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Robin McClellan (left) with Justine Colyer, who says the Rise Network wants to increase its turnover by 50 per cent, to $45 million, during the next five years.

10 minutes on leadership with ... Justine Colyer

Leadership WA chief executive officer Robin McClellan spent 10 minutes with Justine Colyer, who believes not for profits can balance commercial astuteness with humanity.

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Perth
I found this interview really interesting, and I particularly liked the statement: "People in the NFP sector balance humanity with commercial astuteness" Congratulations on the rise of Rise, and your ambitious growth plans for the future.

Outstanding article from an outstanding leader and reflecting on an outstanding organisation! And so true we do "balance humanity with commercial acumen" in the charitable sector. Fabulous article - thank you

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