Board composition is a critical issue for organisation’s to consider, it is one of the hot topics in the governance community and on the board agenda. A board needs to have the right group of people for it to function effectively however what is the right group of people - do directors need to have specific skills and industry knowledge to enhance board effectiveness and meet the company’s evolving needs? How does this differ from one organisation to another?
To be effective a board needs the right group of people with an appropriate mix of skills, knowledge and experience that supports the organisation’s objectives and strategic goals.
Should directors be appointed for their unique skills or expertise that will assist with the specific issues and opportunities the company is facing?
Or do truly high-performing boards have directors who can confidently govern beyond their specific areas of expertise?
Join us for a formal debate and hear from expert speakers who will exchange their views on this very topical subject and give you the opportunity to contribute to the discussion.
Attendees will enjoy arrival drinks and canapes including a guided tour of the Museum with its rich criminal history as they walk the corridor of cells and see the chilling collection of criminal weapons and visit the Police Court Room.
Peter Achterstraat AM FAICD
Arlene Tansey FAICD
Trevor Allen FAICD
Ken Boundy FAICD
Janet Torney FAICD
*Networking drinks and canapes will also be available following the debate.
Members & Directors Coordinator (Programs)
T. 02 8248 2776