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1 LAPA Strategic Plan - our future direction

2 Background From humble beginnings LAPA is a huge achievement for those founding members Successful in terms of the vision in 2006 Association based on member support Changing workplace and local government environments Challenge for LAPA is to remain dynamic and responsive to these changes Meeting the change needs of our members Survey of members

3 Today Sharing learning’s from the survey Re-focussed strategic issues Priorities over the next months

4 Where does our vision come from..... Original Incorporated Society Rules – Feature aims, objectives and functions In 2010 a Strategic Plan was created with the executive driving the objectives and functions 2010 – 2013 years Greater clarity and priorities have been sought by the Executive to drive the future of the association Need to reconfirm these priorities

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6 LOCAL AUTHORITY PROPERTY ASSOCIATION VISION To provide a forum for co-operation and information sharing between all persons involved in Local Government Property and to represent members’ professional interests A To promote the status of Local Authority Property Activities B To provide a national perspective on Local Authority Property Issues C To foster the exchange and dissemination of information amongst members D To establish liaison with appropriate organisations E To promote and support conferences, seminars and educational opportunities for members Strategies: to achieve our vision

7 Survey 89 responses Well rounded – good answers No real surprises Confirmed our understandings of members

8 A To promote the status of Local Authority Property Activities LAPA’s profile is maintained and strengthened within and outside of local authorities, with a diverse membership across local authorities and complementary organisations. LAPA’s professional integrity and quality of services are increased to legitimise the future of LAPA LAPA is recognised as the primary organisation representing Local Authority Property Professionals. Strategies: to achieve our vision Outcomes: What our visions looks like

9 What did you tell us As an association we are doing well - nearly 50% good or great - nearly 50% thought we were doing ok or could do better -Feedback was constructive and positive We could do more (lots more) -Consistent with already proposed direction -Promotion -Promoting who LAPA is and what we do Future members, within Local Government and complementary organisations

10 Priorities next 12 – 24 months... Increased and structured communication process Minimum quarterly updates Focussed on national issues, legal updates, training opportunities and organisations/industry updates More proactive promotion Promotion in the industry Developing opportunities for seeking new members within organisations – making people aware we are here Raising the profile

11 B To provide a national perspective on Local Authority Property issues LAPA informs its members of key national issues that affect Local Authority Property Advocate and facilitate opportunities for Local Authority issues to be resolved/escalated to complimentary organisations Strategies: to achieve our vision Outcomes: What our visions looks like

12 What did you tell us.. Over 90% of respondents confirmed this was LAPA’s role That you wanted regular updates on national issues, legal opinions and updates Greater use of members skills to provide feedback on legislation or standards reviews

13 Communicating updates to members Establishment of Technical Advisory Group Robert Cant Already working through issues LINZ Best practice standards – Wendy O’Neill Feedback on issues to LAPA Establishing communication process Priorities next 12 – 24 months...

14 C To foster the exchange and dissemination of information amongst members Regional LAPA forums are active with members strengthening relationships and dispersing information to LAPA members LAPA members promote LAPA activities and LAPA builds internal capacity through the use of its own members Strategies: to achieve our vision Outcomes: What our visions looks like

15 What did you tell us.. Overwhelming response for regional forums to occur Make greater use of list-serv to answer questions and share information Area for greater work Willing to get involved – work through how to progress. Contacting in new year

16 Establishing support structures for Regional Forums to ensure success Administration support Development of Regional Champions List-serv/ LG Connect Clarifying access and how to connect Priorities next 12 – 24 months...

17 D To establish liaison with appropriate organisations Developed relationships are leveraged to increase LAPA’s profile and opportunities for members and organisation development Partnerships are developed with complementary organisation’s for opportunities for collaboration, professional development and efficiency to occur. Strategies: to achieve our vision Outcomes: What our visions looks like

18 What did you tell us... Increased collaboration with complementary organisations -Training opportunities, information sharing Identified organisations for future discussions to occur -Follow up with members

19 Focus on opportunities as they arise Family of Sponsors Focussing on education, professional development opportunities Priorities next 12 – 24 months...

20 E To promote and support conferences, seminars and educational opportunities for members A programme of training opportunities, which seeks to promote the benefits of LAPA membership and covers key property issues is developed for LAPA’s members. LAPA recognises members national successes and industry best practice, with complement LAPA’s aims and objectives. An accreditation programme is developed to increase the legitimacy of LAPA membership and provide industry recognition of personal achievement. Strategies: to achieve our vision Outcomes: What our visions looks like

21 What did you tell us... Training More training opportunities, notification of and opportunities for LAPA discounts Awards and recognition As an industry we should be recognising best practice and success of our members Accreditation Industry recognition of skills and experience through post nominals or an accreditation scheme

22 Not reinventing the wheel Already existing opportunities Seeking benefits for LAPA members – eg discount Programme of training opportunities Accreditation Establishing a project team to further develop this over the next 12 – 24 months Priorities next 12 – 24 months...

23 From here... Lots of opportunities Understanding what the real priorities are Time and resources Member support is integral for success

24 Looking for help... 1.Communications Group 2.Technical Advisory Group 3.Professional Development Group 4.Accreditation Development Group

25 Feedback... In groups 5 – 6 discuss and summarise thoughts. Have a note taker record your thoughts

26 LOCAL AUTHORITY PROPERTY ASSOCIATION VISION To provide a forum for co-operation and information sharing between all persons involved in Local Government Property and to represent members’ professional interests A To promote the status of Local Authority Property Activities B To provide a national perspective on Local Authority Property Issues C To foster the exchange and dissemination of information amongst members D To establish liaison with appropriate organisations E To promote and support conferences, seminars and educational opportunities for members Strategies: to achieve our vision

27 Prize draw

28 Thank you


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