Goals

Redlands Women in Business 2021

Theme: Value yourself, improve business #balance

Objective Rationale  Action  KPI’s Timeline
Support the personal development of RWIB Ongoing personal
development
promotes growth in
business. Grow
yourself, grow your
business
Events that provide personal development opportunities for
RWIB:
• Inspirational speakers, overcoming adversity
• Opportunity to engage with successful local businesswomen
to create organic mentorship opportunities
• Showcase successful local businesswomen
• “Exit Cards” – actionable steps for each informal networking
event
• Safe & nurturing
environment provided for
RWIB to connect with other
businesswomen. Measured
with our event survey.
• Attendance of at least 80%
capacity to all events
• Survey results with 80%
score for safe & nurturing
environment provided
• Post event Survey will
be issued next
business day after
event
• Kept open for 1 week
• Reviewed at very next
monthly meeting
 Support the professional development of RWIB Provide
opportunities for
professional
development
Events that provide professional development opportunities for
RWIB:
• Speakers providing professional development content (brief
provided)
• Promote workshops and training developed by the RCCC and
other organisations to our members
• Micro talks at all events (eg. Networking
• Measured via our event
survey 80% of
respondents feel that the
event supports their
professional
development)
• Attendance of at least
80% capacity to all events
• Post event Survey will
be issued next
business day after
event
• Kept open for 1 week
• Reviewed at very next
monthly meeting
after the event
 Support business development for RWIB Business
development
including start ups,
scale ups and large
organisations
Events that provide business development opportunities for
RWIB (networking):
• Opportunity to meet and network with other local
businesswomen for the advancement of all local businesses
• Opportunity to showcase products and services to other local
business
• Provide a pathway to other networking opportunities (eg.
Chamber breakfast events & chamber networking)
• Measured via our event
survey 80% of respondents
feel that the event supports
their business
development)
• Attendance of at least 80%
capacity to all events
Post event Survey will
be issued next
business day after
event
• Kept open for 1 week
• Reviewed at very next
monthly meeting
after the event

Business Breakfasts

Theme: Championing Connected Business

Objective Rationale  Action  KPI’s Timeline
A business community that is
thriving, sustainable and
connected to each other
• Providing a quality engagement
experience for the business
community to come together
with an align purpose
• Hold a monthly breakfast with a
key note speaker aligned with a
key industry sector outlined in the
RCC EDF
• Obtain sponsors in line with the
sponsorship prospectus
• Post event survey to indicate a net
promoter score 70+
• Full venue capacity at 80% of all
breakfasts
• 90% of sponsorship filled
1. 10 breakfasts in 2021
2. Sponsors to be secured by end
April 2021
3. Post event survey to be
delivered next working day
after event and evaluated at
the next executive committee
meeting
A business community that is
provided a platform to
connect all levels of
government
• Providing regular engagement
opportunities between the
business community and leaders
in government
• Open invitations to all political
leaders and government
departments
 At least 1 local government leader
at each monthly breakfast either a
council representative or state MP
• Applicable government
department to EDF alignment to
attend the applicable Business
Breakfast
1. President (via Commercial
Manager) to extend a personal
invitation to a pre determined list
of government delegates list and
inclusive of the applicable
government department to the
business breakfast topic
A business community that is
informed
 Knowledge is power, ensuring the
business community is informed
on avenues for education and
community engagement outside
RCCC
• Provide information of
community engagement and
educational opportunities that
compliments business breakfast
topic being delivered
 Post event survey to capture data
on wanting “further information”
1. Post event survey to be
delivered next working day after
event and evaluated at the next
executive committee meeting

