Topic: Professional development

Professional development is learning to earn or maintain professional credentials such as academic degrees to formal coursework, conferences and informal learning opportunities situated in practice.

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What the ACNC review means for directors

The findings of the recent review into the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission could change the way that charities are regulated and even impact the way directors’ duties are applied. ...

Six phases of a productive director conversation

“How do directors know their conversations are having the desired impact?” In this exclusive extract of AICD’s latest publication ‘Setting the Tone from the Top’, Melinda Muth and Bob Selden detail ho...

How mindfulness can improve your board performance

Gillian Coutts recounts how mental discipline and mindfulness have improved her board performance and capacity to fulfil her director responsibilities.

How do you assess the peformance of your CEO?

Proper process in assessing the performance of the CEO is vital – and it all starts with an effective chair.

Do you have what it takes to lead a high performance organisation?

Directors share their tips and experience on how to create and operate a high performance organisation.

What unique approach sets Aspen Medical apart from the rest?

Directors share their tips and experience on how to create and operate a high performance organisation.

Directors, further your board career with these courses

Determined to add value to a board? For directors looking to better their corporate governance skills, here are the best advanced education courses available.

8 key elements of success

What does it take to scale fast and succeed? Here are the 8 features that fast-growing companies have in common, says UTS Business School's Danielle Logue.

Are directors too busy?

Proposed guidelines may limit directors with multiple board roles.

Talent Spotters

More boards need to signal the importance of talent to the organisation and that means directors spending more time on the “people” issues.
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