NFP Governance 101: For NFP and Community Organisations

Tue 17 Sep 2019
12.30pm to 2.00pm

(Arrival time: 12.15pm)
5 This event will earn you 5 DPD units


AICD SA Training Room
Level 23 Westpac House
91 King William Street
Adelaide SA


Single Members: A$25.00 Non-members: A$35.00

Phil Butler GAICD

Phil Butler GAICD

Sector Leader, Not-for-Profit, AICD

Phil Butler is the Not For Profit Sector Leader for the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) based in Canberra.

In this role, Phil has worked closely with Boards, CEO’s and Directors of organisations in Public and Not for Profit sectors.

Since 2011, he has led the Not for Profit Project for AICD. This project is designed to support organisations in the NFP sector to achieve their respective missions through ongoing improvements in governance and to build greater awareness of the contribution of NFP directors and support their ongoing professional development. Examples of this work include the Good Governance Principles and Guidance for NFP Organisations and the annual NFP Governance and Performance Study.

Phil is a Graduate of the Company Directors Course and a member of CPA Australia. He has been on a range of boards of NFP and Government organisations and recently stepped down as a Director of Alzheimer’s Australia ACT.

Information session for the Not-for-Profit Sector.

This information session will guide directors, committee members and councillors to a better understanding of the principles of good organisation governance and how it can make a difference to what we do.

This one and a half hour briefing will give you an overview of:

  • The importance of good corporate governance and what it looks like in practice
  • Your role and responsibilities in driving good governance
  • How to run effective board meetings and ensure a healthy relationship with management
  • How governance practices can help you identify emerging issues early, and

Who should attend?

This session is ideal for current, newly appointed or aspiring chairs, directors, committee members and councillors of not-for-profit and community organisations. It will also benefit managers, key staff, volunteers and public officers who seek to improve the governance practices in their organisation.

A light working lunch will be served on arrival. Places are strictly limited at this session.

Contact details

Katherine Masters
Event Coordinator
T. 08 8236 2800