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Seminar - The role of the Chairperson

The Governance Series

Wednesday 10 June 2015 (Fully booked out)

Wednesday 17 June 2015


The link between strong governance and improved organisational
performance is well established. As auditors and advisors, we are
ideally placed to discuss improving governance with our clients.

bulletBookings closed

Saward Dawson is going the next step to assist our clients by conducting a series of seminars specifically designed to provide practical application in improving governance.  In this session we will focus specifically on role of the chairperson.

The Board chairperson plays a key role in establishing quality governance practices in relation to strategy, risk, Board development and renewal. All this while developing and maintaining an effective working relationship with the CEO. 

In this session we will investigate successful techniques to effectively undertake the key role of chairperson.

Topics to be discussed:

bulletSkills of an effective chairperson
bulletChairing an effective meeting
bulletEstablishing a board plan /calendar
bulletDriving optimal decision making
bulletLeading an effective Board.

This session is specifically designed for current or aspiring chairpersons looking to more fully understand their role and responsibilities. The session is limited to 20 participants to allow for discussion and networking. Jeff Tulk our Head of Governance and Financial Reporting will facilitate this session. Jeff is an experienced trainer and facilitator and regularly presents for the Governance Institute and the Chartered Accountants ANZ.

Additional information

Venue: Saward Dawson offices   
20 Albert Street Blackburn

Date and time: Wednesday 17 June 2015
6.00 pm for 6:30 - 8:30pm

Cost: $165.00 Light refreshments provided.  (CPE: 2 hours)

Parking: Ample street parking is available including the adjacent car park on the corner of Albert St and Railway Road.

To book for this seminar

Online bookings: Bookings closed

Call our office: 9894 2500 and ask for Jacki

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