Topic: Leadership

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Licence to Lead

With more than four decades in business and governance, the chair of HSBC Bank Australia and GrainCorp, Graham Bradley AM FAICD reflects on the substantial shift in the director landscape in this edit...

Towards Gender Parity: Lessons from the Past – Directions for the Future

New research by the University of Queensland Business School reveals how Australia became one of only three countries to have reached 30 per cent women on its top-listed company boards without legisl...

APRA, ACSI issue new guidance on climate risk

New policy guidance from APRA and ACSI shows boards how to better manage climate risks and opportunities as part of their governance frameworks. Directors are also warned that those who fall short on ...

Why leadership matters more than ever: balancing wellbeing, empathy, purpose and performance

Join Alan Kohler as he speaks with Steven Worrall, Managing Director of the Microsoft Australia, Dr Peter Fuda, leadership adviser, author and professor of management and John Mullen, chair of Telstra...

Collaboration: The key to unlocking innovation

Join Alan Kohler as he speaks with  Josephine Sukkar AM AAICD, founder and principal of Buildcorp, director of Washington H Soul Pattinson and chair of the Australian Sports Commission, and Deann...

When organisational wellbeing became a necessity rather than a luxury

Health and safety is the single greatest risk faced by boards. With the ultimate responsibility and resulting consequences of health and safety governance practices resting with boards, identifying, q...

Entrepreneur and chair Raymond Spencer reflects on effective board leadership

Organisations need to adapt or die in these challenging times, warns Raymond Spencer, co-founder of RSVP Ventures and chair of the Global Centre for Modern Ageing and ZEN Energy.

Aged care Royal Commission calls for greater director accountability

The failures of governance and oversight in human services have raised questions about board accountability, writes Professor Pamela Hanrahan.

Boards may be punished for greed: AICD Life Fellow Dr Allan Hawke AC

Over the many decades of his distinguished public career, Canberra Raiders chairman Dr Allan Hawke AC FAICDLife has been outspoken on a number of issues. These include the lack of women in the public ...

What does our post-pandemic future look like? Australian Governance Summit 2021 highlights

This year’s Australian Governance Summit held in Sydney was attended by 1,200 directors and staged in a hybrid format for the first time, with half the attendees taking part online. Debate was lively ...

Defence chief turned chair Jeff Sengelman on why accountability matters

Jeffrey Sengelman DSC AM CSC, former Defence commander and now chair of Harvest Technology Group, believes character is the foundation of good leadership.
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