Topic: Director career

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General duties of directors

Boards of directors are responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of an organisation. They provide “overall superintendence” 1 of a company, overseeing both performanc...

The insolvency safe harbour

The COVID-19 pandemic crisis is presenting a number of rapidly changing developments in the practical application of director duties. Some of these developments are temporary and designed to help mana...

Insolvent trading

The COVID-19 pandemic crisis is presenting a number of rapidly changing developments in the practical application of director duties. Some of these developments are temporary and designed to help man...

Directors’ legal and regulatory environments

It is important that directors understand the legal and regulatory environments in which their organisations operate and the ways in which they can be personally liable. A director does not typically ...

Board papers

Board members gain a great deal of information about the decisions they need to make through the papers they receive prior to a board meeting. Papers cover a variety of functions, from providing gener...

Executives, here's how you can start your board career

Zlatko Todorcevski, deputy chair of Adelaide Brighton, was advised to take his time moving from an executive role to join a board. He shares his tips for those looking to do the same.

AICD and COVID-19 – information for members, clients, faculty and stakeholders.

Given the ongoing situation relating to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) in Australia and across the world, this page contains information about the steps we are taking in relation to our staff, members, client...

ALRC updates key corporate crime proposals

The AICD welcomes updated proposals from the ALRC on its corporate crime review, including stepping back from far-reaching individual liability proposals.

Life Fellow Val Smith on the value of strong board relationships

Val Smith FAICDLife, former director and chair of numerous Tasmanian companies, reflects on the importance of good people, shared purpose and effective teamwork.

Advice for new directors from the ABC deputy chair

Dr Kirstin Ferguson has three pieces of advice: trust your gut, seek advice and know when to walk away.
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