Circles of Excellence are working groups on particular areas of practice made up of representatives from member organisations. Not only do they provide regular national networking opportunities, they also nurture collaborations that deliver benefits to the national Baptist Care network.
Circles of Excellence are chaired by senior leaders in their fields who work at the executive level of member organisations.
Circles of Excellence work on collaborative projects such as:
- Advocacy projects – developing position statements, contributing to submissions, and undertaking research
- Negotiating national purchasing contracts that use economies of scale to save costs on essential goods and services
- Sharing best practice systems and tools to enhance performance.
The work of the Circles of Excellence is complemented by contributions from project-specific groups, and subject matter experts from both member and external organisations.
There are currently 13 Circles of Excellence:
- Aged Care: Home Services
- Aged Care: Residential
- Aged Care: Retirement Living
- Community Services
- Human Resources
Contact us if you'd like to know more about Circles of Excellence and how to get involved.
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