discussion forum in the afternoon • Breakfast and lunch • Exclusive after-party in Bell Light Box “Malaparte” Fees Executive Registrant – AFP Member
$700 + HST = $ 791.00
Executive Registrant – AFP Non-member
$800 + HST = $904.00
Nonprofit Senior Volunteer – AFP Member
$350 + HST = $395.50
Nonprofit Senior Volunteer – AFP Non-member
$400 + HST = $452.00
D3 is open only to the executive level (CEOs, Presidents, EDs, Managing Directors, CDOs, VPs, etc.) and your invitation can not be reassigned to a lower level. Nonprofit sector Senior Volunteers can register at the special rate when invited by an Executive Leader from their organization. If registering independently, Senior Volunteers must pay the full registration fee. One guest registration per Executive Leader registrant only.
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Cancellation policy All cancellations must be submitted in writing. Cancellations received on or before September 11, 2011 will be eligible for a full refund, less a $100.00 cancellation fee. Cancellations received after September 11 will not be eligible for a refund. No refunds will be given for no-shows. We are sorry but substitute delegates are not permitted with the exception of senior volunteers.
D3 2011 FEATURED SPEAKERS
Debate. Dan Pallotta Dan Pallotta is the founder of Pallotta TeamWorks, which invented the multiday AIDSRides and Breast Cancer 3-Days. He is the president of Springboard and author of Uncharitable: How Restraints on Nonprofits Undermine Their Potential.
Efficiency vs. Effectiveness What is your cost per dollar raised? Often it is the key question for our boards and the media. Dan Pallotta disagrees. In his book Uncharitable: How Restraints on Nonprofits Undermine Their Potential, Pallotta challenges our assumptions. He argues for measures not of efficiency, but rather effectiveness. Dan is an industry changer and contrarian you canâ€™t afford to miss hearing.
Wahn Yoon As a senior director and strategist at J. Walter Thompson, Wahn Yoon was instrumental in developing and launching Ethos, a WPP-owned global consultancy specializing in corporate responsibility strategy. He’s developed branding and marketing programs for organizations around the world. Now he’s a partner in Scientific Intelligence. Wahn attended Harvard University and Columbia University Business School, and is active on numerous boards and associations. Wahn believes we can build maps that lead us to our strategic destination. It’s a journey you won’t want to miss.
Lead With Certainty What qualities make some the best able to lead, in good times and in bad? Wahn Yoon was curious about this. He’s developed a map of what separates those with the qualities needed in times like ours.
Change the way
we think about charity.
Debunk. Anne Golden Anne Golden has been influencing how Canadians think for many years. She is the President and Chief Executive officer of The Conference Board of Canada and was previously President of the United Way of Greater Toronto. A Member of the Order of Canada, she has also been the author of numerous publications on public policy issues and has received honorary doctorates from University of Western Ontario, Royal Roads University, the University of Toronto, York University, University of Calgary and Ryerson Polytechnic University. She has appeared twice in the National Post’s annual ranking of Canada’s brightest and best women executives. When Anne talks, people listen. Make sure you’re one of them.
A New Era for Voluntarism – Act II Twenty-five years ago Anne Golden organized a landmark conference called A New Era for Voluntarism. Leaders from across Canada discussed and debated the future of Canada’s voluntary sector and the forces that would shape it. Fast forward to 2011. Has Canada’s voluntary sector lived up to its promise and potential? What do the next twenty five years hold? And what kind of leadership will be needed to propel our sector forward? Join one of Canada’s foremost economic and social trend watchers to learn what might be in store for our collective future.
Are you ready for change?
Jaime Watt Jaime Watt helped revolutionize politics and now helps politicians, business and voluntary sector leaders navigate their way through complex communications issues. As Executive Chairman and Senior Partner of Navigator Ltd., he’s a master in his field and you won’t want to miss his strategic advice.
Wants vs. Needs What people want, they get, right? It’s not that simple. Often we provide our donors what we think they want, but it’s not what they need. Matching what we do with what donors need takes focus, determination, leadership and a remarkable ability to understand your target audience and how they’ll respond. Jaime will share perspectives (based on recently published research), on how to influence public opinion and how critical that is to the future of charitable sector. It’s crucial advice in these changing times.
No risk… no reward. Paul Alofs Paul Alofs has lead The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation for the past 8 years, and has helped raise over half-a-billion dollars for cancer research and patient care. His award-winning corporate career – President of HMV Music Canada, President of BMG Music Canada, senior executive at The Walt Disney Company in charge of 500+ retail stores (to name a few positions) – helped the Foundation be recognized as one of Canada’s Ten Most Admired Corporate Cultures in 2010. Marketing is in his blood. Conquering cancer is his personal passion. He’s using both to change the fundraising landscape in Canada.
Reinventing Fundraising Paul is rethinking how charities operate. His marketing approach has transformed the Princess Margaret Foundation. Paul is a leader who has not been afraid to take risks. He has embraced new models of giving and cancer patients at Princess Margaret are seeing the rewards of his daring. Paul’s approach is different and his delivery direct. Don’t miss hearing from one of our industry’s leaders.
Delight. Choice is the only
tool we have that enables us to go from who we are today to who we want to be tomorrow. Sheena Iyengar Dr. Iyengar is the inaugural S.T. Lee Professor of Business in the Management Division at Columbia Business School and the Research Director at the Jerome A. Chazen Institute of International Business. Her book, The Art of Choosing, was a finalist for the Financial Times Business Book of the Year 2010 award, Business & Investing Top 10, and was ranked #3 on the Amazon.com Best Books of 2010.
The Art of Choosing The leading expert on choice, Sheena Iyengar explores what she calls the most powerful tool individuals have to shape their lives and their companies â€“ choice. Join Sheena as she highlights her critically acclaimed research into how and why people choose â€“ and how these choices profoundly affect their businesses and their personal lives.
leave our normal lives. Rahul Singh We all rely on paramedics acting quickly to save lives. Rahul Singh understands this. He is a paramedic who took his training and applied it globally to create GlobalMedic, a humanitarian relief organization that provides disaster relief in areas affected by natural disasters or complex emergencies. For his work, Singh was named to the 2010 Time 100 list of “The World’s Most Influential People”.
Act Now Rahul Singh saw a better way to act quickly and save lives. He applied what he was trained to do in Toronto internationally and is now a global paramedic. Rahul will talk about creating a group of change agents; first responders who, like him, are ready at a moment’s notice to travel to areas of devastation. Hear Rahul tell us how he’s built a global force of change agents who act now!
D3 PARTNERS We would like to gratefully thank the following partners:
About AFP Greater Toronto Chapter The Greater Toronto Chapter of AFP is the largest in the world with over 1,200 members. We strive to provide our members with great opportunities to learn, think and grow as fundraisers and leaders in our sector. We deliver many great programs each year â€“ events like Fundraising Day, Congress and now D3. Visit www.afptoronto.org to learn more about what the worldâ€™s largest chapter has to offer you!
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Debate. Important Debunk. talks about Delight. big issues.
September 26, 2011 TIFF Bell Lightbox Toronto, Canada