Workshop Series 2021

Theme: Championing Better Business

Objective Rationale  Action  KPI’s Timeline
Encourage sustainable
local business growth
By engaging businesses in
educational opportunities the
businesses will grow and will
be required to employ
• Workshops providing
education on basis business
principles to support healthy
business
• Post event survey with a
90% response rate
• Workshop attendance of
at least 70% workshop
capacity
• Post event Survey will
be issued next business
day after event
• Kept open for 1 week
• Reviewed at very next
monthly meeting after
the event
Provide opportunity to
be informed of
government
opportunities
Providing educational
opportunities on how to work
with government further
supports business growth
with a broader income stream
for local business
• Workshops that include
government representatives to
informs and educates the
business community
 2 Workshops annually
delivered connecting
business and
government
 Relevant government
procurement officers
engaged 3 moths prior to
workshops
Support local
professionals to provide
education to the
business community
Connecting local professionals
through paid facilitation
strengthens the linkage and
access of education to the
business community
• Workshops facilitated by
local professionals
• 100% local facilitation
with support of outside
influence if required
• Relevant naming right
sponsor who will also
provide content for 1
workshop during the
series
• Facilitator engaged 2
moths out from
workshop
• Advertised 1 – 2 months
prior to workshop
• Sponsor secured
December of the year
prior to wor

Championing Redlands Coast

Objective Rationale  Action  KPI’s Timeline
Engage: 1. Financial sustainability of
the CRC initiative
2. Engage with Industry
Partners through initiatives
that align with the CRC
research outcomes and
recommendations.
3. Undertake research to
support future Productive
Precincts initiatives
1. Secure ongoing support of current industry
partners, and the support of new partners
through stakeholder management and
engagement
2. Boardroom Series
February – Walker Corporation /Business of Cities
April
July
October
3. Determine scope, engage resources, and deliver
meaningful outputs.
1. Financial capacity to meet budget requirements,
and deliver strategic initiatives
2.
• Feedback and 90% retention of current
partners at each event.
• Identification and invitation of potential
partners to events
• Continued and growing sentiment, support
and engagement with industry partners.
1. Outputs provide meaningful information and
support future decision making by key
stakeholders
1. Secure industry partner
sponsorships by end of
April 2021
2.
• One week post event
survey
• One new partner per
quarter (4 new
industry partners)
• Ongoing
3.April-June
Support: 1. Encourage Industry Partners
to support Community
groups to embed
themselves in the
community, build trust, and
contribute to improved
cultural narrative
2. Encourage industry and the
wider business community
to engage with initiatives
around workforce planning
and skills.
3. Promote events, businesses,
or initiatives that showcase
the enhanced lifestyle
opportunities of the
Redlands Coast
1. Support the facilitation of
relationships between industry
partners and Redlands
Foundation towards a
community grants program
(community development
grants
– capacity building,
research, maintaining impact)
2. Alignment of RJC and industry
partner priorities, creating
opportunities to increase
engagement between
workforce planning, economic
development, and futures skills.
3. Social Media Marketing,
Celebrating Success, alignment
with other chamber initiatives.
1. Facilitated relationships
result in community
grants program
2. Industry partner and
schools program
3. Tourism and key
industries are promoted
1. March
-May 2021
2. Ongoing
3. Ongoing
Advocate: 1. Advocating for a dedicated
and independent Economic
Development Agency
2. Advocating for a universal
brand for the Redlands
Coast
3. Advocating for a
coordinated approach to
attracting investment
1. Sharpen CRC messaging to
speck to the recommendations
of the RPS research to ensure
the outcomes influence the
2021 corporate plan review of
RIC and EDAB
2. Work with external resources
and industry partners towards
a Cooperative Media Strategy,
and plan for delivery.
3. Continue to promote CRC as
the central resource for
promoting and attracting
investment.
1. An outcome of the review
to reflect CRC
recommendations
2. Cooperative Media
Strategy is shared with
Industry Partners, and
execution of the
campaign is agreed and
carried out.
3. CRC is consulted and
included in meeting with
potential investment
opportunities
1. June 2021
2. Strategy
– April 2021 Campaign
execution as recommended in the
strategy.
3. Ongoing